HestiaCP has released the first version with number One 1.x of their fork of VestaCP.
The changelog of this new version
• Improved support for Let's Encrypt certificate generation • Addition of Let's Encrypt support for Control Panel – see v-add-letsencrypt-host • Enabled use of per-domain SSL certificates for inbound and outbound mail services • Consolidated template structure, removing over 50% duplicate code • Re-organized file system structure for domain configuration files • Fixed issues with HTTP-to-HTTPS redirecton • Fixed an issue where another website would load if browsing to a non-SSL enabled domaing using HTTPS. • Added the ability to change release branches through the user interface and command line • Added the ability to update using Git from the command line - see v-sys-update-hestia-git • Implemented support for SFTP chroot jails • A newly redesigned user interface which features: ○ A softer color palette which better matches the Hestia Control Panel logo colors. ○ A consolidated overview of domains and other information ○ Improved navigation paths to make things easier to find ○ Improved compatibility when viewing the Control Panel interface from a mobile device • Improved handling of mail domain DNS zone values • Enabled OCSP stapling on SSL-enabled web domains • Enabled support for HTTP Strict Transport Security on SSL-enabled web domains in the system backend– see v-change-web-domain-hsts