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Posts tagged "self-hosted"

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....

Airtable and n8n: a great fit

How to use a one-off workflow in n8n to fix data in Airtable....

Setting up a Matrix chat server

Last time I started writing this post, I ended up explaining how federated services work in general, and what Matrix can do in particular. This post will describe how to set up a homeserver of your own and join the Matrix chat network. (Update: The third part, Setting up Bridges, is here.) Initial considerationsI will be using the reference server implementation, Synapse. It offers two options for data storage: Postgres or SQLite. Since I only plan to use it myself, and even then I'm not sure whether I'll actually end up using it much (any chat platform is only useful...

Privacy, data ownership, federation, and the Matrix chat network

Matrix is a federated chat network. If you already know what it means, feel free to skip ahead a bit. Otherwise, here's the (very terse)[1] gist of it: The gist of it There are a number of issues with chat apps. Let's disregard those of accessibility or usability - there are plenty of tools with great user experiences, so everyone can find something just right. Let's just focus on two common issues: privacy and ownership. Privacy - and I also include security in this, since you can hardly have privacy if your communication lines aren't secure[2] - determines...

Trying out Passbolt (with Docker)

A step-by-step guide for getting from a clean Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to a running Passbolt instance with a simplistic Docker setup....