Welcome back to the Self Hosted Roundup where we bring you the latest in Self Hosted and Open Source applications!
What new self hosted apps have we found this week? Let's take a look.
PairDrop is a sublime alternative to AirDrop that works on all platforms.
Send images, documents or text via peer to peer connection to devices in the same local network/Wi-Fi or to paired devices. As it is web based, it runs on all devices.
LinuxServer has recently created a Docker image for PairDrop.
EasyPanel - Use an intuitive interface to deploy applications, manage databases, and provision SSL certificates.
Chat Desk is a BRAND NEW self-hosted chat application for desktop written in Flutter!
Mastodon (LinuxServer Edition)
Mastodon is a free, open-source social network server based on ActivityPub where users can follow friends and discover new ones. LinuxServer has created a Docker image that might simplify the installation for some users. Check it out here!
Forte is a self-hosted music platform. You can either connect to a forte server or create your own server for your friends & family. However, it is also very convenient to use forte on your local machine as a stand-alone music player.
Hmster - A Self-hostable Instapaper-ish document managing app.
Desktop App of the Week
The free and open source desktop app of the week goes to....
PeaZip is a free file archive utility and rar extractor for Linux, macOS, and Windows, which works with 200+ archive types and variants (7z, ace, arc, bz2, cab, gz, iso, paq, pea, rar, tar, wim, zip, zipx...), handles spanned archives (001, r01, z01...), supports multiple archive encryption standards, file hashing, exports tasks as console scripts.
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These applications are not necessarily already highlighted on Noted but may eventually be reviewed. The goal of this series is to simply let you know what's new in Self Hosting (or new to me) in a bulletin style fashion so you have something to tinker with over the weekend. You can browse the Self Hosted applications or the directory for in depth reviews of applications we have used and tested.
Have a great weekend everyone!