@LoudLemur I'm not sure I agree.
Cloudron isn't free software itself, and many of us are using this to support business applications. I already pay for two cloudron premium licenses, and this would allow me not to need to use non-Cloudron based VMs to host this software. The level of community interest, not price, should dictate whether or not time and effort is put into creating a community image for the server software.
I suppose if needed I could use the Cloudron Build Service application to roll my own Foundry server docker image for the platform, but why not make it available to everyone if there is interest?
I do think there should be a flag in the app store that indicates whether or not the software requires a paid license or not. That way people will know if there is an additional cost to running the server in addition to what they are already paying for Cloudron.