- Plex debuts skip credits feature for self-hosted and hosted content
- Ghost CMS releases built-in e-mail troubleshooting features for subscribed users
- Vaultwarden re-licenses to AGPLv3
- Cloudflare mitigates record-breaking 71 million request-per-second DDoS attack
- Homebox v0.8.0 – Feature update adding a QR code label generator, tree view, bill of materials report, and various other enhancements
- Memories v4.11.0 – Feature update focusing on geolocation (now includes reverse geocoding and map clustering)
- ntfy Server v2.0.0 – Feature update adding user signups/login, topic reservations and restrictions, access tokens for secure sharing, and more
- Uptime Kuma v1.20.0 – Feature update adding a tag manager, several new monitors, and updates to status pages – as well as bug and security fixes
- Initial release of Lard, a self-hosted URL shortening service
- Initial release of Pairdrop, a FOSS alternative to AirDrop forked from Snapdrop
- Meet Donno, a designer who contributes to the software community by creating icons for FOSS apps
- Dashboard Icons - An actively maintained GitHub repository with icons for most self-hosted services
- Advanced Wireguard Container Routing from the LinuxServer.io team
Weekly Poll Results
selfh.st/ed's content this week focused on the mobile self-hosting world and our weekly poll was no exception – we asked readers to identify the OS of their primary mobile device. The results were not as skewed towards Android as we had suspected, with just shy of 36% of our readers leaning towards iOS.
We had a bit of a blunder shortly after releasing the poll where users of custom Android operating systems (LineageOS, GrapheneOS, etc.) were fragmenting the results with individual votes for their particular OS and eventually consolidated them to 'Custom Android OS'.