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Posts tagged "self-hosted"

Setting up server monitoring, then throwing it away

If you spend any time around places where folks talk about self-hosting, you've probably seen at least two things in abundance: screenshots of server dashboards, and screenshots of groups of cool-looking charts. The latter ones often are taken from monitoring software of some sort. They look impressive and suggest serious business. Just look at this dash taken from Grafana's web! However, I never felt like setting something like that up. At my scale and for my use-cases, it seemed completely un...

Trying out Audiobookshelf

I've tried Audiobookshelf more or less by accident, but I like it. Once a few issues have been fixed, I will gladly give it another go....

Looking for Airtable alternatives

I really like Airtable [https://airtable.com/]. It's a user-friendly spreadsheet/database app that supports relationships between tables. I've written about it here a few times already. However, their business model is not a great fit for my use-case. They're understandably focused on business users that can afford to shell out a lot more money than me. I only use it occasionally for tracking my own personal collections and after many years of using it, I am slowly bumping into the record limi...

Made a new web template for .Net and Vue

To make Obskurnee, I had to set up a lot of things to get the desired stack. Here it is: feel free to rip off whatever strikes your fancy....

Introducing Obskurnee: A Companion for your Book Club

Obskurnee is a companion for your Book Club that will help you decide on your book club's next read, along with a few other things. It's a web app you can host yourself....