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The Small Organisation Server is a work in progress towards a Debian Blend targeted at Small Organisations, such as clubs, with minimal technical knowledge. The Small Organisation Server is a work in progress towards a Debian Blend targeted at Small Organisations, such as clubs, with minimal technical knowledge. It is intended to be installed on a hosted server, and used and administered through a web interface. The administrator should not require a detailed understanding of DNS records, Firewall rules, ports etc)
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 * Email
 * Instant Messenger
 * Web publishing
 * Social Media
 * Video calling/meeting
 * Email  (Postfix, Dovecot, Roundcube)
 * Instant Messenger  (XMPP - EJabberd (or Prosody tbd), JSXC)
 * Web publishing (Wordpress)
 * Social Media (Pleroma)
 * Video calling/meeting  (Jitsi (or Janus tbd)
 * Video published (Peertube)

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The Small Organisation Server is a work in progress towards a Debian Blend targeted at Small Organisations, such as clubs, with minimal technical knowledge. It is intended to be installed on a hosted server, and used and administered through a web interface. The administrator should not require a detailed understanding of DNS records, Firewall rules, ports etc)

Target Users

A sample group of users is The Ambridge Garden Club, but the distibution should be accessible and useful to

  • craft groups
  • parish councils
  • Women's Institutes

Software Choices

Infrastructure

These underlie the other components

  • Slapd
  • Apache2
  • Certbot

Email

  • Postfix
  • Dovecot
  • Roundcube

Roadmap

  • Email (Postfix, Dovecot, Roundcube)
  • Instant Messenger (XMPP - EJabberd (or Prosody tbd), JSXC)
  • Web publishing (Wordpress)
  • Social Media (Pleroma)
  • Video calling/meeting (Jitsi (or Janus tbd)
  • Video published (Peertube)

Source and current status

The current status is very early, and fluid, but there is a project page

The Debian package built from this project is still very basic, does install, but configuration has to be done by editing configuration files, and currently expects an LDAP server which the package does not yet configure.