On that, I don't have the data or experience to talk.
But 100% sure you can't use wasabi latency, I think smb or better NFS should be a better option, but I'm not an expert.
and Using so much ram for it, im not big fun about it, but I would have to try it before to have a real feedback
@ekevu123 I hear you... it's working now, so let's get on with work! I'd personally be still very concerned to figure out what happened. You wrote, Cloudron blocks the server running the license immediately including all 8 applications for our company when all code points to that NOT being the cause of not accessing the server apps. "Something caused our sites to be unaccessible" is basically what happened, and you still don't know what that something was.
As for my last struck-out line, I was just thinking out loud, not trying to level accusations. I've read many support requests that end up being something wrong on the server, not Cloudron, so insisting it had to be Cloudron seems odd.
Speaking as a middle-of-the-road hobbyist, I've managed to figure out most Apache or NGINX problems, related to certs or virtual hosts, but caddy.... the one time I tried it out, because it was touted as a simple, easy to use, web host solution, man, I could not get more than one domain working. The tuts at the time (2 years ago thereabouts), and which ever forum I asked on, we just couldn't get that thing to work. I haven't bothered since, since the two alternatives really do just work.
Except it is not about privacy, but checking a checkbox for compliance rules of Fortune 500 companies.
To be honest it would have been nice if Google actually made some innovation here, since both PGP and S/MIME are conceptually broken, but sadly they only added native S/MIME capabilities to the Gmail ui and management tooling.
AFAIK (as far as I know):
Chatwoot scans the IMAP Postbox for mails and adds them into Chatwoot.
If you want to have the conversation completely deleted you have to delete the mail in the postbox as well.
I am wondering what music app would best fit this use case.
Multiple people across great distances (think across the entire USA)
All have access to the same music library, but each have their own play counts, ratings, and playlists
Users can add to the playlist with their own content
Users will want to use CarPlay/Android auto
Users will want local offline access to content
I think Navidrome covers most if not all of that.
Not sure what CarPlay/Android auto is so no idea about that one.
Offline access to content - if you just mean the ability to download from Navidrome to store locally, yep it does that, and pretty sure it does all the other things.
I use Hetzner Cloud VPS for my Cloudron server and I love it. I also love that they are 100% powered by renewable energy.
Just for completeness (because someone just upvoted that post above) I should probably add that I'm now using Netcup for my primary Cloudron, mostly just because you get WAY more disk space (I had already upgraded my Hetzner Cloud VPS to the largest offer so the next step with Hetzner would've been a decidated server - probably end up there eventually - whereas I actually saved money and got more power and WAY more disk space by moving to Netcup (although the UX is terrible in comparison)
Many of the docs/tools like file manager, terminal etc rely on the base image. For example, tar/zip availability. Ultimately, the images are optimized for developer and support time and not disk size. If there is a problem in an app, you want your tools there to be able to debug quickly. The base image is shared across all apps and services (databases), so it's a one time cost. I remember the last time I used an alpine image, it didn't even have ping to debug.
As for the license itself, the platform code is not opensource or free software if that is what you are wondering. We contribute to opensource in other ways both financially and with development - https://www.cloudron.io/opensource.html . The license text is an adaptation of various other licenses like GitLab EE, Sourcegraph EE license etc.
I would like Cloudron to be released under a Free Licence. I am sure I am not alone in this.
I feel uneasy about it being non-Free. It feels like the rug could be pulled out from underneath at any moment. It is not that I think that Cloudron might "turn evil", but that pressure could be brought to bear on the maintainers, and in that way infrastructure built on Cloudron could be cancelled.
Is there any hope that Cloudron might be re-releaed under a Free licence?
I use vaultwarden for business related secrets or where customer data come into play. For my private stuff I still use Chrome sync but also want to switch to vaultwarden.
What came to my mind: By January, a lot of people will (hopefully) switch from Chromium sourced browsers to Firefox because of the manifest v3 implementation. Because I don't want to trust Mozilla nor Google, I tinker with the thought to host my own FFsync (Firefox Sync) server to be more independend with my "cloud" hosted data. Had to think about the risks because hosting something like vaultwarden might be safe but I was unsure if FFsync gets the same care.
Depends on your use case / what apps you want to provide for your users. For best practice, I avoid the "Visible to all users on this Cloudron" option and remove all assigned groups from a user before deactivating the account.
In case of Nextcloud for example, Cloudron groups can be used within the app to give permissions to shares and features. Certain apps can also be configured to give every user that is able to log in a certain amount of permissions (like Nextcloud Auto Groups or specific role managment in Bookstack).
I have a "base" group (like <orgname>) giving normal access to apps like Matrix/Element, Nextcloud and Bockstack. Below that I have a group "<orgname>-internal" that give access to more specific apps like Freescout or Kimai. To go even further you can do <orgname>-<department> but for most apps you have to specify user permissions in addition. However it is useful to limit app access by Cloudron groups so users don't end up in a spot where they don't have permissions or no role to fulfill.
@robi Just use https://postmaster.google.com/. register the mailserver domain there and I raised a support ticket with google. (do not ask me where I found the form form to do this. I googled for the error code and found it by accident :D)