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commit 12fff2ea3b2240e517a6ecd23f7f851d3ed1bd4a
parent 98ec940b29ec29fa9d490f0538c68454fe3fbc7a
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Mon,  5 Sep 2022 16:12:02 -0400

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Mcontent/blog/gemini-is-up-and-running.md | 6++++--
Mcontent/blog/mastodon-is-dead-long-live-misskey.md | 10++++++++++
Mcontent/blog/migrating-from-nginx-to-openbsd-httpd-and-relayd.md | 5+++++
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diff --git a/content/blog/gemini-is-up-and-running.md b/content/blog/gemini-is-up-and-running.md @@ -7,8 +7,10 @@ Summary: The Gemini protocol has fascinated me since I heard about it. So, as a **Author:** [%author] | **Published:** [%date] -_This post is also available [on -Gemini](gemini://paritybit.ca/blog/gemini-is-up-and-running.gmi)._ +<p class="note">I currently use Gemini as an alternative protocol for serving my +<a href="/garden/">Digital Garden</a>. The simplicity of the markup format and +the ease of viewing documents in low-bandwidth situations makes it a good format +for such things in my opinion.</p> The [Gemini protocol](https://gemini.circumlunar.space) is a new "small Internet" protocol which aims to sit in between Gopher and the HTTP-based Web in diff --git a/content/blog/mastodon-is-dead-long-live-misskey.md b/content/blog/mastodon-is-dead-long-live-misskey.md @@ -7,6 +7,16 @@ Summary: Okay, so, Mastodon isn't _actually_ dead, but some recent happenings an **Author:** [%author] | **Published:** [%date] +<p class="note">This article is pretty old and the landscape of Fedi has changed +a bit. There is now a fork of Pleroma called <a +href="https://akkoma.dev/AkkomaGang/akkoma/">Akkoma</a> and forks of Misskey +called <a href="https://akkoma.dev/FoundKeyGang/FoundKey">FoundKey</a> and <a +href="https://codeberg.org/thatonecalculator/calckey">CalcKey</a> which all seek +to solve various technical and social shortcomings with their respective +projects. The server I am on right now uses <a +href="https://github.com/hometown-fork/hometown">Hometown</a>, a fork of +Mastodon.</p> + Okay, so, Mastodon isn't _actually_ dead, but some recent happenings and a long-standing trend of the lead developer ignoring features beneficial to smaller instances have led many to start looking at other options, be it forks diff --git a/content/blog/migrating-from-nginx-to-openbsd-httpd-and-relayd.md b/content/blog/migrating-from-nginx-to-openbsd-httpd-and-relayd.md @@ -12,6 +12,11 @@ Summary: Detailing how I migrated my Debian 10 server running nginx to OpenBSD w <figcaption>This logo is subject to the license at: <a href="https://www.openbsd.org/art4.html">openbsd.org</a></figcaption> </figure></center> +<p class="note">The configuration specified in this blog post is out of date. +Please refer to <a +href="/garden/arboretum/knowledge/sysadmin/openbsd-server-details.html">OpenBSD +Server Details</a> for my updated configuration.</p> + Having set up my mail server on OpenBSD, I've been very satisfied with the cohesiveness of the operating system; it has been a breeze to administrate. Since certbot just stopped working randomly on my previous server running Debian