@fevzikorkutata I don't understand what you're saying.
That fix is in 1.17.0 so you shouldn't have run into that issue if you went straight from 1.0.3 to 1.17.0 as I recommended.
Immediately following John O'Nolan's appearance on Binpress' podcast, I went on and did an interview with them as well. Have a listen!
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9/10, would listen again. One question I was hoping to hear was what happens next for NodeBB, with master (almost version 0.5.0) being as good as it is, what do you see for version 1.0.0 and beyond etc. How much further can you go with "next gen forum platform", usually forum software releases updates to keep up with trends, or add new functionality. But at 0.5.0, it's already a functioning forum, if you know what I'm trying to say here. I know a lot of it would be keeping up to date with dependencies etc, but is there an end goal here, you guys have achieved a huge amount of your vision within 12-24 months of starting this project.
Basically, with NodeBB being the icing and cherry on top of the forum cake. (Poor analogy) Where do you build upwards from there?
Also, whatever google offers you, I'll double it, somehow, they'll ruin it.