Finally the development of Serenum has started. I plan to make it self-hosted (no Docker, though).

And for the screenshot, changes can occur. The screenshot is showing the config file from which Serenum will go after.

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@edgren awesome, can't wait for it!!

Mind if I turn it into a docker container when it releases? :)

@yarmo I wasn't fully awake when I responded to you 🙈 But yeah, it is okay if you turn it into a docker container when everything is done 🙂

But the installation of Serenum will be quite straight forward: download the files and extract them to your web folder. Then go to install.php and follow the instructions. Just like with RainLoop 😊

@edgren great way of developing it that I truly appreciate!

I happen to have a very minimal server setup (here it comes, plz no flame <3) where I run most "server" processes in separate containers. Since PHP is running in a container, I could still install serenum the default way, so 🤔

Ah well, we'll see. It's also for practicing putting stuff in docker.

@yarmo Yeah, I want it to be so simple as it possibly can get with so little configuration as it can be 🙂 So the whole process will be basically quite automatic.

Hehe, I take that as you're experimenting with Docker, trying to learn it more and more 🙂 That is only good, so keep on doing that 😊

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