@scooke I suppose anything I feel the courage to ask for or suggest I'm seeing value potential for Cloudron the company and the users as well, otherwise we'd just do these things silently ourselves, as we mostly have to now.
Personally, I see Cloudron as the best framework for time-efficient and repeatable, therefore scaleable, web app dev-ops — ultimately resulting in lower costs and barriers to entry for the community to get to try and use almost any open-source web app.
This post is in-line with that (perhaps optimistic) vision.
Effectively, what I'm asking for here is just one app.
We might even be able to get this commissioned from our own development time and contribute it, I've not dug deeper yet, but, ultimately, @girish and @nebulon know their platform better than anyone, including the gotchyas and vision, so I feel it beneficial to at least discuss openly first, see what the interest, appetite and potential collaboration could be.
In the Cloudron App Store, there are a few apps marked as "Unstable", and that's a similar state of; "it's available with warnings and disclaimers regarding stability or completeness".
Perhaps this would then spawn a section of apps that could be flagged "Testing" or "Development" or "Unsupported" or something like that.
I'll see what capacity we have to work on this, but it also might just be that it's not as complicated as it might sound, and it could be a big time-saver for @girish and @nebulon too, so maybe they will have a better vantage point for how to approach it?
Nextybox website also appears to do a good job of explaining the concept, and reasoning for it's existence, and I might finally understand why @robi has been championing this cause for so long on various threads too:
For interest, @vladimir-d has already packages ZorinOS for us locally as a full Desktop OS as a Cloudron app, so we are very active in R&D for these sorts of potentials, and I'm hoping these sorts of developments help attract more developers to Cloudron for the greater benefits of community development.