Hi - I'm a little late to the plate here - sorry 🙂
Would it be possible to provide hCaptcha for this instead of reCaptcha ?
aka "the One Plugin"
In the interest of making available plugins easier to find and install, I made a plugin that will do just that!
*Some console typing required
npm install nodebb-plugin-finder
(maybe even for the last time!)
v. up to 0.0.4: works with nodebb v. 0.3.x
0.0.5: Compatibility with NodeBB v. 0.4.1
UPDATE: this plugin is now deprecated, as the functionality has been implemented in the core product. It will still be available on github and npm for functionality up to (but not including) NodeBB v. 0.4.3
You win, bro!
Aahhahaa, awesome! And we wanted to build this in core...
Yep. Really great. Maybe themes could be included as well?
I believe you can use
npm outdated to find which plugins are outdated...
hahaha awesome. Maybe this should just be bundled along with core (or maybe even just part of the core). Looks like you won next week's contest already (plus you'll have 7 whole days worth of upvoting...)
I would be honored if this became part of core. Of course it's a little rough, and some of the remnants of construction are still there, so this is not completely done yet but the basic functionality is there! Hat's off to @Mr_Waffle for writing that sockets guide too, that helped things along for me nicely.
@tedr56 that's on the todo list, it shouldn't be too hard to add that
This has been updated to version 0.0.2 to address the duplicates issue
@bdharrington7 my life is complete
I updated this once more, I was getting an error when trying to update, but there was a bug in my package.json file, so to update, you might have to uninstall and then reinstall, current version is 0.0.3
Update to 0.0.4, added option to specify auto-update, and made the interface a little more user-friendly
Think this has been broken since the jump to 0.4.0, plugin page 404s.
@julian I think I could live with that. Sounds good!
I'm pretty sure you can do
require('npm') and then execute things like installs and uninstalls, which may be way nicer than shelling out to the
Yup. I think it's not directly supported like the cli tools are, however, though they do use the same underlying codebase, probably.
It's bad form to hijack a thread for an unrelated issue. What you want to do is, start another discussion in this category. State in as much detail as you can what the problem is and one or more people should be able to help you get NodeBB running properly. Remember to state what OS you are running and what Web server and the version of the Web server, too.