Category: Personal domain

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

A lighter website

Following up with the last post, I decided to make my website even faster (which probably doesn't make a difference anymore). The logo My pages (HTML only) were about 21KB (without compression), but 11KB of those consisted of an SVG that appeared in all of them: the logo. The logo... Read more

A lightweight website

Since the start of this site, having a lightweight website has been one of my priorities. Every file served has been minimized, you won't see any pictures that aren't vector graphics (except for the favicon.ico file) and users don't need to download fonts or JavaScript libraries. On top of that,... Read more

New domain name: oscarbenedito.com

After a lot of thought, I have decided to change my domain to oscarbenedito.com. My website should be completely moved, however other services (including my email) are still under the obenedito.org domain, I will move them progressively when I have time to do so.... Read more

Deploying a website built with Hugo

I have previously talked about creating a personal website, in this post I will talk about hosting it. More specifically, I'm going to explain how to host a website built with Hugo. Hosting without a server If you don't have a server or don't want to be in charge of... Read more