@yusf @girish beat you to it https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/2158/vikunja-the-to-do-app-to-organize-your-life (also it only has one k)
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RE: Vikkunja, an Open-Source, self-hosted To-Do list
RE: n8n.io - Zappier, IFTTT, Integromat alternative
I'm looking forward to see this app as cloudron app!
This is something! +1 from me
Just to be sure, have you both clicked on the little up ^ arrow on the post at the top of this thread?
Because that's how to +1 in a way that counts
RE: LibreRead - Ebook Library & Reader
I curate https://library.uniteddiversity.coop which is mostly PDFs but I'd also like a nice way to present and share them. I'll probably just start using Surfer once you can sort by columns on public folders (and nicer icons - and ideally thumbnails - would be nice too).
One solution I used in the past is to use the Document Gallery WordPress Plugin which nice generates thumbnails and let's you add descriptions etc. It still works but hasn't been updated in years and is far from ideal for the sort of things you're talking about...
There is also this https://inventaire.io/ but it's for creating a p2p library of hard copy books rather than ebooks!
RE: LibreRead - Ebook Library & Reader
@yusf probably not what you're looking for at all but just fyi there are browser addons that let you read ebooks in the browser (I installed one to try it out but then got annoyed that whenever I tried to download an ebook it opened in my browser instead! )
RE: ONLYOFFICE + Nextcloud - Download Failed
@iamthefij just checking but have you installed the ONLYOFFICE app in Cloudron too? Because you need that installed too if you're using the connector (it's what you need to connect to)
The community document server should work on it's own, but as I understand it it doesn't have all features nor the same performance and scalability.
This looks really useful.
I note it's email client has one of the main missing features in most other open source webmail clients:
Drag and drop messages into folders or onto Tag(s)
Share tags across applications and mailboxes
Messages may have multiple Tags and act as ‘virtual folders’
RE: Easy! Appointments
Just noticed this was already requested here:
Seems this is also somehow related to https://cryptpad.fr/ (OpenPaas is one of the links under About)
But it's not the same people on GitHub so not really sure what the relationship is.
RE: Inboxen - Keep you inbox clean
@nebulon it's not the same as this, but I only recently realise that using the + sign seeming works in most places these days.
I first got introduced to it's use via Gmail and so originally though it was a feature of that, but turns out subaddressing is supported all over the place these days!
For those who don't know:
When signing-up to new services or whatever you can e.g. use firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and seemingly in most cases (everywhere I've tried it, it works) this will still be delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: What's coming in 4.5
Yes, I won't claim the web client is perfect, but basic also does not seem to be the right word for it.
When I went back to try the demo again it wasn't how I remembered it, so I think I was mis-remembering and confusing it with some other product/ suite I've demoed recently too (either that or the demo changed quite a lot in the intervening period, but I think more likely the former)
You can do searches and "store" these to easily rerun them later. Its similar to how the the Outlook fat client is doing it.
Ah, I see.
I haven't used Outlook anything since I started running Linux about 20 years ago!
I used to use Thunderbird with IMAP servers run by geeky friends (for free). But my friends never really got spam filtering in place (they had SpamAssassin installed, but it was never trained well enough - fair enough given they were offering a completely free service) and eventually spam drove me to Gmail (I was getting about 1000 a day!).
But I (and many many others) now expect to be able to very simply add labels to emails in order to easily organise them into virtual folders. Given the domination of Gmail it surprises me that more open source webmail projects don't try to more to clone more of some of Gmail's "basic" features. I guess it's just a matter of lack of resources in the open source world
RE: Leanote - cloud notebook
struggling to find a good (open source cloudron-powered) simple way to share notes
My current favourite solution is Nextcloud Text Docouments much prefer it to both Etherpad and CodiMD (more user friendly, and works well in browsers on mobiles too!)