More-privacy: hide parts of user profiles


(Joe Seyfried) #1

Continuing the discussion from Restrict public viewing of user profile:

I have just released the very first version of a plugin that tries to accomplish what users from my community want: make the user profiles look like this:

public
when viewed from the anonymous account, and like this:

authenticated
after logging in. Settings are currently limited to this:

Note that currently, user cards are not yet altered (which is clearly missing because otherwise, this plugin is a bit pointless. I will add this ASAP). I am also looking for a better approach for the user.hbs copy I have to maintain within that plugin - any pointers are welcome. I found @neil’s remark here, but the link for the example is broken.

Here’s the plugin on GitHub:


Hide login status
(Joe Seyfried) #2

Release 0.0.2 now also supports user cards and thereby completes the basic functionality.

https://github.com/JSey/more-privacy/commit/6dfed73164f88329cf57f815a4dbfa978c301808


#3

This plugin is broken. After installing this on my site the user page cannot be displayed anymore, it just keep loading. Please fix this…thx


(Sam Saffron) #4

OK, moved to broken plugins for now.


(Joe Seyfried) #5

Anybody has a repro here? @sam? I have this on the latest beta working just fine - you have to disable the setting “hide user profiles from public” provided by discourse, however… But this will not create a loading loop?


(Sam Saffron) #6

Moved it out of broken plugins for now then


(Richard - DiscourseHosting.com) #7

This plugin overrides user.hbs with one that is over 2 years old. That doesn’t sound like a good idea…


(Joshua Rosenfeld) #8

I would agree with you this is likely not ideal. Let’s see if @JSey has any plans to update the plugin, if not will move the topic.