@baris I'm really trying to stick to actual releases (looking at github it doesn't look like 1.17.1 has been officially blessed yet). However, staying on v1.17.0 and bumping the socket.io and socket.io-client versions seems to have done the trick!
How do you recommend this be done? If you want a changelog, you can look at the milestone on GitHub.
But milestones only cover issues. There iare of course lot of changes and addition that arent referenced on issues.
There were some helpful topics of breaking changes on the past with a little explanation.
I guess a topic with centralized information would be nice for 1.2 1.3 1.4 at least updates ( including new or uptades hooks explained + breaking changes on plugins explained + breaking changes on themes explained + a simple explanation of new features)
It doesnt need to be all changes just important things
Please remember that not every body know to code but with some little explanations and documentation some of us can keep runnin and doing small fixes and learning and improving nodebb
@azeus It was added after the latest stable version (v1.0.3). It looks like it will be officially released in version 1.1.0. If you don't want to wait, you can upgrade to the latest version on the master branch. See instructions and warnings here.
Thank you. I'm running on 1.0.3 and some users just asked about this feature... 🙂