I love @yunohost
It's really easy, even I can do it and I wrote a guide:
You can host:
They are also working on:
Here is the full app catalogue:
And here is their forum:
@PaulaToThePeople Yes, we have some good PRs in process as well. Saw the favicon change from UI before my very eyes so looking forward to bump this package once that's merged.
@weex You're right. I installed Ecko even though it's marked as broken still and it worked perfectly.
Could you tell me how to edit the config file and is there a list of changes to Mastodon somewhere?
I'd like to add a section about Ecko in my YunoHost guide. 🙂
PS: When I try to import a blocklist for the instance I get a "We're sorry, but something went wrong on our end." error.
@weex I found the .env.production.sample file in the githun repo so I thought I might have to create such a file in /var/www/ecko/ with the desired parameters, but that didn't do the trick.
@PaulaToThePeople A doc would be better but at first pass it requires root access and the running config to edit is at /var/www/ecko/live/.env.production. Then restart the ecko-* services in the Admin panel.
The commit this uses is before the recent work in blocklist importing. Issue to track: https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/ecko_ynh/issues/4
@weex Nice, thanks. I was able to raise the post character limit to 5000, but changing the value for poll options doesn't do anything.
@PaulaToThePeople Strange. Best to create an issue but you're saying that you could only add X # or that the allowed response length wasn't changed?
Docker is one technical tool among other for system administration. But its goal is not to make one-click app install that work out of the box, like you still need to know about command line, tweak conf, reverse proxies etc.
Yunohost's goal is to provide a simple server distribution, with single sign-on user portal, diagnosis, and ultimately you shouldn't even have to know about command line to run a server.
@clacke @PaulaToThePeople @owzim Hence having a Dockerfile is not enough, you gotta implement and validate the nginx conf, configure LDAP/SSO integration, and other things like php conf, systemd service, fail2ban integration, and everything such that in the end, somebody can just answer a couple questions, click install, and they can start doing what they actually wanted to do with the app instead of spending your day debugging in a terminal
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