@girish Not a specific app entry but more of an additional resource: https://opensource.builders/ has been gaining some popularity and is doing a lot of leg work in terms of constantly adding popular and up and coming open source 'alternatives'
@girish I'm not sure. It is intended to support image and other media uploads, so perhaps they're looking at long term consumption with such media. There is an open issue about it, and user diamkil seems to be pursuing the bundled-minio image strategy. The reddit thread mentions local storage throughout.
The current storage provider implementation seems to serve files by providing the client an s3-style signed url. Perhaps a new provider could be written that provides a file url that just points to the server itself, I guess requests would be authenticated by the usual domain cookies.
I'm working on this but my biggest frustration thus far has been the way they seem to touch every damn part of the filesystem and there appears to be no easy way to configure everything to work out of /app/data or /app/code.
I suppose this would be deployable on a free license, maybe I should try my hand at Cloudron packaging. Not sure that I can support it long-term personally though. Hopefully I can develop with a free license server deployment.
My package includes a ton of extra packages to cover the most popular programming and scripting choices. (Some are actually already in the Cloudron base image, which I use.)
PHP7.4 (PHP8.0 will be included soon!)
DotNet Core (C#, VB.NET, etc) (.NET Full will be included soon as well since full supports Linux now I believe)
NodeJS (Updated to latest)
I am probably missing a couple but I wanted to make sure a lot of the popular stuff was covered here.