Here’s the stats/prices for first full month with our electrified heating system. https://nigel.ramsay.org.nz/blog/price-comparison-of-electricity-and-gas
Giving Matomo, the open source competition to Google Analytics a trial on my blog (https://nigel.ramsay.org.nz).
Turns out the paid "cloud hosted" version is run by a Wellington company, out of Catalyst House. Should I be surprised?
Thanks to @lightweight for the prompting to give it a go.
@lightweight one more question - which Docker Compose file did you use?
@lightweight where are you hosting?
We are looking for 2 Developers with Ruby or Elixir experience at my work. One of the roles has a DevOps component, if that’s of interest to you.
Details at https://abletech.nz/jobs/
I’m happy to answer any questions you might have, via DM.
Having a great time in the tent this Easter https://nigel.ramsay.org.nz/blog/camping-at-easter
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@lightweight it’s amazing. We now take for granted all this free electricity we just keep on getting every day. Sunk cost, now long forgotten about.
@dubh you do some pretty nice photos
@dubh you need some good topics to blog about. I have my sustainability pet-project that helps :-)
@dubh that micro.blog does look very nice.
@dubh I had looked at Hugo too. Went with Jekyll in the end, because (I think) it was more popular/maintained - and Ruby is familiar to me, so hackable.
@dubh I do see the value in someone else doing the hosting. I’m in a fairly unique position, being able to DIY all that stuff. That’s not for everyone.
Somewhat oddly, the blog is hosted on my Raspberry Pi on my home network. That’s not for everyone either :-)
I’ve recently migrated from Medium to a self hosted static website. Here’s why it did it.
@Doudouosm I’ve used it for over a year, and it’s fine.
@lightweight yes and yes. Was with Ecotricity, went to Flick for a while, then returned to a Ecotricity. They’re great. We’ve recently switched to them at work too.
@lightweight it seems as if IPv6 was a thing 4 years ago, but ISPs have given up on it. The IPv6 task force website hasn’t been updated for several years.
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