There’s a project I’ve been enthusiastically following for the past year-and-a-bit… and even discussed a bit about it with @sil at Oggcamp last year… It’s a self-hosting server for web applications called Sandstorm.
Basically, you install the sandstorm service following the instructions at https://sandstorm.io/install and either get a sandcats.io URL (which is a combination DDNS service that also provides a wildcard TLS certificate for the domain) or your own URL.
You get a “login” URL at the end of the setup, and then you associate it with Github, Google, or SMTP based login (and if you’re an “at work” person, you can also get it to do LDAP or SAML login). Once you’ve got it set up, you install web apps via their app catalogue at https://apps.sandstorm.io.
The guy who set up the project is an ex-googler, and there’s a fairly sensible hosted service which you can test it out on (https://oasis.sandstorm.io) or just… pay for!
Anyway, it’d be great to have you talk about it, and maybe even worth getting someone from the team on the show