Have you seen http://sandstorm.io?
I think it's the best things since the Open App Ecosystem.
I really can't wait for Loomio, Cobudget and other Open App Ecosystem apps to be ported to it!
We had an interesting conversation with Daniel Harris of http://kendra.org.uk/ today where he wanted a protocol for exchanging music that could be used with any app or no app. Seems related if you squint.
seen it, seems really great, sets a high bar for any aspiring decentralized app platform. :)
Something about this thread breaks Loomio 1.0. I'm not totally sure what it is.
Anyway I've also seen it and I think it looks great. However I seem to recall Loomio would be technically unsuitable for sandstorm as it's intended to host only the owners personal data or something?
I do agree it would be great to get Loomio to a place where you can 1 click deploy a private instance. Sandstorm and efforts in that direction will be really helpful to achieve that.
@robertguthrie " However I seem to recall Loomio would be technically unsuitable for sandstorm as it’s intended to host only the owners personal data or something?"
I'm not what you actually mean/ if that is right (I don't think it is, I'm not sure what about Loomio could/ would make it technically unsuitable given how many really great apps have already been ported?)
But let me just take this opportunity to say I'd like to re-iterate that I'd really REALLY like to see Loomio ported to Sandstorm - it is just SO good and my gut feeling is that it is obviously going to become THE main way to simply and easily install and host instances of open source web apps (and I really REALLY want people to be able to do that with Loomio/ all Open App Ecosystem apps too, ASAP). :-D
Great! I really would appreciate some support in the sysops side of Loomio. Can you help out?
Would love to be able to, but sadly not - I'd don't actually code at all, I just grok geek speak :)
I do know a little html and css and have had to work out tiny bits of php with my wordpress work, but that is about it.
So apologies for just adding more work to the to do list of people who do already have the requisite skill set... I've considered trying to learn to code (I was a natural a maths as a kid) but so far never been able to find enough time and/ or muster the commitment :-/
@robertguthrie You know it was the Crowdfunders pre-delayed-hiddenly-published-Docker-Dokku doku of Loomio which helped @ecobytes choose Dokku-alt for early PaaS experiments. Of course the road's like a rabbit whole, continuously unfolding. IndieHosters and others show how and why.
Now with a Federated Commons Cloud approaching and having all those nifty User Centric Applications like Federated Wiki coming to Sandstorm, we see a potential here.
But in the broader sense, we, the networks, want to run our infrastructure together and bridge isolations. I have often asked @derekrazo to have access and assistance with Co:Budget, for example, so intimately needed by @transformap right now.
Is @pierreozoux around here, btw., or @francesca?
In other words: What needs to be done?
Also see http://attending.io/events/degrowth-infrahack
Sandstorm in the end is only one step in a fine grained, multi-tenant integration pipeline from
and the likes for collectively supported infrastructure, fine-tuned to meet the privacy and auth standards from distributed networks mentionned above.
Very pleased to see some others in the community have started to port Loomio to Standstorm, see https://www.loomio.org/d/yw0D8Sc6/help-porting-loomio-to-sandstorm :-D