Changes on this blog

After a while I am writing about changes on this blog. The major changes in short are:

  • New domain name.
  • Self-hosted on VPS which is powered by Artix.
  • Own git server powered by Gitea.
  • Openring integration which provides links to articles from blogs I follow.

For the future I plan some things, but the current setup is working fine so I have no idea when it will be done. The things I plan to do in the future are:

  • Move to different static site generator
  • Change the html template to something of my own creation
  • Prepare some nice landing page at my top level domain, which is for now empty
  • And probably many more but I will be glad to make even one of these work.

Articles from blogs I follow:

ARPA2CM released – some CMake modules

One of the more broadly-useful things to come out of KDE Frameworks efforts is, in my opinion, the KDE Extra CMake Modules (ECM). Since KDE software nearly-universally uses CMake as (meta-)build system, a lot of common functionality is distilled into the …

via [bobulate] January 20, 2022

Help Chile write free software values, privacy, and digital sovereignty into their constitution

For those out of the loop, a group which included myself up until recently,1 Chile is in the midst of a revolution. They’re fighting against the increased cost of living, privatization of essential services, and worsening inequality — problems facing everyon…

via Drew DeVault's blog January 19, 2022

About Logging

TL;DR: This post also talks about the problems I faced while working on my logging. To log to syslog from within my containers that do not support configuring a remote syslog server, I had syslog-ng expose a unix domain socket and mounte…

via PapaTutuWawa's Blog April 16, 2021

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