I love Cloudron and I love open source apps. I want more people to use them. I'm thinking of offering Cloudron-based services to people, but still thinking about how I could best do that...
What I'd really like to be able to do is to offer groups access to an affordable suite of their own self-hosted apps for collaboration.
I'm thinking of starting with
- Nextcloud (+ OnlyOffice), and
(given that the most widely used business/ collaboration tools are Slack, G Suite and Trello according to StackShare.io).
However, I think in order to really make this a viable an attractive option to groups just starting up I think perhaps the Cloudron pricing model would need to change.
Anyways, I'm really interested in what others are doing. Are you selling services on top of Cloudron? How are you doing it? How do you work out your pricing etc?
@yusf I've seen you mention that you run numerous Cloudron servers and have various clients - are these paying clients? Please share!
(another related question to @girish and @nebulon is how stable/ financially sustainable is Cloudron at present? Obviously I don't want to go ahead and build something on top of a service which may potentially die or be taken over by Vulture Capitalists! )