@Blort @switchingsocial @bob @freedomboxfndn Hmwell then, to me that looks like a Nextcloud "bug" in the way it uses resources in the specific context of having big files and not an issue of "not having enough RAM" :s

@Blort @switchingsocial @bob @freedomboxfndn People tend to underestimate the power of ARM board. In fact you can host quite a few things on it.

Also don't get confused ... Hosting 30 Gig of photos has nothing to do with RAM usage..

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If you're interested in self-hosting online services for yourself, your family or your community, there are a number of projects on the Fediverse trying to make it easier:




You don't need an expensive server, cheap machines such as old desktops/laptops and single-board computers (such as the #RaspberryPi) will work too.

#SelfHosting #CommunityHosting

@Artanux Normalement oui, même si on a pas trop d'expérience avec ARM64

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@Artanux Probablement pas :/ Il n'y a pas d'image armbian ?

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#Peertube 1.0 is available for #Yunohost !
Keep in mind it's still in testing phase, and please give some feedback to the contributors 😉

Install with "yunohost app install github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peert (or with the Admin interface, using github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peert)

ping @yunohost

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#Peertube 1.0 est disponible pour #Yunohost !
Gardez en tête qu'il reste en phase de test, et n'hésitez pas à faire des retours à l'équipe 😉

Installation avec "yunohost app install github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peert (ou sur l'interface d'administration, avec l'adresse github.com/YunoHost-Apps/peert)

ping @yunohost

@sikkdays @switchingsocial @freedomboxfndn @mastohost @bob Some ISP are not friendly to self-hosting, yes. For instance, some ISP block port 25 so you basically cannot host emails without a workaround (e.g. a VPN).

But I don't think there's a huge conspiracy of "ISP not wanting people to self-host", it's more complicated than that (blocking port 25 is meant to fight spam for instance)

But other technical issues / steps are not related to ISP. For instance DNS conf can't easily be automatized

@sikkdays Well basically yes - you can run several apps on the same server ... Performances will depend of the hardware of course, but there's a common misconception that "an ARM board can't be powerful enough to run more than 2 or 3 apps". But turns out that we have users with ~25 apps running on an ARM board with 512Mb RAM ...!

About the specific apps you cite, turns out Baikal conflicts with Nextcloud because of the caldav features, but that could theoretically be handled somehow..

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@sikkdays @switchingsocial @freedomboxfndn @mastohost @bob What examples do you have in mind about things that could be made more usable by the average Joe ?

Usually the issue is "it's technically complicated to simplify it", or "the devs know but lack time because this is a volunteer-based project" (and usually it's both reasons)

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so if you install a #peertube instance on a #Yunohost server, remember to either logout from the yunohost admin interface or use container tabs to acces the peertube server ... ( I spent 1 hour looking why I had ssl token client errors ... x} )
otherwise it install pretty well ! :)

@mathdatech Où est-ce que ça parle de Metronome ? :/ ...

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@sibfactory Il y a une app community "in progress", aucune idée de à quel point elle fonctionne bien ou non :


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