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Sharry is a simple no-frills file sharing web application. I wanted a way to share multiple files that were too large to share via my usual chat client. Sharry allows me to upload these files, and then get a link that allows people to view and download them directly. The link is generated and not easily guessable so the rest of the public won’t have easy access to it. It even allows you to setup a password for the link you’re sharing to ensure only privileged eyes can view the files. Read More...


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Using a kanban board for tracking my personal to-dos was something I should have started a long time ago. I’ve been using Kanboard and while it’s great and feature-rich, it is a little overkill for my needs and it frankly looks a little dated. Mattermost folks recently came out with Focalboard and it looks simple, powerful and I love the UI. I waited a bit to see if anyone was going to start maintainnig an image and helm chart for it but ended up doing it myself. Read More...

Contributing to K8s at Home

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So I decided to deprecate all the charts I wrote and migrate them to this open source repo maintained by folks from k8s-at-home. I’ve been using some of their charts already and they have a robust library chart that makes it very simple to add new charts on top of. So naturally, I took my charts for Syncthing, Whoogle, Owncast, and Pretend You’re Xyzzy and contributed them to k8s-at-home! You can even see me in their contributors section in the readme at the root of the repo. Read More...