Author: René Wagner <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 5 Jan 2021 18:00:09 +0100
update of coding section
4 files changed, 35 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)
diff --git a/archive.gmi b/archive.gmi
@@ -2,6 +2,10 @@
+### 2020-12-17 small additions here & there
+using orrg more or less as a daily driver for some feeds i stumble across various monstrosities of useless formatting inside the xml sources. I'll try to fight and improve the feed rendering whenever possible
+in the meantime i'll keep adding some interesting capsules to transit, still a lot left to explore
### 2020-12-14 geddit
i came across *geddit* a few days ago - a interactive link collection with commenting system - i really like the community based approach to collect interesting stuff in geminispace. We'll see how long it takes until spammers take over ...
=> gemini://geddit.pitr.ca go to geddit
@@ -22,7 +26,7 @@ orrg has seen some good progress in the last days. It's state seems mature enoug
### 2020-11-25 feeds for gemini
I'm proud to introduce *orrg*, a rss/atom feed reader for gemini. orrg renders a rss or atom feed as gemini site for easier reading. There is still some work to do to make feeds with heavily rely on HTML for formatting look good, but it essentially works already.
=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/orrg/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fgit.sr.ht%2F~rwa%2Forrg%2Flog%2Frss.xml orrg demo rendering the commit log of the repo
### 2020-11-22 where is this capsule run?
gemini is great for people who'd like to be indepented and self-host their services. For whom it may interest i've added a description of my setup. See the *info* section below.
diff --git a/cgmnlm.png b/cgmnlm.png
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diff --git a/hosting.gmi b/hosting.gmi
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# self-hosting setup @ gmn.clttr.info
-My gemini capsule is - in company with some other services - run on a server at my home. This site describes the setup and why i've choosen it.
+My gemini capsule - in company with some other services - runs on a server at my home. This site describes the setup and why i've choosen it.
@@ -17,10 +17,10 @@ I prefer the KISS principle, thus i use a very simple partitioning scheme with e
-=> https://debian.org * Debian Buster with Backports
-* Web: Apache 2 & PHP-FPM
-=> https://mmonit.com/monit * Monitoring: monit
-=> https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/gmnisrv * Gemini: gmnisrv
+=> https://debian.org Debian Buster with Backports
+=> https://apache.org Web & Reverse proxy: Apache 2 (PHP-FPM)
+=> https://mmonit.com/monit Monitoring: monit
+=> https://git.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/gmnisrv Gemini: gmnisrv
@@ -29,13 +29,12 @@ I prefer the KISS principle, thus i use a very simple partitioning scheme with e
=> gemini://gmn.clttr.info this capsule
=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info orrg - online feed renderer for gemini
=> gemini://when.willgemini.support When will gemini support?
-=> gemini://gmnfaq.clltr.info gmnifaq demo site
+=> gemini://gmnfaq.clttr.info gmnifaq demo site
-* private Nextcloud instance including TURN server
+=> https://nextcloud.com private Nextcloud instance including TURN server
=> https://selfoss.aditu.de private selfoss instance
-=> https://kiwiirc.com KiwiIRC
@@ -53,7 +52,7 @@ My backup strategy is split in 2 parts:
### local backups
I have 3 hard disks which hold a rotating backup that is created once a week. The disks rest in a fire-prove safe in my house.
-The data is rsync'ed to the disks. This results in full-backups reaching back 3 weeks which can be accessed directly by attaching the disk to an arbitrary system.
+The data is rsync'ed to the disks. This results in full-backups reaching back 3 weeks which can be accessed directly by attaching the disk to an arbitrary system - no sepcial tooling needed.
### cloud backups
The "cloud" backups are created automatically every night. It creates a full-backup every month and incremental backups in between. These backups are compressed and encrypted.
diff --git a/index.gmi b/index.gmi
@@ -12,6 +12,13 @@ You'll mostly find tech and coding related stuff here.
+### 2021-01-05 cgmnlm
+i've created a fork of gmni (or to be more precise gmnlm) which i call *cgmnlm* as it adds colored formatting to the gemtext special lines
+=> cgmnlm.png screenshot of cgmnlm (png)
+=> https://src.clttr.info/rwa/cgmnlm source of cgmnlm
+After quite some time thinking about getting a raspi (or similar) for tinkering i finally ordered one. should arive soon, first use case is to set up a surveillance cam for the dogs. I'll keep you updated how it goes.
### 2020-12-30 gitea self hosting
probably the last update in 2020
i've been tinkering with a rented dedicated server and gitea self hosting since yesterday. Mostly out of curiosity, but now i'm thinking about permanently moving my stuff to this one and pull it "home" to the server hosting this capsule
@@ -22,34 +29,32 @@ I will take some time till i make decision
although i'm home alone (my wife is at work) and have enough spare time to do some coding, christmas lazyness has taken me.
a few friends got me involved in some funny casual online games which just take to much time 😎
-### 2020-12-17 small additions here & there
-using orrg more or less as a daily driver for some feeds i stumble across various monstrosities of useless formatting inside the xml sources. I'll try to fight and improve the feed rendering whenever possible
-in the meantime i'll keep adding some interesting capsules to transit, still a lot left to explore
=> archive.gmi shortlog archive
-=> hosting.gmi my self-hosting
+=> hosting.gmi my self-hosting setup
=> feeds.gmi some stuff from the web
### interesting stuff in gemini space
=> transit/ transit, my personal gemini feed
-=> gemini://geddit.pitr.ca geddit, interactive link collection
+=> gemini://geddit.glv.one geddit, interactive link collection
=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info orrg, online rss feed renderer for gemini
### gemini related
Perl maybe considered oldschool by many, but it is still very good in text processing - which is the very core of gemini. Therefore it is obvious to use perl for cgi with gemini.
-=> https://sr.ht/~rwa/gmni-perl-cgi/ cgi scripts for gemini written in Perl
+=> https://src.clttr.info/rwa/orrg/ online rss (&atom) feed renderer for gemini
+=> https://src.clttr.info/rwa/gmnifaq/ a FAQ-engine for gemini capsules
+other gemini related projects
+=> https://src.clttr.info/rwa/gmni a fork of gmni with colored rendering and small other adjustments
As a amateur photographer i created some open source tools which support my development workflow
-=> photo/ more information about my photo workflow and the tools
-=> https://src.clttr.info/explore/repos?q=photography tools on src.clttr.info
+=> https://src.clttr.info/explore/repos?q=photography photography workflow tools on src.clttr.info
## About me
@@ -57,12 +62,18 @@ I started my "computer career" in the late 1980s, when i wrote BASIC programs on
=> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KC_85 Robotron KC85/4
I've since been a tech addict interested in coding and admin stuff. I embrace the KISS principle, i guess that's why i'm so excited about gemini.
+After 15 years of working as a software engineer, i'm now more into backend stuff and
I run a few public sites on the "ordinary web":
=> https://fotowolke.net german photography community
-=> https://forum.diesel2rad.de web forum about diesel-engine powered motorcycles
=> https://clttr.info my private shortlink service
+Besides "tech" my hobbies are:
+* go for a walk with the dogs
+* photography (you may already have guessed that one)
+* some casual gaming
=> https://nerdculture.de/@schwurbel Mastodon account