Mostly, I think, because doing basically anything with Ghost seems to require messing with code.
This is definitely a reason. It can be difficult to make any changes without going into the code.
I also don't like their 'integrations' which is a sloppy alternative to an app store for add-ons. A prime example, inserting images using unsplash, they have that built-in but it is kind of useless. If you directly add an image using the unsplash integration it can't resize it so your site ends up with large non-optimized images. Solution? Download the image and then upload it. WTAF?
Most of their integrations require adding things to the header, CDNs and so on, it just ends up bloating the site and slowing it down.
Far too opinionated in the way you should, perhaps must use it.
It is a great idea, works well for many who just want to start blogging and have no specific theme/plugin requirements but done in node.js has created so many limitations it's just not very flexible.
@nebulon Yeah, I think that would be informative. And actually I was expecting it to number the new file. Going down the road, now I know why some version control may be useful for the workflow. A pre-warning could help.
@girish so is the process I understand about the installing steps the right way for this? thanks for the suggestion, I just know that we can do my.vpnserver.domain.com. Am intending for consumer use for now.
For questions how to actually use the app, like how moderation is done, you have to look for help in the upstream app community.
Overall for commento, the Cloudron package still depends on https://gitlab.com/commento/commento/merge_requests/88 which is stagnating for a long time now. If you like chime in there to raise some attention, so we can eventually proceed to follow upstream releases better.
The emails I retreive through Mozilla Thunderbird. i tried test send/receive emails with gmail, yahoo, outlook, yandex—it works fine. Some info i just got is the sender uses Amazon SES for mail delivery.
For the Ghost app, it is ghostexample.com. At first visit, it showed me the Cloudron login page. This was fixed after a while. The www.ghostexample.com going to admin page was fixed by removing CNAME & adding redirect.