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A non-commercial, fully open-source VPS management panel.
Definitely not ready for production use yet. Check back later!
TBD. Initially, only QEMU/KVM will be supported. Support for other virtualization and/or containerization technologies may follow later, if there’s enough demand.
Contributions are very welcome! Please keep the following things in mind:
We welcome contributions from developers of any experience level, but we do have a very high code quality standard. Don’t worry if you’re not sure how to reach that standard; when you submit a PR, we’ll help you get there by doing a code review.
This does mean that you should only create a Pull Request if you’re willing to work on incrementally improving it before it gets merged! “Hit-and-run” PRs will very likely be closed.
If you’re planning on submitting a large or architecturally-significant PR, please open an issue first to ask whether there’s interest in the change - otherwise, you might end up doing a lot of work for nothing.
Quite simple, really:
Bans and other repercussions are at the discretion of maintainers.