Hey, first time here. Do you plan to offer support for the Virtualmin and Cloudmin panels, and work this through with the guys fr om Webmin, the developers? It is the only thing keeping me and others using Cloud Linux, because once you get into those panels, can\'t just go back to cpanel and stuff... And they are close to what the heart of the Open Source means, they are working hard but being pretty modest even if they are monster coders and have a business model similar to yours, in the same spirit sort-of -speak. Joe and Jamie there, are the kind of guys that can put serious amounts of work if the other side is interested.
Yeah, we know there are more money in other areas, but why not something extra? Virtualmin and Cloudmin came a long way from wh ere they were a few years ago, you should check them out again, especially with the new API for themes and bootstrap. Try Authentic if you think that\'s not an attractive control panel, which in early beta it is more stable and beautifull than cpanel in his best days (sorry for being such a sucker for my panel).
PS: I am not affiliated with them in any way. I just strongly love or hate some of the things in this universe.
We don\'t plan to develop native plugins for Virtualmin, due to very small number of people using it.
I did provide Jamie couple of CL licenses years ago in case he would like to extend Virtualadmin to support CL.
Otherwise -- it would still work, but all the controls would be command line.