Infrastructure

  • Let's Take Wikipedia Offline!
    Let's Take Wikipedia Offline!
    Well, not literally. But what if you could look up Wikipedia in an instant, without even requiring a working internet connection?
    Call it doomsday prepping or just a precaution, but let’s see if we can have our own copy of Wikipedia running offline, without having too much trouble along the way.
  • Project Updates Q4 2021
    Project Updates Q4 2021
    Project updates from the current consecutive three-month period, with info on the current status of my projects and next steps. You might find this interesting in case you’re using any of my open source tools.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part Three
    Linux on the Desktop: Part Three
    I’ve been rocking Linux on the desktop for quite some time now and decided to provide some insights into what it’s like on a day-to-day basis, as well as cover some of the questions people had about my setup specifically.
  • Project Updates Q3 2021
    Project Updates Q3 2021
    Project updates from the current consecutive three-month period, with info on the current status of my projects and next steps. You might find this interesting in case you’re using any of my open-source tools.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part Two
    Linux on the Desktop: Part Two
    After more than 10 years on macOS I made the switch back to Linux on my desktop – but not how I originally intended. The PC laptop market is bonkers and I decided to not play along.
  • SourceHut: builds.sr.ht Jobs on Ephemeral DigitalOcean Droplets
    SourceHut: builds.sr.ht Jobs on Ephemeral DigitalOcean Droplets
    Let’s optimize costs and energy consumption of SourceHut-based Git infrastructures by integrating its CI service, builds.sr.ht, with a cloud infrastructure provider, namely DigitalOcean.
  • Tracked No More: Goodbye Google
    Tracked No More: Goodbye Google
    Goodbye Google! For the past couple of years I’ve been using the company’s services extensively, but with the amount of scandals and privacy issues it was time to cut ties.
  • Linux on the Desktop: Part One
    Linux on the Desktop: Part One
    I left the Linux desktop nearly 10 years ago. Now I’m trying to go back in order to escape from a closed-source environment, by investigating on possible hardware options and trying out first steps on cheap alternatives.
  • Haunted No More: Goodbye Ghost
    Haunted No More: Goodbye Ghost
    Goodbye Ghost! After a long time with little improvement and many struggles I’ve moved this journal to a leaner and more managable platform.
  • Ultra-Portable Data Center
    Ultra-Portable Data Center
    I’m travelling. A lot. And I work with data. With a lot of data. A lot of private data. My own data, but also data from clients. Highly confidential data.