Does anyone know a program to design keyboard shortcut cheatsheets?
The output should be something like the top half of this picture:
Without the need of being fancy, just something that shows a keyboard and a word for each key. Bonus points if it can all be configured through plaintext instead of a GUI.
Also, if you like it and think it's lobste.rs worthy, please share it there! I thought it would be good (and the feedback), but it won't allow me to publish because I'm new 😅
I wrote a post about setting up a minimal Git server with a simple website.
Anyway, this was all due to this post https://rusingh.com/articles/2020/06/04/keeping-myself-motivated-to-write/ where I found a new blogroll which was also due to "right time right place", since it doesn't look very discoverable otherwise. Now I have 3 blogrolls to check out when looking for new blogs :)
So what I do is hope that those two blogrolls have been updated. Is there a standard "/blogroll" page so I can easily automate looking for blogrolls in the blogs I follow? Or maybe a site listing some? https://indieweb.org/blogroll seems a bit outdated.
I might investigate all the blogs I list on my blogroll and see if they have one and link to it next to the RSS link (if you are there, you'll probably want to see more).
Also mine is an example of hard-to-find blogroll, I should fix that
I find that sometimes I want to follow some more blogs, and blogrolls are a good start to discover new sites, but I don't want to go through all the blogs I follow looking around if they have a blogroll - maybe it's listed on the footer, maybe on the navbar, maybe there isn't a direct link but it exists.
New Blog: A Plea for Patience From a Privacy Enthusiast
I found this post by @thenewoil very nice (and even inspiring). I definitely recommend reading it!
I normally don't link to blog posts here, but I felt like it so here I go!
On not caring about privacy
(I guess this happens in other social networks that I simply don't use, but also I had never messaged people I didn't know in real life on other networks, so there is definitely something different here!)
Pro tip: When you are working from home, use codimd.org to share your notes with all participants.
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Finally set up goaccess so it adds all the information from the last day once logrotate does it's thing and put the output behind a password.
For the first time I documented everything! I need to document how I set up everything else since I didn't do it back in the day. Now I realise it might be helpful in the future if something happens to the server or I change providers.
Self-hosting takes some time to set up, but so far very fun! (Documenting not so much)
I finally have my server running with a website, it also runs gotify and a couple other useful programs.
What are good ways to back it up? Just document how I set up everything?
The content itself isn't what I worry about, I am asking about the setup. I have heard about Ansible but have no idea what it does. Does it solve this problem? Maybe doing something with Docker? (also not very familiar).
Any knowledge welcome! I am a bit lost in this matter.
Do you know any methods to send notification to your phone from a server you are running?
I found https://gotify.net which looks great (self-hosted and FOSS!) but I wanted to ask in case you know of anything else I should look into.
Student. Currently working on transferring my online accounts to privacy-respecting alternatives powered by free software.
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