TL;DR: I made a thing called signald
I have recently deployed several static sites I manage, such as this blog, onto my new Kubernetes cluster. I have got it
to the point that the build and deployment process is fully automated, so the only interactions required to update them
git commit and
Let’s Encrypt started handing out free TLS certificates signed by a certificate authority that almost every browser trusts. Their client currently doesn’t work well with nginx, and I’ve found myself explaining how to use it with nginx on IRC a number of times, so I decide to just write it up here.
The 32nd Chaos Computer Congress is going on right now, and they have all of the talks available in a variety of audio and video formats, and RSS feeds of these things, all on their media server. Unfortunately, there’s no feeds for the torrent files they provide, so I wrote up a quick web service to gather their feeds and convert them into torrent feeds.
For a long time I’ve owned some X10 home automation stuff. The idea is pretty simple: there are some modules that you plug your lamps and whatnot into: