I have this packaged. Use that term loosly it was for a client I was working with. It is a rehash of the LAMP app but with some changes to the dockerfile to somewhat automate it. I anyone want to test for themselves let me know. It is very basic but it works for me. It has been running "stable" with my client for about 6 months or so now and I just pulled it into a git repo ready for sharing.
"I, Librarian is an online service that will organize your collection of PDF papers and office documents. It provides a lot of extra features for students and research groups both in industry and academia. It is a reference manager, PDF manager and organizer focused on private group collaboration."
@ultraviolet I would LOVE this. Would've added myself if I'd remembered about it.
I tried to manually install myself years ago but didn't know what I was doing so didn't get very far!
@ultraviolet looks nice! Does this have LDAP? It seems there is some support for it - https://github.com/mkucej/i-librarian-free/pull/38
@girish I think it does I would need to dig into it a bit more.
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@ultraviolet are you still maintaining this package of yours?
Doesn't look like it from https://github.com/mkucej/i-librarian-free but perhaps that isn't the latest repo?
Edit: doh! that's the I, Librarian repo, not your Cloudron package!
I'd love to have it in the app store! (although doesn't look like it's that active )
@jdaviescoates I would love to have it too, more so because the current alternative we do have, calibre, doesn't seem to work stable.
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@ultraviolet looks nice.
Is your repo ready for sharing ? No worries if not.
Seems like it could be deployed in a LAMP app w/o a repo ?
But I haven't tried that.
@jdaviescoates Calibre is a wonderful tool, and it has loads of funcitonality, however, I am a bit wary of it.
The way it retrieves data from proprietary websites, e.g. Amazon for book covers, and other functionality makes me wonder whether it could well be turned against users to spy on what people have in their libraries.
@LoudLemur I really wouldn't worry about that tbh
Calibre is a wonderful project.
Imho grabbing data from the tech giants is a least clawing back some of the value we all largely created for them which is rightly ours in the first place anyway