@humptydumpty Mostly agreed. The changes suggested are just renaming what's already there.
"Help Offered or Wanted" I think should be a top-level section. I think it was, so not sure why that changed. I also think "Worked Offered or Wanted" would be more appropriate, as that was the hoped intention of that section. I know Girish said he doesn't want it to become a jobs board - but I kinda see that as inevitable as there's so many skills needed online nowadays that we can't all know or do everything but often can network those skills and needs on our travels.
I think it you're looking at self-hosting apps, whether for home or business, you're already very technically competent, so I can't see it ever being SaaS level easy, but maybe as time goes by it will, and certainly a good community of contributors is essential to that.
It's hard to know usage and user-needs without the passage of time and watching what happens, so I'm sure that's being studied and learned from as we go. I can only suggest as it's not my product, but then the best products are usually ones that customers feel an affinity close to ownership.
Growth is always a blessing and a challenge, so just hoping my suggestions can make it more scaleable without getting unhealthy for time-needs, and please most of the people most of the time.
Hey guys, still alive over here. 😂 Busier than usual this time of year, but happy to help out if you guys need anything. I don't have time to read the whole thread but if anyone has any questions or needs the latest OpenVPN Client (Beta), let me know and I'll package something up for somebody with instructions for the hot fix using the semi-official hot fix tool.
I haven't posted in here in awhile because I need to update my hot fix for 6.0 and until I do that, it has to run on v5.6.3 so I've just been waiting to find time to update the hot fix. Though ideally @girish and I will make have a solid game plan as to how he wants the VPN Client integrated in Cloudron whether as an app itself or an app setting a file chooser to pick a .ovpn file to "connect" an app to (admittedly I think this gives users the most conveyance of the feature - it's up to @girish and @nebulon on that decision, but I'll go in either direction they want).
We love NodeBB 🙂 The only real issue I have with this forum is managing spam accounts. This is despite reluctantly enable captcha. Would be great if there is some auto delete account feature if a user has never posted anything or behaves like a bot. I should probably report this to @julian in their forum. https://forum.cloudron.io/users is quite a mess because we have real humans signing up and just creating crap content non-stop.
Right, I think we assumed that per instance pricing is the norm for selfhosted products. For example, any selfhosted product (atlassian products like jira, confluence), plesk, cpanel, sendy, mattermost, gitlab etc are all per server afaik (and might have discounts for multiple instances).
@jodumont I cloned your repo, and spliced in some bits from the linuxserver Dockerfile with the net result that I could get Sonarr v3 (the beta version) to run on my cloudron. My code is here, if you want to review or play with.
@jodumont yes. Samba is the only protocol on your list that is really made to be mounted locally. Personally I would try to avoid having to rely on php for access to remote filesystems (regardless of the protocol).