Just curious, how many of you are selfhosting? I mean actually running services from your home machine and not renting a vps or a server.
Often I feel paranoid somebody is exploiting my mistakes and gets access to my home network.
Everybody around me seems to think it's weird and unnecessary to turn all the electricity devices like computer, phone and wifi off for the night.
Then I don't understand why should they be on. Well for the phone I understand if you need to respond to emergency situation but I have no such responsibility.
But of course my server runs 24/7...it doesn't really have to but I'm lazy.
TIL you can use #pfsense as reverse proxy.
There is now a Mastodon instance for publishing scientists: FediScience.
Everyone is welcome from PhD student to professor, as well as researchers from outside of academia. You are welcome to stay afterwards, but it is also easy to change to another server.
There will be a lot of science talk on this server, but there is no need to only talk science
Boosts are appreciated to let others know about this new instance.
Learning about conteiners. Using #Alpine as a base so I guess I'm not on GNU/Linux atm.
I'm becoming increasingly lazy with server management. Before I was doing everything from command line, now I just use #cockpit
I think this is pretty big.
Signal introduces opt out for PINs (beta):
Read also some valid points by M. Marlinspike:
Nas is still #freebsd but zfs on linux is starting to look very promising so might change that one point.
#Gentoo for the times I feel like tweaking but I'm still not comfortable enough to use it on daily tasks.
Compiling #gentoo isn't that bad if you install minimal system and use binary packages for browsers.
But I wouldn't have patience to use full blown desktop with my hardware.