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  1. 2022-04-13

    New services to add

    Yay, more things to keep track of!

    Note taking

    Right now my note taking for personal stuff is a mess between vscode md files, local files and some files on my phone.

    Also something to sync them? Syncthing or just some service like onenote or evernote …

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  2. droneci-https

    Droneci and SSL

    Finally managed to get Drone working properly with traefik v2 in docker.

    I had to go back and forth while I managed to track down my issues, which were:

    • wrong hostname configured on the drone docker label parts
    • play with docker env vars while I get the …
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  3. droneci

    Droneci

    I used to run gitlab a while ago, but it was way too resource heavy for my requirements.

    So far a long time I didn't run any local CI.

    Today, I started playing around Droneci.

    I got it working after some time in its own Debian vm.

    The server …

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  4. Spring cleaning

    Idea of cleaning up projects

    I've got like 35 or 36 git projects, both public and private that need some attention.

    In an earlier post, I said I'd do maintenance on them, but that led me to not even trying anything new.

    If I want to learn more, I have …

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  5. Black friday

    Buy buy buy

    As a good little consumer I haven't bought anything for black friday.

    I planned on getting a cheap xiaomi phone again, but nothing's in sight yet.

    I also thought about building a new pc, but why would I?

    The last desktop I built was about 4 years …

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  6. A nifty find one liner

    What this does

    This find command finds and moves all directories to /dest/dir that matches the 'dirnamepattern'.

    'dirnamepattern' could be aws, go or tmp, or whatever.

    Actual command

    find . -type d -name '*dirnamepattern*' -exec mv -t /dest/dir {} +
    

    Test before try

    I'm not sure if there's a dry run …

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  7. Debian Jessie(8) end of life

    Special release

    Jessie was my first version of Debian I've installed on my acer laptop back in 2015.

    Nowadays, all my things run Buster, but it's still awful to think how fast time goes and Debian releases come and go.

    Related link

    I just saw today this debian news page …

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