Fa uns dies va creuar-me pel davant el Manifest for posting online in 2023 i em va semblar bona idea fer-ne una traducció al català, tenint en compte que no sóc escriptor ni traductor, i el meu anglès és el que és.
Em sembla una bona reflexió per tenir a mà quan navegem per aquest internet que tenim, i en general per prendre'ns tot una mica amb més distància. Viuriem tots una mica millor.
One day a message crossed my #Mastodon timeline: There is a simple #bookmarks #NodeJS application that federates via #ActivityPub as any other #fediverse account! Great, I have to try it. One month later I have my new LinkBlog up and running.
This post explains the installation of #Postmarks and also covers the set up of a customization strategy that allows to keep the project code up to date.
While working in my pyxavi #Python library I was wondering how complicated would it be to publish it as the rest of the packages I use often. How difficult is to build and distribute a project through #PyPI? In this article I go through the steps of building and publishing a Python package into PyPI with #Poetry for everyone to use it.
Lately I find lot of interesting projects that run over #NodeJS, and TBH I have no too much idea. So then what is better than installing it at home to play around? In this article I go through the (really easy) installation process of Node JS 20.
After installing an Apache in a #RaspberryPi, one of the common next steps is to add support for #PHP. Here I describe the steps to install and set up the PHP version 8.2 into our little host, including some of the most common modules / extensions and the integration with #Apache2
In the path to have a #RaspberryPi serving a blog, one classic step is to install an #Apache2 web server. In this post I describe the process including permissions, modules and virtual host setup.
Summer is gone and at home there is some maintenance to do. #RaspberryPiOS has updated from #bullseye to #bookworm and I have some machines to catch up. Here I log the steps I did to upgrade the first one.
With the landing of the new #Mastodon v4.2.0, I decided to document the process I take to build and apply a new #Docker image for the instance I maintain at talamanca.social. Even it is distributed with an official Docker image, there are some customizations (mostly icons and images) that I want to keep and therefore I must build my own one.
Aquest va ser un dels primers acords amb la parella quan vam descobrir que estava embarassada. Voliem saltar a la carretera el màxim de temps possible, i això (més o menys) és el que farem a partir de demà o demà passat.
Em ve de gust escriure quatre línies sobre el tema, com a fita assolida, i com a visió del que ve en els propers 3 mesos.
As I presented LaDragonera.com days ago, I have a #Pixelfed instance that I maintain on my own. It has been running and federating for almost a month and I am proud to see how well now behaves with the current load.
In this article I go through the steps I did to bring it up into a #RaspberryPi under #Docker.