I run a forum with a lot of high res images. This causes a couple of problems
loading times, this is managed by loading lower resolution images in the topic
storage - this has several solutions
I would however want to solve this in a slightly different way, making the experience for the user more seamless.
Currently when a user wants to zoom an image, he first needs to click the image, load the original, and then zoom.
I currently store images for the forum with netlify large media. I need to manually run scripts to move files from upload, send them to netlify, and update post links. This could all be handled by a plugin.
Netlify large media on its end provides transformation of your images to any resolution on the fly. This is fast and very convenient. No need to generate multiple versions of the images.
Example (these are all the same image):
What would I want then?
A plugin that uploads images to Netlify powered git LFS, and uses the transforms to load the right sized image for the view, and reloads a new version if the screen size changes, or the page is zoomed.
For me this would be a fantastic feature, that nodeBB, as far as I know, would be the only forum software to have.
@volanar you can see posts’ edit history and restore different edits as admin. You can even see who edited it. What’s in the plugin you are talking about is already in core, most likely why it’s outdated or something.