@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'
@jimcavoli appreciate the response & absolutely agree on both major points (the debate & holding off on this one) regardless really enjoying where the ecosystem is going.
@marcusquinn Yeah that's an interesting approach, kinda like the dedicate cloudron for the build service..?
Very much so agree with your critique of mist.io and its potential value/use case
Also "For me, Cloudron is the classic example of built on the shoulders of giants, and making the access to those giants so quick and easy is where the greatest value lays." +1
@atrilahiji I hadn't considered the option to just install Surfer and a bunch of these apps manually coming from the App packaging perspective.
@marcusquinn It might be neat to get a list of all installed apps in Cloudron and populate them in Roam then link them to all their descriptions and various tags for speedy browsing and learning about them. Might be perfect as a New User Welcome Guide that everyone can contribute to as they learn from their path through the Cloudron experience.
@jdaviescoates Sure, nice to have options but I just need something quick & easy. Can't remember what I didn't like so much, maybe it just seemed a bit rough and dated but I'll give it another look if it gets launched here.