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This Week in Self-Hosted (7 April 2023)

Open-source calls-to-action, updates from the LSIO team, software launches, and more FOSS application features
This Week in Self-Hosted (7 April 2023)

Industry Activity

Note: We initially included an article titled 'Making Open Source Truly Open' in this week's newsletter that we've since discovered does not represent the values of the broader open-source community. All references to it from our publication have been removed.

Software Updates

  • AudioBookshelf v2.2.18: New features for EPUB books, embedded metadata updates, and various bug fixes
  • Budibase v2.5.0: Added Microsoft/GitHub sign-in, command palettes, custom branding, and Google Sheets updates
  • DokuWiki v2023-04-04: Options to embed HTML and PHP removed, various bug fixes, and improved error logging
  • Grist v1.0.9: Minimized widgets functionality, column descriptions, and new betas
  • Home Assistant Core 2023.4: Custom template macros, new dialogs, new templating features, and various other feature updates
  • LinuxServer.io: New containers for Chromium, GitHub Desktop, GitQlient, Mullvad Browser, and VSCodium
  • Mailu v2.0: Added multi-arch images/ARM support, client auto-configuration, rate-limiter improvements, password policies, and various other new features
  • n.eko v.2.8.0: Added support Nvidia GPU acceleration for Chromium browsers, touch events for mobile, and various other minor features and bug fixes
  • Uptime Kuma v1.21.2: Fixes for maintenance bugs from prior releases, ability to schedule maintenance via cron

Software Launches

  • Leaf: Self-hosted "read later" application to save web page content for later reading with archive, tag, and search functionality
  • Resource Diary: Self-hosted emotional resource diary that allows users to track emotional responses to specific tasks for trend identification
  • Self-Host Planning Poker v1.0.0: Self-hosted alternative to Planning Poker Online for consensus-based story planning and estimation

Application Spotlight

Meet Pinry, a self-hosted image board alternative to the popular hosted site that rhymes with "Ninterest". The application can be built from source or installed via Docker and supports multiple users, tags, public and private boards, and browser extensions for easy pinning across the web.

Screenshot of a demo Pinry board with various pinned items

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In case you missed our April Fools' Day post:

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