Getting Started

First Wins If you are just getting started, there is only one thing you must do: Get Your First Win.

Welcome Friends!

If you're new to self-hosting, or if you're trying it out for the first time in a production environment, this guide is for you. We'll walk you through the basics of getting started with self-hosting, and help you navigate the available options to find the right solution for your needs.

Know Your Mission

Before you start setting up your self-hosted software, it's important to know what your mission is. What are you hoping to accomplish with self-hosting? Are you looking for greater privacy and security for your data? Are you hoping to reduce costs or increase flexibility? Are you trying to improve collaboration and productivity within your team? Understanding your mission will help you choose the right software and set it up in a way that best meets your needs.

Know What's Available

Once you know your mission, it's time to explore the available options. Our self-hosting directory provides a comprehensive list of open source and self-hostable projects, organized by category. Take a look at the different options available for your mission and read through the documentation to see if they meet your needs.

Get To Production

Once you've chosen your software, it's time to get to production as quickly as possible. Don't worry about getting everything perfect right away. The most important thing is to get to a useful endpoint, so you can start reaping the benefits of self-hosting. Our hosting guides provide step-by-step instructions for setting up and maintaining self-hosted software, so you can get up and running quickly and easily.

Remember, self-hosting can seem daunting at first, but with the right resources and guidance, it can be a powerful tool for achieving your mission. At Project Libertas, we're committed to making self-hosting as easy as possible, so you can take control of your data and ensure your privacy and security online.

Written by prompt with ChatGPT March 3 Version and humanity's global training set. Thank you humans!