It's Time to Update Your Awesome-Selfhosted Bookmarks
The team behind the Awesome-Selfhosted list of self-hosted software on GitHub released the first version of awesome-selfhosted.net this week, a web version of the list that allows users to browse by category and filter by tags. And while there's still a ton of potential for better filtering capabilities, the site is a much better solution than the master list traditionally found on GitHub. Additional details and the official announcement can be found in the repository's release notes.
Note: If awesome-selfhosted.net doesn't scratch your self-hosting itch, check out the oddly timed yet viable community-developed alternative Awwesome also released this week.
Backing Up Linux ISOs Just Got More Expensive
This week, the popular cloud storage and backup provider Backblaze announced they're increasing monthly B2 storage pricing from $5/TB to $6/TB. In a blog post announcing the increase, the company cites the necessity of such an increase to continue providing best-in-class offerings after not having previously implemented a price change in the service's seven years of existence. Despite the increase, Backblaze's pricing remains competitive when compared to alternatives like Amazon Web Services and Google Workspace.
- awesome-selfhosted v1.0.0 | Software List: Initial release of awesome-selfhosted.net
- Immich v1.74.0 | Photos: Optimized share link views, refresh thumbnails and metadata for individual media, view albums as list, add birthdays
- Linkding v1.20.0 | Bookmarks: New option to share bookmarks publicly, improvements to favicons, support for import/export PRIVATE flag
- NocoDB v0.111.0 | No-Code Database: New 'Group by' option in grid view, new 'Links' relational column, unified layout for databases, new details tab, documentation migration to Docusaurus
- Pixelfed v0.11.9 | Photo Sharing: Import from Instagram, sign in with Mastodon, reblogs in home feed, account migrations
- XPipe v1.50.0-3 | Shell / Remote Files: SSH tunnel support, automatic import from SSH config, Podman support, support for additional terminals and editors
- Awwesome: Self-hostable web frontend for the Awesome-Selfhosted list
- CastSponsorSkip: Skips sponsored YouTube content and skippable ads on Google Cast devices
- Pingvin Share: File sharing platform
- Proxigram: Open-source frontend for Instagram
- rackstack: Modular, 3D-printable mini rack system
Featured Community Content
Self-Hosted Spotlight: Dozzle
Meet Dozzle, a lightweight, web-based Docker log viewer that provides real-time monitoring and easy troubleshooting. In short, Dozzle is a web frontend that allows users to easily view live logs for each of their Docker containers. It also provides search functionality (including RegEx), live CPU/memory stats, and log downloads all while maintaining a relatively small footprint on system resources.
The project's installation guide provides examples for getting Dozzle up-and-running with Docker run or docker-compose.
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