A guide to taking your chapter open-source*

Now more than ever before, it’s easier to take your data and your tools into your own hands, rather than relying on the prying eyes and high costs of Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, or Google. Your chapter can make the switch from programs that harvest your data and restrict features from non-paying users to useful, free, open-source software – with lower effort and cost than ever before. As a bonus, you’ll also be avoiding some of the world’s worst tech companies and adding another barrier for snoops in law enforcement to hop over should they come after your data.

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Using your cloudron as a reverse proxy

If you're hosting your Cloudron at home, you may have other applications running on other machines locally you want to create a reverse proxy for. A reverse proxy lets you type in myapp.domain.com and be directed to your local application, which usually not running a...

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Getting Started with Matrix on Cloudron

Matrix is a new, open-source protocol for decentralized chat networks. Being a protocol, meaning that it requires a server (we will use Synapse) and a client (we will use Element) to function the way you expect chat programs, like Slack, to work. Matrix is designed...

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