@cagatay yes, that will be fine. Just watch for potential caching conflicts as you will have two sites writing to the one instance of iframely.
Discourse can turn posts into wiki posts. Can nodeBB?
I’m looking for something similar to this:
@qwinter Yep - see
Not tried it myself though - although I think I should given the nature of Sudonix
EDIT: Installed, and looks like it needs some refactor for it to work (despite claiming to work, and is supported).
EDIT2 - this plugin seems to not actually do that much in fairness - see
The response from NodeBB themselves is to create a category, and allow users to edit posts in that. I’m not sure that this entirely how a Wiki is supposed to work though
@phenomlab Amazing, thank you for actually trying the plugin!
One the nodebb forum solution: letting people edit pots on one category is fine, but then only the author can edit the post he made, that is, no collaboration possible right?
EDIT: ah, no, I get it, the privs are such that anyone can edit any post. Well. that’s something. I wonder if the edit history (versions) keep who edited what. This is not a bad solution I think.
@qwinter it’s workable I think, but not perfect - then again, unless you write a specific plugin to perform such a task, what is. As you pointed out, you have versioning of sorts with the historical access to reach post.