Hello mastodon, but more precisely #YunoHost users (or interested people),

I'm exploring the idea of making a survey on YunoHost to have a better understand on who use it and why and what is important to you and what to improve/already works.

For that, it would be great if you could help me by answering some questions so I can put better questions/more options in the survey :)

I'm going to do 1 toot per question, but let's start with the first one: can you tell me why you are using #YunoHost?

#YunoHostSurvey

Can you tell me what are the most common kind of bug you get in #YunoHost? (like "failing to update applications", "configuring domain" etc...)

#YunoHostSurvey

Can you tell me what are the things you find hard to do in #YunoHost? (like "configuring a domain")

#YunoHostSurvey

Can you tell me what are the part you think we should improve in #YunoHost? (like "easier admin", "inline documentation", "easier to debug" etc...)

#YunoHostSurvey

Can you explain me a bit how you are using #YunoHost? Like "for myself for some apps" "for emails" "for a group of ppl"

#YunoHostSurvey

For a positive note 😋 what is already good and easy to do in #YunoHost and shouldn't require that much more work? (like other things are more important)

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@bram it's a good way to setup our own server in a quick, relatively easy way, and then smoothly acquire knowledge about how it works, how apps works with the server components (Nginx, …).

Once some packaging work has been done, upgrading some apps is as easy as changing the source URL (+Sha256 sum).
(o, it's more due to the app itself than Yunohost, but still, that's a good point)

Also migrating to a new server (or restoring a backup) is quite fast, from a fresh Yunohost install.

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