Category: Decentralization

Setting up a personal Git server

Running a personal Git server is something that has been on my mind for quite a long time. One of the most popular solutions I have seen around is Gitea. A couple of months ago, when trying out different things, I decided to run Gitea locally to see how easy... Read more

Use web feeds!

Web feeds are data formats used to provide users with updates through web syndication. Websites can use web feeds to post their content in a format that allows users to easily check for updates regularly. Examples of web feeds are Atom, RSS or JSON Feed. The most popular is RSS,... Read more

File synchronization software: Syncthing

Syncthing is a file synchronization program. It allows you to sync files between computers over LAN or the Internet. It is a very simple program that just gets the job done. I use it to synchronize files between two computers and my phone. When synchronizing two computers, I find it... Read more

Your corner of the Internet

We tend to have online accounts across different social networks and services. We upload our projects in some sites, we post on different ones and we follow different people on all of them. Our online identities—along with everything we share—are all over the place, but there is a way to... Read more

New website hosting servers

Until yesterday, this website had been hosted by GitLab (using GitLab Pages). For some time now the fact that they used servers owned by Google bothered me, so I have been looking for a new host for a while. One possibility I looked at was paying for a virtual private... Read more