I am paying to have a Cloudron App built, ideas?
I intend to pay to have a Cloudron app developed for us. I'm looking for a SMS/MMS/Voice service that uses Twilo as the back end. Besides having a requirement for Cloudron compatability, is there anything I should be asking for? Any tips on pricing? I have a few grand to throw at this, so I would like to do this right.
Please offer any and all tips or advice.
subven last edited by
You mean, you pay someone to develop a web application for the Twilio client + package this app for cloudron. In my opinion these are two different tasks.
You also have to keep in mind that you need someone to maintain the app and the cloudron package otherwise it will not go well for long.
From what I saw, there is the option to pay cloudrons developers to package the app for cloudron. Maybe you pay someone to develop an docker app + reach out to cloudron since they should be more efficient when it comes to packaging/integration.
Some random thoughts:
- What are your intentions / what is your goal?
- Alternatives to Twilio? Kazoo?
- What license are you using?
- Are you aiming at open source at all?
If you want to do it "right", this could be a big project that quickly burns your budget so well-formulated UATs would be good.
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christiaan last edited by
@yusf does playSMS support voice?
@yusf Play SMS looks like exactly what I'm looking for. I'll reach out to the dev.
Goal: Have an SMS app on Cloudron.
Open to alternatives, but Twilo is a pretty great platform, I'd have to be convinced.
Licensing, I'm not addressing that right now. Its too sticky of a question. Open to input.
On Open sourcing, yeah, absolutely.
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@christiaan I’ve no idea of what ”voice” means in this case. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
@yusf I meant voice communications. As in, phone calls.
@oj This guy is just a gangster of comms hahaha