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Updated self-hosted FAQ. #286

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## Self-Hosted OpenPhoto FAQ
### How can I install OpenPhoto?
-We have lots of guides to help you through the installation process. Check them out here.
+We have lots of guides to help you through the installation process. <a href="http://theopenphotoproject.org/documentation">Check them out here</a>. We welcome <a href="http://github.com/photo/frontend">contributions on Github</a> if you see one that's incomplete.
### Can I install OpenPhoto to a subdirectory of my site?
Not yet, but it's on our wishlist.
### How does support for multiple users work?
We support multiple users through separate domains. <a href="https://github.com/photo/frontend/issues/318">See this issue on why it works that way.</a>
-### I want to move to a self-hosted instance after using the hosted OpenPhoto site. How do I do this?
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-### I want to switch from a self-hosted instance to using the hosted OpenPhoto site. How do I do that?
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### Is your mobile app available for self-hosted users?
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+Yes! Download the app <a href="http://itunes.com/apps/theopenphotoapp">for iOS</a> or <a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.openphoto.android.app">Android</a>.
### I just changed my domain name. Why am I getting prompted for new settings?
-This is normal. OpenPhoto configs are bound to a site, not a server. Since a site is defined by its hostname, you can have multiple sites on one host provided that they have different hostnames. So go change your settings.
+This is normal. OpenPhoto configs are bound to a site, not a server. Since a site is defined by its hostname, you can have multiple sites on one host provided that they have different hostnames. So go ahead and change your settings.
-### I encountered a security issue that shouldn't be public. How should I let you know?
-Email us.
+### I encountered a security issue in OpenPhoto. What's the best way to let you know?
+<a href="https://github.com/photo/frontend/issues">Report it as an issue at Github</a>. If you don't feel comfortable exposing a security issue, reach out to someone on the core team and email us individually.
### Something broke. How do I let you know?
Check <a href="https://github.com/photo/frontend/issues">our issue tracker at Github</a> first; if the issue you're encountering isn't already there, then start a new issue and describe what you ran across.

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