Is there anything wrong with using a non-self self-hosted dashboard?

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  • Organizr

    HTPC/Homelab Services Organizer - Written in PHP

    I'd like to promote another Dashboard app called Organizr. I used it since roughly a year now and I'm still excited how easy to use it is. It gets several updates each month (for plugins, integrations of other services and so on). Basically, you get a customizable sidebar and each link can be opened in an iframe (as long as the site supports being embedded). I also wrote a "Bookmark" plugin that adds a new item to the sidebar and can be configured through the settings pages. It's definetly worth a try :)

  • simple-dash

    A simple, fully responsive Dashboard to forward to the services of your choice! (by sbrl)

    Personally I use simple dash, which I've modified a bit in my personal fork:

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