Wakapi is a minimalist, self-hosted WakaTime-compatible backend for coding statistics. It’s cross platform (Windows, MacOS, Linux) and can be self-hosted to your local computer or your own server, so your data is really yours. This article will guide you how to run Wakapi on Linux operating system.
To manage WireGuard peers (client) on a single server easily, you can use WireGuard-UI, a web-based user interface to manage your WireGuard setup written in Go.
timvisee/send is a fork Mozilla’s discontinued Firefox Send, a file sharing experiment which allows users to send encrypted files to other users. So, this fork is a community effort to keep the project up-to-date and alive.
Commento is open-source privacy-focused commenting platform, It’s fast, bloat-free and can be self-hosted. This article guide you to install required dependencies like PostgreSQL (Ubuntu 20.04), setting up required Commento configuration and it’s SystemD to start the server automatically on when the system boot up. Additionally (but recommended), use Nginx as reverse proxy to serve Commento instance using HTTPS.
Dear future me who read this: Yes, you read it right. I’m running Matrix Synapse on HP Pavilion g7 Notebook PC (g7-1260us). When this article is published, it’s 11 years old laptop with broken battery, 4GB DDR3-1333 RAM and Sandy Bridge CPU (i3-2330M), plus the fan on the CPU headsink is not working.