@A-Former-User said in HumHub - social network software:
@nebulon this looks like a good choice, did anyone look into it?
We've been using it in production since a couple of years now. Currently our instance runs on a shared webspace at Uberspace7.
Originally our main goal was to create some kind of a basecamp or starting point for all of our concerns. As an example we created a space (topic) for each of our projects. Everything related to a project is linked and lives there and serves as a project hub. Very much everything like repos, wikis, external resources, briefings, documents, discussions can be found in such a space. It used to work very sufficient for our needs.
Basically and to some extent we used to use it in a similar manner like one would use Atlassian Confluence. But I'd say that is just one use case. It's a little jack of all trades in its own field but not a specialized application that does one thing very well - IMHO of course.
@scooke said in HumHub - social network software:
Anyway, visually it hearkens back to groupware from ages ago, but it looks pretty handy. And not to slow either.