Self Hosted Roundup #26

What's new in self hosted applications this week? Check it out in the Self Hosted Roundup #26! 👋

Self Hosted Roundup #26

I wrote this entire article using ChatGPT! Not really but wouldn't that be hilarious? Another week brings more goodies on Self Hosting!

What's new in Self Hosted this Week?

Some new and some not so new. Here's what I found this week!


UpSnap is s simple wake on lan app written with SvelteKit, Go, PocketBase and nmap. I personally use this on my network and really like it!

Core Features

  • Dashboard to wake up devices with one click
  • Set timed wake and shutdown events via cron
  • Add custom ports to devices which will be pinged
  • Discover devices by scanning network
  • Dark/light or system preferred color scheme
  • Docker images for amd64, arm64, arm/v7


LibreNMS is an auto-discovering PHP/MySQL/SNMP based network monitoring which includes support for a wide range of network hardware and operating systems including Cisco, Linux, FreeBSD, Juniper, Brocade, Foundry, HP and many more.


The #1 goal of Lodestone is to make self-hosting game servers on any platform a streamlined and simple process. Lodestone is built with a focus on the user experience to minimize the friction of setting up a server. Part of this effort is an intuitive and straightforward UI we have developed over 4 months. Lodestone also has some advanced features on the table for expert users, such as an event viewer, multiple users + permissions, and an upcoming plugin system.


Activepieces is a no-code Business Automation Tool. An open source alternative to Zapier.

  • Built for no-code users and citizen developers
  • Self-host with a simple Docker command
  • An alternative to Zapier, and Tray


Nomie is a Open Source Life Tracker / Mood Tracker / Data Journal. I found some Docker Compose builds in the issue tracker here.

Desktop App of the Week

This week I thought I'd add in a nice find for converting files on a Windows machine.

File Converter

File Converter is a very simple tool which allows you to convert and compress one or several file(s) using the context menu in windows explorer. And it's Open Source!

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