However Rockstor’s behind the scenes infrastructure is currently undergoing some changes and that is delaying the public ‘push’ of these changes. Hopefully this should be a short lived thing and we can, with the new infrastructure in place, start to release changes more rapidly.
But yes some Rock-ons haven’t received much attention. We mostly depend on community contributions for the maintenance of this repository but I do intend myself to put some more time into updates once I’m done with getting the hosting server arrangement into it’s newer form.
You might be surprised. Take a quick look at the following instructions on creating Rock-ons:
Each Rock-on definition is just a single json file.
You might also be interested in the current, as yet unpublished, list of Rock-ons which is now significantly larger than our published list that appears in the Web-UI:
But as yet Seafile Rock-on. But I have now added a GitHub issue to note your request:
Hope that helps and thanks for helping to support Rockstor’s development via a stable subscription.
@phillxnet already detailed everything, but I simply wanted to add more regarding the Seafile request.
There already has been demand for Seafile, and quite recently @TexasDex shared his attempt at it. As you can see in the forum thread linked below, Seafile was displaying a rather odd behavior that I unforunately haven’t had more time to dig further. It may have been related to the upstream docker container, however, so maybe a newer version of it may give better results. See the thread below:
Would you be willing to create an issue in the rockon-registry repository for each of the rock-on you noticed were outdated? Some of them may have already been updated but yet to be published as @phillxnet explained, but if there are other that need refreshing, it would be very helpful to have a list so that we can remedy the problem.
Thanks a lot!
Make sure to have a quick look at the opened and closed PR / Issue on the rockon-registry repository as well, as these names sound very familiar to me and I feel they were updated recently (I could, of course, be completely wrong about that).