it might be possible, either by forking the work of a developer and maintaining it ourself or by following a container inside the docker hub.
As a matter of fact we just have to migrate the mysql database where it is stored calendar and address book, then install SOGo on NS8. Obviously it is cheaper to say it than to do it but I do not know why it could not be done.
My fault, i forget completely about the different structure of NS8 as container orchestrator.
So it could never work / continue the old way, but SOGo has to be dockerized like Weptop and all the other offered applications will be. As far as I didn’t see any hint of SOGo in the NS8 roadmap, I assume that there will not be any one-click SOGo container install in the NS8 release. So I think I have to do my homeworks and learn more about the new concept of NS8 an how the containers communicate to each other, as i.e. SOGo has to be aware of the LDAP and Mail database. Or simply take a deaper look at Webtop
yes containers work a bit differently than rpm, but the good new now is that we have enough code example done to help the development of new modules. For example, roundcubemail could be a good example to copy in order to start something. Obviously you will have some specific stuffs to SOGo, but the backend to discover the mail server inside the cluster will be the same.
I remember the name of the project. I’d only put on a such lower priority this package.
I’d also love to know if Nethesis is becoming a commercial partner for Crowdsec but I think that only time will tell.