Alex tempts Chris with his Obsidian ways, our thoughts on Drobo going bankrupt, and Photoprism adding paid tiers. Plus, the slick suite of tools you'll want to run on your LAN.
1 Jun • Podcast Index
Looks like I finally figured out how to boost. Been listening for a couple of months and really appreciate all of the content you all produce
Great show guys
Loved the pick in Ep 97, I set up IT-Tools on my domain and use it all the time now both at work and at home!
23 May • Podcast Index
Boosting extra due to wordiness last time! My core concern: If you're de-Googling, does that include avoiding Google/GitHub/etc as identity providers? If yes, would you self-host the identity provider (e.g. Ory) at home?
Portainer is basically just a UI slapped on top of Docker. Docker doesn't really do one click updates unless your using Compose or Swarm. We currently run Swarm and an older version of Portainer on my current work tasking. Swarm supports updating with multiple update strategies available based on whether you want services to go down during the update or not, but the version of Portainer we're using doesn't have UI support for that. Still you'd think that at this point they would have added that.
Tp link's powerline adapters were a life saver early on in the pandemic. We were forced to work from home and my office is at the top of the house. Routing ethernet through the house wasn't feasible. The setup and pairing was easy. I'm still using it today.
Hi guys. I'm ditching Fountain because it keeps losing my stuff, so I decided to send you my sats. In relation to the discussions about note keeping apps, have you looked at Tiddlywiki.com? It's a masterpiece of software engineering with a great community. A single html file contains the app and your data, and it can be easily hosted as a node.js server. There's much more I could say about it, but the website has it all. This boost is my postcode (hint: AU). Regards, Mal.
Thank You doe your hard work bringing the JB shows to us! Listening to Self Hosted, linux Unplugged, Linux Action News, Coder Radio among others! Listening from Dennark