@will Anton, the developer, also has a VOIP project - "VoIP ID is a Free and Open Source Software to build a hosted VoIP server or hosted IPPBX service. The project continuously powers Telepon Rakyat (http://teleponrakyat.id) Indonesia cloud VoIP service server."
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RE: I am paying to have a Cloudron App built, ideas?
Simple, smart WebRTC apps for post-Covid lifestyles
Their compelling rationale for these smart, open source apps is explained here from 18:40 onwards.
Given Cloudron's LDAP + TURN, these would make excellent, fun experiences for all Cloudron users...and their guests.
Should these smart experiences be integrated into Cloudron itself?
RE: Meet Kopano (unstable version) - a few questions & problems :)
Just had my first few one-on-one video calls with registered users and guests... Iridium browser at my end and Chrome at the other end. Worked flawlessly...even with 4G at my end. Excellent user experience at both ends. Thanks for bringing Kopano Meet to Cloudron!
Linphone Flexisip Server in Cloudron core
Enables e2e encrypted voice call and conferencing/ video conferencing/ chat messaging/ files exchange. Meaningful add-on to the existing Cloudron STUN/TURN + upcoming JitsiMeet. Issue your own domain-specific SIP addresses. Excellent apps across all platforms.
A "Flexisip Server Build and Install via Docker" guide that is too complex for me!
Docker of FreePBX and Asterix
This will build a container for FreePBX - A Voice over IP Manager for Asterisk. Upon starting this image it will give you a turn-key PBX system for SIP calling.
FreePBX is the most widely-used open source IP PBX in the world. An intuitive graphical user interface makes taking advantage of the power of Asterisk much easier to deploy and use.
With remote-working + social distancing likely through the next 18-24 months, this can be used to a) enable dial-in audio-only participation in upcoming Cloudron Jitsi install, and b) host large HD-quality audio conferences.
RE: How to use Cloudron's COTURN server with non-Cloudron apps
@nebulon Got the credentials. Thanks!
Passwordless login via "Magiclinks"
While backing-up my new Cloudron on Scaleway yesterday, I really enjoyed the ease of their passwordless login experience delivered via "Magiclinks" in email on my mobile.
If this experience were possible on Cloudron - delivered over the email accounts set-up on Cloudron - I am sure that the end-users of the Cloudron web-apps would equally delighted!
Is it possible to host Cloudron on a Jelastic-powered cloud like Hidora?
Jelastic-powered clouds automatically scale your application vertically and horizontally based on the demand on resources. Works wonderfully with the dockerized private-instance of JitsiMeet that I run on it.
If a Cloudron instance were hosted on a cloud like this, wouldn't it also help the Cloudron instance (and its active apps) automatically scale as per resource demand?
RE: Is it possible to host Cloudron on a Jelastic-powered cloud like Hidora?
The tech here is from Jelastic.
@girish I have set JitsiMeet up to scale both vertically and horizontally; the search starts from tomorrow to find enough users to load it and actually make it scale!!! But I know people who have started with a similar small instance of Jisti and scaled it vertically - on demand - to 40+ users with great success. No need to start with a 4CPU/32GB RAM VPS to achieve this.
And here is another business using the same underlying Jelastic tech to offer Jitsi and BigBlueButton meetings - of varying sizes - by the hour! It follows logically!
There is a large overlap between the important Cloudron apps and their "easy-to-install, autoscaling" apps: Nextcloud, Gitlab, Mattermost, Jitsi, BigBlueButton, Redmine, WP, Ghost, etc
From these two screenshots, its clear they clearly scale WP very well: