@celia If you don’t want the hassle of fiddling with a reverse proxy, perhaps you could add local dns entries in your hosts file?
@celia I love docker sometimes! Being able to build a config locally and then with a couple of commands to transfer it to another host just seems like cheating!
@jbauer: Could you do a follow-up post in a week or two outlining any differences etc you've encountered between Pleroma and Mastodon? I'm royally sick of hosting my own Mastodon instance today.
Networking is HARD!
I'm trying to get some of my network traffic permanently going through a network-wide VPN connection. I actually have that set on my Edgerouter with a network group of devices...but they then can't access my locally self-hosted applications which are _not_ going through the VPN! I know it's not a port forward issue...at best guess it's a DNAT issue...and it's driving me nuts.
Not entirely sure why, but suddenly apps are not connecting to my mastodon instance...awesome. Connections are just timing out but the web interface works fine...Given the articles I've seen recently about #pleroma and reading the experience of @jbauer I'm immediately wondering about migration. I'll leave it a few hours and hope it's just my VPS having issues or the tech Gods decide to impart blessings.
Bitwarden, my password manager of choice, has published their latest security audit.
Read about the Bitwarden commitment to security.
Getting the u-syndicated microformat embedded into posts in a way that isn't irritatingly manual has pushed me towards a total hack-job solution...but it seems to work.: https://cshire.xyz/my-ridiculous-workflow/
@nicolapcweek94 No problem mate, I’m only ever so slightly ahead of you…and getting stuck regularly!
@nicolapcweek94 Hugo and webmentions were a real pain for me! Not sure what you’re site hosting situation is, but found https://zerokspot.com/weblog/2020/06/14/setting-up-webmentiond/ to be easy enough to get running to receive and https://github.com/PlaidWeb/Pushl for sending. Hope this helps!
How are people with static #indieweb sites adding their syndicated content? I can use brid.gy to automatically POSSE a post to Mastodon, but I’m not crazy about the idea of then manually adding the POSSE’d links to my posts and republishing the site - Are there any utilities to fetch the POSSE’d URLs from Brid.gy/ RSS feed etc that can be embedded in a Hugo generated page?
Getting the last pieces of the Webmentions puzzle sorted to better integrate IndieWeb tech into my site!: https://cshire.xyz/pushl-and-brid.gy-integrations/
Using this post as a test to see if responses are working between Brid.gy and my site…All of this is rather harder than I initially realised!
Logwatch and Encrypted Notifications: https://cshire.xyz/logwatch-and-encrypted-notifications/
@zerok Have you seen what GitHub student offers? Students can grab a free domain name from either name.com or namecheap, as well as a digital ocean droplet and more! I assume this would be accessible in Europe, my students in Asia have signed up! Perhaps not exactly the same as DoOO, but I think it’s pretty sweet- https://hackernoon.com/guide-to-githubs-student-developer-pack-in-2020-qrx3uk6?source=rss
@xosem @AntonioVinas I think podcasts in general could be handled better to entice the #privacy conscious crowd- not sure I like a future where people equate podcasts with Spotify/ Apple etc rather than something as open as it is accessible. I’m an iOS user, so not sure gpodder would work for me. Seems like there is a gap in the market for this! Cheers for the suggestion though!
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A personal Mastodon server. If we're going to decentralise the web and wrestle some control back from the corporations who monetise our data, projects like this needs to be supported!