Currently available apps (alphabetically):

[Docroot]

Docroot: Static file hosting with SSH-based upload
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app docroot

[Mediawiki]

Mediawiki: The wiki that Wikipedia runs on
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app mediawiki

[Nextcloud]

Nextcloud: A safe home for all your data
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app nextcloud

[Redirect]

Redirect: Redirects to another site
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app redirect

[Wordpress]

Wordpress: Blog tools, publishing platform, and CMS
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app wordpress


Available in beta (“yellow” release channel only):

[Known]

Known: Indieweb publishing platform for everyone
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app known

[Mastodon]

Mastodon: Free, open-source, decentralized microblogging network
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app mastodon

[Mattermost]

Mattermost: Open source, self-hosted Slack-alternative
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app mattermost

[phpBB]

phpBB: Bulletin-board
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app phpbb

[River5]

River5: A river-of-news RSS aggregator
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app river

[Selfoss]

Selfoss: Multipurpose rss reader, live stream, mashup, aggregation web application
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app selfoss

[Shaarli]

Shaarli: Personal, minimalist, super-fast, bookmarking service
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app shaarli

[Webtrees]

Webtrees: Full-featured web genealogy app
Install with sudo ubos-admin createsite, specify app webtrees


Some apps already have some accessories, which you may or may not want to install:

  • Known plugins: known-plugin-linkedin and known-plugin-wordpress for integration with social networks;

  • Mediawiki extension: mediawiki-ext-confirmaccount to cut down on wiki spam;

  • Nextcloud “apps”: nextcloud-bookmarks (bookmarks), nextcloud-calendar (calendar), nextcloud-contacts (contacts), nextcloud-mail (mail), nextcloud-markdown (markdown support), nextcloud-news (news), nextcloud-notes (note taking), nextcloud-spreed (chat and video conferencing) and nextcloud-tasks (task management); there is also nextcloud-cache-redis to run a Redis cache to speed up Nextcloud;

  • phpBB extension: phpbb-extension-shareon for sharing posts on social media, and phpbb-extension-googleanalytics for Google Analytics support;

  • Wordpress plugins: wordpress-plugin-bridgy-publish, wordpress-plugin-indieauth, wordpress-plugin-indieweb, wordpress-plugin-indieweb-post-kinds, wordpress-plugin-micropub, wordpress-plugin-semantic-linkbacks, wordpress-plugin-syndication-links, wordpress-plugin-social-networks-auto-posted-facebook-twitter-g, wordpress-plugin-webmention and wordpress-plugin-wp-uf2 for Indie Web support; wordpress-plugin-photo-dropper to easily find and add pictures to posts; themes wordpress-theme-independent-publisher, wordpress-theme-p2, wordpress-theme-pinboard, wordpress-theme-sempress and the default themes starting with wordpress-theme-twentyfourteen.

The following blockchain-related servers are also available in beta (“yellow” release channel) on all platforms except for armv6h (no user interface, connect with API):

  • Bitcoin daemon: Run your own Bitcoin blockchain
    Install with sudo pacman -S bitcoin and start with systemctl start bitcoind

  • Ethereum daemon: Run your own Ethereum blockchain
    Install with sudo pacman -S geth and start with systemctl start geth

  • Monero daemon: Run your own Monero blockchain
    Install with sudo pacman -S monero and start with systemctl start monerod