First, I really appreciate cloudron. What it does is really amazing; a quantum jump from any other solution. I would not selfhost without it.
I have a nodebb forum that just silently broke when I wanted to remove the quill plugin. It seems the current nodebb version is buggy:
This brings me to the topic: do we get the latest version of everything (within reason)? Is anyone tracking whether that version is reportedly buggy? With my desktop OS, manjaro, I check the forums before they dump a big update. I install it a few days after I've seen the issues reported on the forums' "stable update" channel. I imagine there will be similar things for most of the apps cloudron supports.
We self-hosters probably cannot afford a devops person (let alone team). If a new version of an app gets published to cloudron, and borks a public production site, there's absolutely nothing we can do other than revert to a backup. This situation makes me uneasy. I want to have peace of mind more than I want to be independent and self-hosting!
Anyone thinking the same? What's your take? How much of your week goes to babysitting things that break with updates when you self host (even with cloudron)? I'm starting to feel this could be an uncomfortably high number.