I use Vultr they are fine for the price but I plan to look for alternatives as well (just to see if there is something better out.
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Nice, thats a pretty and simple website!
My blog (~50KB) is fairly minimal, but for me 1kb is way too much of a constraint.
It would sacrifice too much functionality. I like to keep things tiny, tidy and stupid, but still usable/functional.
Thanks! I always planned to do a more in-depth post about it but time is passing by so fast.
Good job everyone, I’m quite new to lemmy but I’m enjoying it a lot!
I’d give Solus (Budgie) a try. It’s really well put together. I’ve tried nearly all DEs and I think it’s the best to return to Linux.
You can see my setup here: https://blog.cron.world/article_03.html#media-and-folders
Basically I have ~/app, ~/bin and alike and symlink everything (like ~/.appname) to ~/app/dat/appname.
This works pretty well since 99% of the apps don’t care if its a symlink or real folder. Sadly, there are a few apps that break, I use mounts as a workaround for them (but I’m still looking for alternatives).
Purism? Also half of the tracking can be killed by using some good dns filters.
I guess it’s time to call it a RIP, they had a good run.
Yes everytime some product is bought we get this “This does not mean goodbye” yet most of the times it means exactly that.
It’s just marketing.
I host radicale myself and Use DavX5 to sync it to my phone.
I’d rather use https://www.goatcounter.com/, thanks.
Or $EDITOR todo.txt ;-)
Also see the open letter supporting RMS https://lemmy.ml/post/58022
For those who support RMS staying with the FSF, the repo has been created. …
I agree wholeheartly. That’s why I wrote a kind of “reply” here: https://github.com/rms-open-letter/rms-open-letter.github.io/issues/672
Actually i use it as a reminder app, not a todo one. I convert my CalDAV entries to remind with a simple awk script to keep me “reminded” on my Desktop when my phone is not around.