@girish I'm sure if I finessed the way it installs I could get it to use mongo from cloudron but as it stands right now the docker image I'm testing in uses it's own standalone install from the ubuntu repos.
I'm really curious if this is already ready for an unstable Appstore version?
Looking at this again, I don't think there is actually a web app nor any server components. It's all just desktop and mobile apps that communicate directly with each other, so I don't think it could really be an app on Cloudron.
Saying that, "JAMS - Jami Account Management Server" (as mentioned by @stoccafisso ) does sound very much like it's a server thing! So I guess that could be a Cloudron app?
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.
Is been always the same, we previously have use OLS as moocloud app of OLS that use a custom image that include proprietary code.
That allow us to choose the license for our image.
OLS and the other software inside will maintain there license as usual.
Our license will not interfere with any cloudron customer but only with MSP or Hosting providers, if you are one of those 2 you can contact moocloud and we can have an agreement.