No worries but before I start diving into the coding I have to make sure that someone has successfully upgraded the "0.6.0" to a 0.7.x tree.
Also I feel like this part of wiki is written in Weirdish rathar than simple English:
NodeBB’s upgrade path is designed so that upgrading between versions is straightforward. NodeBB will provide upgrade compatibility (via the --upgrade flag) between the latest version of a lower branch and the latest version of the higher branch. For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects. Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported, and NodeBB will warn you when attempting to upgrade that you are not upgrading cleanly.
So according to that, "Upgrading from v0.2.0 to v0.3.x is not supported" and it means "You can't upgrade your v.0.6.0 to v0.7.x".
if yes, why the upgrade was 100% fine except updating the database schema, and if no, what's the point of "For example, if v0.2.2 is the latest version in the v0.2.x branch, you can switch to the v0.3.x branch and suffer no ill effects." ?
Now I'm just stuck in v0.6.0 and can't really do anything with my current installation.