• Welcome to the first edition of “screaming into the void about what’s on my box”, this time about collaboration! These are tools I personally use a ton for sharing content with others — that content being text, slightly richer documents, files and code.

  • Self-Hosting: The Basics

    Welcome to volume 0.5 of my Self-Hosting series, going over a few core elements you’ll probably need for your server. This isn’t an end-all-be-all list of stuff, but odds are you’ll probably need most of these components eventually.

  • When deploying Docker containers on a more niche environment, expect surprises.

  • Enabling SSO in WordPress

    Recently, I’ve been working on refactoring the infrastructure I host. In addition to migrating from an almost painful amount of questionably managed Docker containers to a reasonably clean docker-compose.yml, this also involved trying to centralize the authentication flow for a handful of various apps.

  • What’s on my desk?

    Inspired by cb’s post earlier this week, and by the same friends’ musings, I felt it would be fun to go over what my every day equipment is. This probably won’t convince you to use it, but serves more as a clarification of why I use it. With that out of the way, let’s talk…

  • With the “infrastructure as code” renaissance, managing infrastructure has never been easier. Every change is easily recordable and reproducible and, because it’s all code, it’s never been easier to store a history of what’s changed to easily review in git log. But short of running your own DNS servers and running custom scripts to convert…