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Upgrade to Debian 11 (Bullseye)

All our servers have been successfully upgraded to [Debian 11 (Bullseye)]. This upgrade has impacted almost all our services except for the ones that already ran in their own container and were already up-to-date ( such as Gitea, Jitsi Meet and Nextcloud). Most updates are changes under the hood. However, the most striking visual change is in our webmail solution Roundcube.

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Hosting Git repositories using Gitea

Last weekend Luon has launched Gitea as our service for hosting Git repositories at git.luon.net. Each Luon user has automatically access to this service and will be able to set up private and public Git repositories under their account as well as set up organisations to keep some repositories separate or collaborate more easily with others without giving access to your personal stuff. (An example organisation is Luon which hosts the (archived/old) original repositories hosted on git.luon.net.)

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Jitsi Meet service made available

In reaction to recent the social distancing measures, we have set up a Jitsi Meet instance that can be used by everyone to do audio/video conference just from the browser. You can find our instance at meet.luon.net. There you can create your own conferencing rooms. The rooms includes support for chat, moderation, screen sharing and some more features. Other people can join you by going to the same URL, so sharing is easy!

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Dropped some services

After adding some new services and reworking the mail setup, some not really used services were planned to be shut down. Due to barely any usage, we have dropped the following services:

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Matrix home server now available

We have recently installed a Matrix home server and thereby joined this interoperable, decentralised, real-time communication network. See the Matrix homepage about what it precisely is and how it works, but it can basically function as a replacement for Slack/Whatsapp/XMPP/etc.

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