Disable Sponsor & Github links [Feb 19]

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche asked

Hi, anyway to disable

1. the Sponsoring message

2. Tab saying “follow us on Github, plan a demo, etc…”

3. The Github link in the navbar

Without touching to the frontend directly ? Thanks in advance

:man_bald: dstala replied

Amin Debabeche@discord I am sorry, currently we don’t have any environment variable that does that directly.

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

Do you think that disabling this in the code can ruin the total experience or break anything ?

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

Moreover, I had a question concerning “NC_PUBLIC_URL” what kind of info should I enter in this env. var, as no example is specified I am not sure.

:person_tipping_hand: o1lab replied

NC_PUBLIC_URL is your website URL or domain url

:person_tipping_hand: o1lab replied

that you map to nocodb

:person_tipping_hand: o1lab replied

it shouldnt break anything as such

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

Do you advise any deployment process for internal servers ?

:person_tipping_hand: o1lab replied

Sorry, didn’t catch the internal servers part.

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

for a owned server *

We have are own server and I would like to deploy on it and not on Heroku cloud

:raising_hand_man: wkw replied

Amin Debabeche@discord please check out these examples.

Installation - NocoDB

:raising_hand_man: ovizii replied

thanks but I can’t seem to figure out which of those env variables answers the original 3 questions, would you mind giving me a hint please?

:man_bald: dstala replied

ovizii@discord , wkw@discord response about production setup was for subsequent query about “deploy on own server”

:man_bald: dstala replied

For original query, we do not have any environment variable that disables listed 3 items.

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

ovizii@discord you have to change the frontend directly in the noco-gui, withdraw the <gth-str-…> and the component and every <…Sponsor>

:raising_hand_man: wkw replied

Just a reminder. Please note that NocoDB is under AGPL-3.0 License.

“Permissions of this strongest copyleft license are conditioned on making available complete source code of licensed works and modifications, which include larger works using a licensed work, under the same license. Copyright and license notices must be preserved. Contributors provide an express grant of patent rights. When a modified version is used to provide a service over a network, the complete source code of the modified version must be made available.”

:raising_hand_man: Amin Debabeche replied

Soon becoming a paying services ? With services available only on pro plan

:man_bald: dstala replied

Amin Debabeche@discord NocoDB is and will be committed for Open source development. Pro plan, if and when that happens would be only for enterprise category features.

:raising_hand_man: Ming.Zhang replied

GM😀 I have a question about the AGPL License. If I put NocoDB into the product as a micro-service and make it available to users over the network without modifying the source code of NocoDB, do I need to provide users with the complete source code of the product🧐

:man_bald: dstala replied

Ming.Zhang@discord, details are discussed here in stack exchange OS community

licensing - How does AGPL affect Microservices? - Open Source Stack Exchange