I wholeheartedly agree, I’m switching to a paid license. Honestly just forgot about it after all this time…
As for having everything under one roof: I agree there as well. But from my experience, the main features of an application usually suffer from new features being added. But that’s just my experience. I’m so used to my tools by now I’d have a hard time switching anyway, unless it’s really good.
You can indeed! The interface is very similar to the one that Google Drive uses, which is very nice. I believe it also has most (if not all) of the features referenced in that image. Plus, the backend is written in Golang, which is certainly an advantage in terms of performance.
I host a Matterbridge bot that bridges a Discord channel with an IRC channel (for users that can’t access Discord but can use IRC, vice versa). It also works with other platforms such as WhatsApp, Twitch, Telegram, Slack, etc.
Also, another +1 for searx. Never looked back once I set it up.
Bitwarden if you like your password manager being in the cloud (as it makes it easy to sync across all devices) but want to self host it. Their entire stack is open source - both the server and the client.
Tinc for creating a mesh VPN between all your servers. Easier to configure than OpenVPN, and faster since it’s a mesh. ZeroTier is a bit easier to configure, but it’s not truly self-hosted as you rely on some of their servers by default. Wireguard looks good but it’s more difficult than Tinc to create a meshed network.
I also use The Lounge. It’s really nice! The only disadvantage is that it’s built with Node.js, which means that CPU and RAM usage is relatively high.
I totally dug BW, but I didn’t like that when containerized it completely took over nginx. If it’s running on the host you have to stop your webserver or it won’t run. So Basically I would need a VPS to have a password manager. Deal breaker for me. SAD!
Their regular server does use a lot of resources as it’s designed to scale up to installations with a lot of users. I’ve got a mostly unused VPS with 8 GB RAM so was considering setting it up on there. I’m currently using LastPass but I keep hearing good things about Bitwarden.