@spicewiesel I have the same problem with https on uberspace, too. Did you found a solution for this issue? Here is my thread on this 😉 https://community.nodebb.org/topic/10719/websocket-connection-problems-via-ssl-on-special-port
Group Chat Changes
Definitely, there's no reason you cannot use your own chat app in place of NodeBB's
The main blocker here is that we don't fire the necessary client-side hooks when a user opens a chat (namely,
app.openChat()). If we added a client-side hook there, then you could intercept it and open a new chat using whatever service you desire
There's just been no interest in that so far
Yes, I know... it was this message that led me to this particular thread.
TypeError: Cannot read property 'messageId' of undefined
Unfortunately the the call-stack doesn't contain more info.. Well let's hope it stabilises itself.
Your posts led me to the same topic as well, I noticed the restarts in my log this morning - v0.9.3.
@Ted was happening for me too, looks like it might have been fixed here
@faddat That sounds like an awesome idea!
@yariplus Thanks for confirming that. I'll look at making the change manually later and test on my end. Though more than anything I'm just waiting on 1.0. Started from v0.5, and there've been some major overhauls along the way. Group chats have been a widely requested feature along the way, so I'll be happy to see it come to fruition.
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How does one look at client-side code for nodebb?
Thanks a lot
@faddat Right now the only way is to search the code in
public/srcfor the string
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As for Room Names, are they private by default? Can be set to public so users can join from a public room list?
@CarlosRodriguez No, all chats are private.
But one can join knowing the room name or must be added by the room owner?
@CarlosRodriguez they have to be added to the chat room to join
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I think that the chat in NodeBB should integrate with either IRC or Matrix Chat. I know that Raocket.Chat, a meteor-based chat application has support for Matrix Chat (ether upcoming, or.... something. Here is a link to the relevant repo: https://github.com/RocketChat/Rocket.Chat.Federation
Integration with rocket.chat is an ideal option for a forum chat. They have the same stack of technologies, MIT License and rocket.chat features are much larger than the native chat. Why waste resources to improve the native chat, if there is a free rocket.chat? For example, how it is done in https://www.phpfox.com/chatplus/No one will guess that rocket.chat is used here.