@murgero I am going through your review while writing this.
Cloudron does it’s
Shouldn't it be:
Cloudron does its
(ps: I am no native englisch speaker, so excuse me if it might be wrong)
It has access to LDAP as well so you can integrate into Cloudron’s Login system.
This is the first time in your review mentioning the Cloudron Login system / LDAP.
I think it would be good to mention this as a standalone feature like Backup or the DNS feature which you did before in a standalone section / paragraph.
Since the LDAP functionality plays a big part. Having the same login for almost every app is just fantastic.
Also the possibility to hook Cloudron into an existing LDAP is just another big bonus.
Besides that I think your article is a good introduction to Cloudron.
Cloudron has many more features which could be highlighted and shows but for a small article this would be too much!
This would end up in a tutorial style.
@brutalbirdie Thank you for your input! I wrote this pretty early in the morning so I am sure there are some grammatical errors. Your first point is correct, there should not be an
I shall consider making the changes and add LDAP as it's own paragraph!
Relatedly, for the benefit of the team here, I'm a ghostwriter for some of the content at HostingAdvice.com. I've nominated Cloudron as a potential future feature article, and the staff there added y'all to the list of companies to research for future interviews. (And if they conduct one, I'll end up doing the write-up.) HA gets pretty decent traffic from a CIO perspective, so here's hoping that Cloudron comes up on the list sometime soon.