I run a lot of services. While many of them are limited access or for personal use, there’s also a good handful of things I run essentially as a public service. Meet the cast of characters:
Serving files up to 2.5GB and storing them for up to seven days, send.ci swoops in to be a convenient (and secure!) file-sharing solution.
Send.ci runs Send, a de-branded and still maintained fork of Mozilla Send. All uploaded content is encrypted at rest and decrypted at download with a provided client-side key.
In need of a quick, convenient image uploader without enough ads to drown a fish? Snips.to comes to the rescue, letting you send a snip to anyone!
A developer’s best friend is their project’s source code, and storing it always comes with complications — how visible does it need to be? Are you okay with the terms of whichever large forge you’re dumping your code on? Et cetera.
git.tf keeps things simple by providing a small, convenient location for keeping your code safe, secure and accessible. Git.tf runs Gitea, and comes with its sidekick, Woodpecker, a minimal but very functional CI system.