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This Week in Self-Hosted (12 May 2023)

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This Week in Self-Hosted (12 May 2023)

Industry Activity

Why Developers Are Flocking to LLaMA, Meta’s Open Source LLM
Developers are diving into the open source LLaMA, but what benefits does it have over GPT? We spoke to Sebastian Raschka from Lightning AI.
PostgreSQL 15.3, 14.8, 13.11, 12.15, and 11.20 Released!
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released an update to all supported versions of PostgreSQL, including 15.3, 14.8, 13.11, 12.15, …
Reminder: 32-bit Arm Deprecation Notice | Info :: LinuxServer.io
Due to the ever-decreasing support for modern apps and packages on 32-bit Arm platforms, we will be deprecating all 32-bit Arm (armhf) versions of our images effective 2023-07-01.Please read our blog post on the matter for more details.

Software Updates

  • ArchMark v2.0.0 (Bookmark Manager): Rewrite of 1.x code, new single-page application interface
  • Findroid v0.11.0 (Jellyfin Android App): AMOLED dark theme, metadata chips and details for movies, seek gesture toggle, scrubbing previews, and various other minor feature updates and bug fixes
  • Kavita v0.7.2 (Book Server): Added bulk CBL import, reading list enhancements, EPUB reader updates, base URL support, and various other feature updates and bug fixes
  • Plexamp v4.7.3 (Plex Music Streaming): Sonic Sage now available without a Tidal subscription, minor bug fixes
  • Share Me | Multiple Releases (Image/Video Uploads): Added a license to the repository, support for Umami tracking, authentication refresh, NSFW tags, user pages, and various other features updates and bug fixes

New Software

  • boozeTube: Turn any YouTube video into a drinking game
  • HeleneRSS: Minimal self-hosted RSS reader written in PHP
  • JellyPlayer (Alpha): Modern desktop Jellyfin client
  • Ryot: Media tracker (Note: Developers are looking for beta testers)
  • Telescan: Telegram bot for managing Airscan-compatible scanners directly from Telegram

Self-Hosted Spotlight

Meet Czkawka, an open-sourced, multi-platform app for managing unnecessary files on your server or computer. Built-in tools include detecting and removing duplicate files, empty folders, large files, broken links, bad extensions, and more. The tool can be managed via CLI or GUI and does not have network access or collect user information. Czkawka can be installed directly on the host system or via an unofficial Docker image.

Check out the detailed instructions in the GitHub repo to get started.

Screenshot from the project's GitHub repository
Applying the GitHub Dark Theme to Miniflux with GPT • Charlie Revett (@revcd)
Personal site, blog, and portfolio of Charlie Revett, a software engineer living in London.
GitHub - gromoslaw-kroczka/home-server-backup: Multi-purpose Backup script dedicated for Home Servers
Multi-purpose Backup script dedicated for Home Servers - GitHub - gromoslaw-kroczka/home-server-backup: Multi-purpose Backup script dedicated for Home Servers

Weekly Poll: Are you self-hosting your personal e-mail?

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Privacy Corner

What’s Changed Change inaccurate wording for DNS providers by @mfwmyfacewhen in #2132 Update financial-services.md by @ItsDonny in #2136 Add Accrescent & Play Store Link For IVPN by @matchboxbananasynergy in #2139 Remove Play Store link for shelter by @noClaps in #2141 Add two missed asterisks…

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