@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'
I was looking into how this works without having any server component. It seem that is uses Google Firebase/Firestone internally - https://github.com/excalidraw/excalidraw/pull/2188 . So, it won't exactly be completely selfhosted. Even though it seems everything is e2e encrypted.
Yes and no,
yes, Pterodactyl Panel can be installed in Cloudron, no Wings can't be installed in Cloudron.
The question is you should install Pterodactyl on Cloudron, aside from firewall Pterodactyl you will need a lot of dependencies, and because you can use Pterodactyl + Wings on the same server as a start you should.
If you have just 1 node you can also use the hosted free version of Pterodactyl and you will be probably fine, but if you have more than 1 node you want to dedicate all instance to Pterodactyl.
A limitation that you will have is probably the HTTPS on a custom port that cloudron doesn't support at the moment.
@jimcavoli I've installed that thing the other day and boy, this is a monster compared to my current ITIL solution. Not quite happy with some of the userflow (took me a while to figure out how to make my cloudron user an admin), but I'll play around with it some more.
The main benefits on having 1 server type + 1 image combination insted of 1 for everything is the support for easy backup, update and rollback, Webui can be simple to the end user because it have just the function that he needs.
You can offer back compatibility to Minecraft Beta with no afford, and maintain there java version updated.
Development if the automation is good, will be easy because when you push a change a server type all his version will be updated automatically and rebuild.
If you update the basic java image all the server type will be updated, and all the version will be updated too.