I like NodeBB's source, though it would be nice to have real documentation for it 😉 Maybe even something like consistent JSDoc comments?
Thank you for the kind words, by the way. I'll keep updating this post from time to time 😊
We just started using NodeBB for our community https://www.mbatious.com/
NodeBB is rocking with an amazing user experience.
@aneeeshp , nice to see a website for MBA preps.
@aneeeshp Amazing! I love it when people embrace the Comic Sans-lord
the widora community : http://sns.widora.io
Probably one of the more customized NodeBB forums around: https://forum.superiorservers.co/
@aStonedPenguin looks really good that!
Can i ask, is your menu/header bar from a plugin or is it code?
@MBFTOM It's just put directly into the theme.
http://juicylandgaming.com/ is one of what i'd imagine to be one of the more customized Node sites.
@JaredBusch Oh shit, I think I accidently removed it on that vhost. Thanks!
Just started a new forum using NodeBB after having used several other forum software packages and I am loving how modern NobeBB is. If you are a college football (American football) then come check out my site. Power 5. It's nothing special at the moment but I am constantly working on it. So let me know what you think.
Also https://lowpi.com is using nodebb for the forum section and its rocks.
uppingthegame.com is another one. Its a community site for gamers and computer enthusiasts site (by the looks of things)
Us A French Photography Club based in Paris > https://regards.photo
I'm running NodeBB for my motorcycling forum at https://www.sportbikes.ws
What's fun about this installation is that I'm using AWS with an Elastic Load Balancer in front of an Auto-Scaling group. NodeBB source is sitting on a common NFS mount using Elastic File System. The t2.micro instances bootstrap themselves and mount this NFS share, then fire up NodeBB and register themselves behind the load balancer. They connect to an ElastiCache redis cluster. I'm also using AWS Kinesis to land events from nginx and syslog from each host into ElasticSearch (by way of an AWS Lambda which beats up the log data a bit) to visualize with Kibana.
Admin Dashboards by way of AWS's implementation of Kibana in their ElasticSearch: (Pardon the nginx error count - I just went through an upgrade to 1.5.1 and it got a bunch of Bad Gateway errors in the logs ... which showed up on the dashboard)
@murphomatic Could you make a tutorial on how to setup that kind of stack?