@joe-morris Yes, for simplicity, the guide does not cover setting up a dedicated user for MongoDB.
Those specific instructions can be found in our more technical installation instructions here: https://docs.nodebb.org/installing/os/ubuntu/
It's been about four months now since the fourth minor version of NodeBB, and as usual the latest release comes with a myriad of cool features, fixes, and performance improvements.
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As an eCommerce Developer, there's something strange about KindWave. It's an interesting idea. I just don't think it works in the current way it's formatted. Maybe I'm just too used to Magento.
I think it looks a bit like Canada's very own RedFlagDeals, whose front-end is also driven by their forum, albeit with heavy customisations.
Despite the translation errors, I'm really happy to see these options in the user cp:
@luke I always forget to push new assets to Transifex
Finally read it nice post. Fantastic job from you guys and I'm already looking forward for 0.5.1
Testing on ios8, seems to work ok, except the discard and submit buttons + kitchen sink are slightly obscured when typing. Scrolling down solves that a bit and image uploading stops at 1%.
Will upload the image and edit thy post.
Awesome! Now...any badges of a different sort on their way? :squirrel: :squirrel:
Congrats Team !!!!!!
A+ stuff happy for you guys the forums look fantastic!
Check out http://www.coinboards.org it has been around for over a year already but we just switched over to NodeBB and we are needing members! We are one of the top searches for Bitcoin Forums on Google. CoinBoards.org is an Altcoin and Bitcoin Discussion Forum.
You're page 3. If you search for something enough on Google it artificially raises that result on your PC. As its a site you check regularly. Hope it picks up. I'm not into crypto currency, I almost bought £200 worth when Bitcoin was first announced. I Didn't. I regret that decision.
Hope this is appropriate category. I pull nodebb from git clone -b v0.5.x https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB.git nodebb - After examining remote branches I see there is a branch named 0.5.1. My question is 0.5.x a "stable" release or am I pulling a top of tree development branch? I want to be on a stable branch.
0.5.0 is stable.
Master and 0.5.1 are not completely stable.
So when we pull 0.5.x we get 0.5.1 ?
@meetdilip no, when you pull 0.5.x, you get the stable version.
0.5.1 is a seperate branch and isn't stable.
As of right now, the 0.5.1 branch no longer exists. It and the more recent changes have been merged into the