Would using Bitnami packages help open up more apps for Cloudron faster?
marcusquinn last edited by girish
Nothing I like more than saving time and effort!
With that in mind, I was wondering if you could leverage the collection of Bitnami packages already dockerised, tested and managed?
Just thinking that they are already curated and managed, and there's some overlap and duplication of effort.
Cloudron for me is still the preferred overall manager because of the great way you glue everything together with LDAP, email, backups, resource and user management etc.
Just looking at the wide array of Apps on Bitnami, it would be quite a for all that Cloudron could offer if all of those were then available in the Cloudron App Store if there's a way to utilise that collection in a harmonised way?
@marcusquinn I don't have much experience with the stacks. AFAIK, many of the apps are just updated with a bot and there is no real tests (or testing) from the repos that are published. I am happy to be proven wrong though.
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@girish Sure, you guys are the experts, it was just the juicy list of Docker apps that I was thinking might help. Reviews for reference do come with a fair few cautions:
Another one I've passed a few times on my travels is Dokku, again, you guys are the experts, just thinking out loud on anything that might open up more apps but keep your valuable time for the overall platform refinement and curation.
I might be barking up the wrong tree and the apps I need will have to be a combo of patience and sponsoring - but hey, it's just discussion right?