@fbartels I get most of the reasons and I'm using it the same way you suggested, but I once crashed one of my Cloudrons because I installed a wrong docker-compose thing to launch the runners, which either updated or removed Docker, thus killing Cloudron. It was a quick fix to reinstall Docker, but would be nice to have the runners as an app so people don't have to tinker and install things outside the Cloudron ecosystem.
Would be also easier to migrate and such, or launch/start additional runners on different Cloudrons with one click if more are needed without sshing into each box.
I tested Documize Community (at the time I think that was all Documize did) several years ago for a project to replace Confluence at our company. I was really impressed. The labels, spaces, and categories model for managing data is a powerful way to make knowledge management more straightforward, but it was almost alone in the market in having the power to use that model to manage access to data for users across an organization. We had migrated cloud solutions at least three times because the access controls were always so limited and Documize access controls did exactly what we'd been trying to do.
I have used Zulip. It has integrated support for video conferencing using Jitsi. I liked it. The developers seemed like good people too. At the time, a few years ago, it seemed like RocketChat was on a more proprietary trajectory than Zulip.
@timconsidine I was investigating this when trying to update mailtrain to v2, but decided to try this out pretty quick. It works very well, the mail template editor is quite modern we well. Only missing some proper authentication.
@nj slightly off-topic but any suggestions of a tutorial for implementing Authentik ?
The documentation is totally clear but lacking in 'how to'.
The only I found (https://xpufx.com/posts/protecting-your-first-app-with-authentik/) was helpful as regards authentik but basically said it's all down to network config and provided little guidance as to what network config.