what hardware is ideal for a beginner looking to self-host on Yunohost?
cross-posted from: > it's just me that's going to be using whatever it is, i plan to host a Nextcloud, probably a Matrix server using Synapse, a website, and email. i have an Ethernet cable ready to go, but i'm using someone else's internet at the moment (with their knowledge and approval). > > i've been looking at Pine64 SBCs, but i'm open to anything as long as it's not a Raspberry Pi

>The RSS feed for websites missing it.

>An interactive web-platform to provide barrier-free access to education for everyone. It is a simple to use open-source tool for local, self-organized knowledge-exchange: As a foundation for mediating non-commercial education opportunities, as interface between people who are interested in similar subjects, and as an instrument which simplifies the organization of “peer-to-peer” sharing of knowledge. Seems quite cool. Maybe something we could host here on in the future as well.

Tips for energy efficient self-hosting
I have a small ubuntu server running on a rockpi 4, I use it for everyday services like rss feeds (miniflux) and media (jellyfin). The only way I have found so far to be more resource efficient is to download movies and shows at lower resolution, this can reduce used bandwidth to a tenth. What other ways are there to save power and bandwitdth for everyday tasks?

Online presentation tool (PowerPoint like) based on Excalidraw.

Quite useful for self-registrations on a LDAP auth system. There is a branch that requires secret invite codes as well.

Hoppy: Service that provides static IP addresses to your device no matter the location
A bit pricey and I haven't tried it myself, but it seems like a good option for self-hosting on overly-restrictive ISPs.

The interesting part is that it can actually transcribe the speech into the IRC channel and vice-versa do text to speech from IRC input.

Disabling CoW for databases on btrfs is well known, but this seems to be even better for Sqlite.

Nice feature table to compare them.

The Single Board Computer Database, a comparison website for SBCs and SOMs (formerly known as Board-DB), has relaunched!
cross-posted from: > > Thanks to [@MartijnBraam](

c2FmZQ: e2ee mobile photo and file upload
It's an alternative open-source backend to the app.

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