@julian said in I have a query regarding the GPLv3 license of NodeBB and commercializing my final product:
Eh? What's cockroachDB, can it survive a nuclear blast?
Thanks for the recomendations, we'll consider them
I think that that's the reference, yes. It's a NoSQL database that is PostgreSQL API compatible. It's open source and free. It's definitely not as fast as PostgreSQL, but it has a great web GUI and is a "drop in" for PostgreSQL but with different behaviour characteristics. So PostgreSQL will be way better for normal NodeBB deployments, but if someone wants a geographically diversified server farm, CockroachDB will do that using NoSQL mechanisms behind the scenes. it's pretty cool.
@Anvh said in NodeBB + Wiki?:
Will let you all know how Ghost will work out for us if we go with that.
If someone has some tips in how to integrate Ghost into NodeBB then that would be very welcome.
Check out @psychobunny screenshot of what nodebb and ghost looks like. Maybe that will work for you? https://github.com/psychobunny/nodebb-plugin-blog-comments
I wrote up my install for Let's Encrypt when I did it last night.
Dec 7, 2015 / IT Discussion
Setting up LetsEncrypt on a CentOS 7 NginX proxy
So I decided to take a shot at setting up Let's Encrpyt on my NginX proxy that runs on CentOS 7. I am not sure how I want to handle the hand off between the proxy and the servers behind yet. Currently all the certificates are manually setup on both after ...
My NodeBB forum is sitting behind that proxy https://obelisk.daerma.com
@a_5mith @julian @psychobunny
I had an advancement, but since the price itself was very low the advancement wasn't that much either the current work done on it would be worth more than the final amount.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not that mad about the money, since I considered this more of a "charity" project with a little payment. If I'd be building this for a large, serious party I could probably ask a whole lot more. Because I considered it to be a "charity" project I didn't bother writing up and signing any paper work.
The point of this "review" was more to let other developers be cautious when agreeing to do some paid work for him.
To conclude, yes it's something the community can benefit from. It's a rework/extension on the WebRTC plugin. It'd be possible to create (private or public) rooms (from anywhere in NodeBB) which people could join. It'd support most of the experimental WebRTC stuff like Chrome screensharing etc. It'd also be easily extendible with new WebRTC functions.
Like I said, I'm not worried about the money, it's not like I really need it. I'll just put this project on hold and work on other stuff (poll plugin ;)).