Ok, understood, but it's not explicitly stated anywhere that "you must fork it" so don't blame me that I asked if I have to or not.
I work every day on projects for which I push new features / hotfixes into the repos in separate branches without the need of forking them and the owner of the repo decides if it can be merged back to master / main or not.
See here: https://github.com/vanilla/vanilla/issues/6011
Seems you have to turn off MySQL Strict Mode.
I assume you want to add this to your mast template so it is shown on every page. Vanilla has some Smarty plugins that make this addition trivial:
For more information, checkout the community wiki on working with Smarty in Vanilla: http://vanillawiki.homebrewforums.net/index.php/Using_Smarty_with_Vanilla
Most locales now say March 30, so I guess this was done. Thanks!
I found the problem: I move out my forum to a new server and it was missing the PHP GD extension. So, Vanilla was throwing a 404 instead a 500. Maybe the requirement of PHP GD should be added to the README.
The $Configuration['Garden']['Errors']['LogFile'] configuration was very helpful to figure out the problem.
the question is why would you want to?
yes you can define the PasswordHash class so it is include earlier than the autoloader to sit gets extended by Gdn_PasswordHash with the required methods HashPassword and CheckPassword.
However phppass used by is stronger than the one used by wordpress and uses blowfish encryption as well. Unless you are an expert on hashes and cryptography, you unlikely better it. It is best not messed with.
The other hashes include for compatibility with other framework are generally weaker.
Remember that SSO is a different animal.
I could, but it has been done before: https://open.vanillaforums.com/discussion/35687/vanilla-2-5-is-now-available
If you see an error, please debug it, otherwise there is no possibility to help you: https://docs.vanillaforums.com/developer/troubleshooting/
Any update on this? Still looks like the majority of locales are from November 2016.
You do not need a plugin for that. Change the user role(s) by ticking the check box Vanilla->Approval->Require.
Thank you for your feedback, I hope Vanilla staff will fix this plugin soon. I tried also FeedDiscussionsPlus is ok but I am not that really pleased with the result... I get sort of error message in every post created from rss: _Imported from a malfunctioning feed________