This is great news. Cloudron could now compete as a free, open source, self hosted email solution
It's already available but not publicly listed.
The biggest limitation of the current configuration is the absence of authentication, which allows anyone to create new spreadsheets.
Although onlyoffice or collabora would be more featured, ethercalc is still a good lightweight collaboration app in addition to etherpad.
Now that letsencrypt provides wildcard certs, cloudron should consider switching over to wildcard cert.
- No more hitting registration limits for users with a large number of apps.
- Slight security improvement of not making app subdomains immediately public
Thank you so much. This is amazing!
@girish ofc we need a working (reliable) backup mechanism!
imo the current disable option is already good enough and allows me to easily go around backup errors that prevent upgrades etc.
- differential backup/hard-linking support for some remote backup destination will help with stability
- btrfs, zfs offers more stable snapshots and should be supported in the future
It'd be nice if the 20 apps limit could be more lenient. I didn't recall any app limits in the last pricing scheme
I'd like to make a correction to the docs, but couldn't find its repo on git.cloudron.io
I'd like to correct
adminDomainto the domain added above.
adminFqdnto the domain added above
example.comis your new domain.
might provide more clarity than
Changing Primary Domain
Migrate to letsencrypt wildcard certs
Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE)
How to suggest edits to the official documentation?