You write in the Hubs docs:> Hubs Cloud allows you to run your own hub on a private server.
And then at the bottom of the page:> Currently, Hubs Cloud is offered on AWS and DigitalOcean.You seem to have a weird definition of "private server". When will I be able to run Hubs on a private server that is located in my basement?!Cloud servers are anything but "private".
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It is already possible to self-host Hubs on an on-premise server, though the steps to do so vary depending on your desired configuration and requires configuring different parts of the stack independently. We have several discussion threads on GitHub with pointers on how to do so.
Thank you for your feedback on the term "private". It's one that has different meanings to folks (in this case, private to the account hosting the server, rather than being maintained by Mozilla's account) so I've submitted a PR to update that page on the documentation site to be more specific.
@k3ll4gr0upwant to add to the discussion here and warmly welcome you to a sub-community in our developer channels with folks running Hubs on their own metal called #dev-self-hosting. We would love some help in writing documentation for others on how to get set-up, there are a few documents out there but no tutorials on self-hosting in our community blog, Creator Labs, yet.for a real world example of a self-hosted (no cloud service) Hubs, check out what the team at Raumwelten Festival accomplished.thank you for your post!
+1 with k3ll4group seem more "commercial" than open source.
Why there are not basic Doc /deployment script for ex for selfhosted for basic config.
What conposant in tre docker.