I have just published the initial version of the piwigo app package. Due to the lacking or broken upstream LDAP integration, I went ahead and just published it without LDAP for the moment. We will add this later once we have time to take a deeper look into this.
2.5 weeks ago I installed Superset on my MacPro from github using Docker.
There is also a linux and Windows install.
However, this cannot be installed on a Mac running the M1, M2 etc chips yet. I have the last version of Mac running the Intel chip before the crossover to M1 architecture.
Now I've built a dashboard featuring charts that pull data from an online mysql server at a German Apache or nginx for php/mysql common web projects.
But to take my dashboard project online I'd need my linode.com server containers account.
I wish Cloudron offered a Superset install based on the current Docker container for Superset install.
This would configure my linode.com dedicated container/volume for superset with everything else needed to run superset.
@plusone-nick It is a serious project. The name does do the project any favours in these early stages, a portmanteau between plebeian and reddit.
If you are interested in this kind of project but would like to look at something else, please take a look at Galacteek, which has been requested for Cloudron. Galacteek is based on IPFS. (https://ipfs.io )
How lovely to have the privacy to translate pages without using a Big Data company!
Censorship has also been circumvented by sharing links to a translated version of a website instead of linking directly.
To greatly leverage the utility of online translation, TTS (text-to-speech) generation, and even speech-to-text generation, is helpful. OCR (Optical Character Recognition) can help too, if text is embedded into an image.
There is a recent summary of self-hosted TTS tools here:
@jtippetts MB, I should have been clearer. You should have asked this question in the thread I referenced above instead creating a new one. You'll grab more attention by replying to the main post since it'll ping all the participants that were involved in the packaging. Also, there's a sticky about searching before posting 🙂
Feel free to do a proper packaging.
Mine was a bit of a hack for my own purposes.
Would be great to see a proper version in the App Store.
It's so just darned useful.
I get morning reports from a variety of servers and machines. and also enquiries to things like Hetzner Storage Box, Scaleway and Wasabi so I can monitor status in 5 mins over a coffee.
Played around with this in a VM and this would be absolutely perfect in cloudron just to be able to spin up various DBs and have a more dev friendly web app deployment system. Currently the method I found works for a Nuxt.js app is to build the app right into the same repo as the cloudron app, or two different repos.
My use case for more dev friendly apps is 1) only 1 server with cloudron running bare metal, 2) I have 1 IP address and 3) I want to avoid a VPS