#WordPress Group and Column blocks that have CurateWP
2.0 blocks within them will present new controls, allowing you to change multiple CurateWP blocks at once!
Check out this early demo:
@eleciadean I’ve read that some servers rename it to something else. Personally, I like it and find it amusing 😆
Linode makes it so easy to setup your own dynamic DNS through their API and CLI tools.
Makes it easy to expose specific services on a homelab and use Let's Encrypt SSL certs.
Decided to use an old Macbook Air (2c/i7/2GHz) with a broken backlight as my cheap #homelab with my EX2100 NAS for now.
Setup OpenVPN, Portainer, Nginx Proxy, Pi-hole, and Nextcloud so far.
External access only available through VPN but I may expose some services in the future.
Personal philosophy on selfhosting
There are a lot of things I would like to selfhost and play with but its clear that I just don't have the time to do all of it. With every extra server, service and layer complexity that's more and more time and difficulty setting up and troubleshooting and fixing if things go wrong. Maximum simplicity and utility gained in the least amount of time is where I get excited.
@kelbot it’s good to balance it for your own needs so that it’s still fun. I love doing mechanical work on my car and would love to do more but there is a time where I just need to use it. If my lack of experience or time to work on it prevents me from using it, it’s better to pay someone with more experience who can work on it quicker.
List of GNU Distros on Mastodon
Please help me share.
- Ubuntu @ubuntu
- Ubuntu MATE @ubuntumate
- Kubuntu @Kubuntu
- Xubuntu @xubuntu
- Lubuntu @lubuntu
- Ubuntu Studio @ubuntustudio - Mint @linuxmint
- Debian @debian
- openSUSE @opensuse
- PureOS @purism
- GuixSD @guix
- Manjaro @manjarolinux
- OpenMandriva @OpenMandriva
- elementary OS @elementary
- MX @mxlinux
Not joined yet:
- Red Hat
@kev great post!
I agree big instances are helpful for people to get started. I started my own because I’m more technically minded, know how to manage my own servers, and was fascinated and curious about the inner workings.
If we truly want to make this a better for all to use we have to think about the non-technical user. They most likely won’t spin up their own instance and instead find one to join.
As I've revealed in my last Patreon post, I've been working on adding end-to-end encryption APIs into Mastodon as an upgrade to the direct message system.
Any and all technical details available at the moment are here:
An implementation guide for app developers is being worked on.
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