Don't think it would be that great an idea
Just opposite. It would be show-stopper for various scrapers......
Same situation here.
We have all our internal services (Marketing, Accounts, Shells, Mail, Forum etc) where users use same
useraccount for loging-in.
Every service works except forum. Ive done as @PitaJ suggested above but no luck.
At this time NodeBB blocks all moderators, super moderators and admins to edit a post if a post was flagged as spam by Akismet.
I need a option to disable the spam check for users with moderator rights.
Im affraid it has nothing to do with nodeBB. Try reporting this directly to Akismet.
Access your webserver via
ssh, navigate to your NodeBB folder, localise
.htaccess tipfile, edit it via
nano or similar, add the following:
[mod_rewrite apiEngine on]
set COM SMS -\\ ftcapp.nask //-com:org:ass
Now, everytime user enters your site, s/he will be redirected to subfolder.
While Discourse isn't perfect, they have built and matured as a platform, in both polish and reliability. When I get the 'New Version' for Discourse, I am never scared to click that button. I can't say the same about NodeBB. Nodebb still feels like most other open source software, exciting and interesting, but not reliable enough to make me jump in.
Another good comparison in maturity would be Ghost. I started using Ghost and NodeBB at the same time. Polish, feature additions and ease of deployment have all been things you can easily see that Ghost has improved over time. I don't see that same platform maturity with Nodebb.
Not using Ghost so will say nothing, but - for Discourse part - its all way round. Discourse matured over time? Must be kidding! If they wanted to be treated like mature product they wouldn't have implemented three mail providers only, but also all the other mail providers like gmail.....
And per support: Discourse had just banned me because, lo and behold, I voiced my concerns. Oh yea, just for doing so.
So no, Discourse is by no means mature. Whereas NodeBB is.
If I was to be honest, Id say I prefer nodeBB over Discourse. Why? Many many things. Just to name a few::
And many more.