I added a download CSV button to the user admin panel, thanks to @bentael
@Tanner requested this plugin this morning and I thought why not
Basically this plugin allows you to create alliance and corporation whitelists. Upon registration users have to enter their EVE Online keyID, vCode and select their character from a dropdown. When they are registered their profile will contain a couple extra fields like
eve_ticker. These can be used in custom themes.
(I have no idea what I'm really talking about since I have never played EVE Online)
npm install nodebb-plugin-eve
Absolutely amazing. Kudos to you, @Schamper. Epic and +1 internets to you, good sir. A lot of people will get some good use out of this.
Updated to 0.0.3.
Wow, this is a pretty cool plugin. Wonder if there's an API like that for world of warcraft
@psychobunny also for hearthstone and heroes of storm, someone take that job !
Updated to 0.0.3.
- Add more attributes e.g. user image
- Make info available to topic API (
- Upgrade mechanism (Going to use this for other plugins too ;))
I can't seem to get the user image part to work, any suggestions?
@Schamper ? @Tanner says for me to tell you to block out the EVE API user token like we do with our passwords in
Aye, need to add a hook for this to make it possible. Looking forward to 5.1, in that case. Until then, I guess we're SOL.
Baris for president! 4 more years!
But in all seriousness, this actually makes the plugin viable. Can't have EVE API's public, even to other users. We're a paranoid bunch, you know
is the only thing standing between us and a fully functioning plugin.
@xCausxn Are you the N3 guy I've been hearing about?
@tanner What N3 guy might that be
@xCausxn Just been hearing things is all
Through the grapevine?
In case there's someone out there who didn't get the reference.
Just published 0.0.4 to npm. It does some things I don't remember because I did it a month ago, but it also hides the API information from the user data
Nice, that's pretty needed for this plugin so thanks, @Schamper!
Now all that we need to do is to have NodeBB allow remote images so that we can use the EVE API to replace Gravatar as the default user imaging source.
After that, it will be definitely ready to use!