I have begun to package this today. Hope to have something for comment in the next few days.
This app is now up and functional. Please test! I'll submit to the appstore for WIP in a day or so after some more cleanup and testing.
Note: inbound mail is enabled, but you have to configure it yourself in paperless config. I haven't tested that yet and from the looks of the repo, there are lots of issues with mail at the moment, so we may ship unstable without inbound mail.
@robi Here's the recording yall if you like:
The encoding was a bit off between audio and video. Not sure what that was about.
As for tech used to produce this glorious (haha) event - writing up a blog entry on that today/tomorrow and will publish if anyone was curious.
Goodnight all - and go paperlessng!
All - I have begun packaging this based on instructions found here as well as basing it off of PHP Lamp. It's still VERY rough (IE, doesn't fully build yet), but would appreciate some eyes on it.
Currently, I'm trying to decide whether the initial setup goes in Dockerfile (would think so) or in start.sh in the uninitialized section. It's been a VERY long while since I attempted to package something, so am more than a little rusty
Also, my run.sh is doing an artisan migrate force on each run - thinking that is a good thing cause run wouldn't know if the container updated, but maybe there's another pattern somewhere that is better.
@doodlemania2 If anyone is still interested, I'm game to doing another event. Maybe only loosely related to app packaging, maybe we do an educational series or something about how to use the CR.
As an aside, you are all now welcome to use my BBB/Greenlight I have up and running!
@doodlemania2 Latest checking (simple one tonight) - I switched from supervisor to the build in gunicorn runner and was able to create a username/password and log in! Woot
Now, it's throwing errors about attempt to write to a read only database, so I suspect the auth mechanism is doing something in /app/code that I'll need to symlink.
After that is:
Get the supervisors to work (some weird ini file error)
Test the app
Final commit before handing it off for cloudron test dev in case anyone wants to see it in the app store.
I have a Nextcloud Talk High Performance Backend and BBB (for your Greenlight app) available for your use.
If you'd like to use it, I'm offering it for free*. Just DM me for details.
*I will likely start charging in the not terribly distant future, but am open to understanding:
I'm thinking $1-2 US / mo for up to 10 users. Eh? Really the only expense is bandwidth and just a hair of admin overhead. Would welcome your thoughts. Not in it to make $$$, just cover costs.
@luckow Given the issue with BBB and recording, I've got that disabled on my service. Great points all around. Again, this is for the small shops that need a place.
@jdaviescoates i've got 24 gb ram assigned to this, so hopefully it can do a at least 50 folks across various rooms. won't be doing any charges for the first month or so while i get it broken in
@jdaviescoates agreed - mine is really targeting the 5-50 participants crowd, but if there's sufficient demand for big boom boom BBB cluster, I can set that up to for a nominal fee.
@brutalbirdie nah, good ol docker compose
@luckow I have one in Southern California and another in Dallas, TX. Everything except presentations work (screen sharing, polls, chat, voice/video, presence, CC, etc all good). Will figure out presentations in a day or so.
DM me if you wanna give it a spin.
@jagan DM me - let's work together on pricing. That seems a bit high per account. I'll have everything set up on my ecommerce site in the next day or so.