My main need is to be able to get a category sync from discourse with the Vote counts which is currently not an option as you can see in image below.
I was talking with Discourse folks and they gave me info about the voting plugin with they made some changes to in 2020. Hopefully it will be helpful in making this possible for categories where voting is enabled.
For starters, the code for the plugin that handles topic voting on your site is publicly available at
GitHub - discourse/discourse-topic-voting: Adds the ability for voting on a topic within a specified category in Discourse.
Sifting through the commits, I see that in August 2020 we switched from using the
topic_custom_fields table to a dedicated table in the database –
discourse_voting_topic_vote_count. You can find the schema information here:
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# frozen_string_literal: true
class TopicVoteCount < ActiveRecord::Base
self.table_name = "discourse_voting_topic_vote_count"
# == Schema Information
# Table name: discourse_voting_topic_vote_count
# id :bigint not null, primary key
# topic_id :integer
# votes_count :integer
# created_at :datetime not null
# updated_at :datetime not null
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