@Rekkeh To do that, I'd use the latest master branch on GitHub rather than the official 2.1.6 if you don't mind living dangerously. We made that possible natively for the next version. Or just use 2.1.6 for now and know you'll get upgraded soon.
Tim has given me some code that may let me have it publicly viewable what the current HEAD of the community repo is on cloud, so you know when changes have been deployed. Hope to look into that over the holidays.
@hgtonight has started sketching ou…
@R08 This can get a bit tricky depending on your server configuration. Really, you only need to backup the uploads folder and conf/config.php file.
If you're running Apache on Linux, the files are probably owned by the server user (e.g. 'apache' or…
but I don't know what it will take for you to implement
I provided a bullet point list.
that was your master version not following your own coding standards.
That's correct, we update it as we change …
@peregrine That change looks a lot more reasonable, but there are some errors.
Increment the 3rd version number, don't add a fourth.
Don't modify the plugin description.
Match our coding standard for bracing (always brace if statements) and indent…
@Bleistivt I don't really have time to dig into this right now, but I'll say that if that truly is the only rate limiting functionality, it's problematic and should be addressed as a bug in my opinion. We should never have a no-cache fallback that p…
There's rate limiting enabled regardless of caching, which blocks any brute force attempts.
The basic idea is that we do not allow more than 1 login attempt per X seconds, where X is a speed no human can achieve, but slow enough it would take a bot…
Does that role have Advanced Notifications enabled?
There was a bug where users received a 'mentioned' notification when they were supposed to receive a 'new discussion' notification if any user was mentioned in the discussion. This is fixed for th…
Probably around 2019.
Automated updates are incredibly tricky and the development effort would be enormous. We investigated this back in 2009 and backed away from it. We don't have the resources to undertake it anytime soon.
Not to mention that y…
In that case:
update GDN_Discussion set Format = 'Html';
update GDN_Comment set Format = 'Html';
The entity issue is probably an encoding problem. If it's only a few things that goofed up, it might be more time than it's worth to debug.
Results: So if I had the NBBC plugin enabled, all my old posts show up in Vanilla with all their HTML tags unprocessed.
If I turn the plugin off, it all gets formatted by the HTML tags.
Sooooo... IPB uses HTML? I ask…
Adding ?avatars=1 to the porter script URL before doing the export should dump avatars as well. I'm not too familiar with the ins and outs for IPB, but there's definitely code in there to handle it.
The porter looks like it is screwing up the forma…
2.1.5 and 2.1.6 both fail the install check (using CentOS) reporting that cache and conf are not 777 when they actually are.
I'd bet a dollar that there's no difference in the install checker from 2.1 to master.
No, it was produced in-house specially for the cloud solution over the course of several months. It's actually quite complicated; it runs on 2 scaffold plugins in addition to the theme behind the scenes, and has higher baseline requirements than the…