I set up my own gitea server on my synology box, and it was wonderfully easy (assuming you know a little bit about docker).
I mostly just followed the steps on the instructions on the last few comments on this thread: https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/4669
A week in the shop: making lid lips using a router, drilling a lot of holes in one guitar, and wiring up an old strat clone.
Unions; startups; maintenance; the pandemic; public tech; and small spaces - Oct 12th's Interesting Things on the Internet http://www.mcqn.net/mcfilter/archives/links/interesting_things_on_the_internet_october_12th_2020.html
A week in the shop: another demonstration of why you should measure twice, planning pickups for a build, and falling back on my backup amp.
A fortnight in the shop: a tale of two neck builds, fixing up an old guitar, and important lessons about hair and wood glue.
A week in the shop: struggling with some very impressionable wood, fixing up an old mongrel guitar, and a tweak to my workbench.
A brief week in the shop: making and executing my workshop todo list, laser-cutting some pick-guards, and woes in power-tool purchasing.
A week out the shop: Levelling up my Fusion 360 skills a bit as I tweak the current guitar design, and fighting CAD workflows as I move things between tools to do some laser cutting.
A week (kinda) in the shop: unnamed prototype guitar is moving forward as I find my way around the new workshop, and I order some cigar boxes to try for size.
A short week in the shop: fixing up my cigar box guitar, gluing up the body from last week, and looking briefly at sources of wood.
Just before the latest Interesting Things on the Internet blog post drops, I should get round to sharing the last one: hope; (COVID19) despair; the importance of logbooks; and tech monopolies http://www.mcqn.net/mcfilter/archives/links/interesting_things_on_the_internet_august_3rd_2020.html
Returning to the workshop: what I did over the summer, making some new starts, and getting back to building:
When I began using computers, there was this thing called RSS.
That allows me to read things from your blog/site, without open it. It was good, because there plenty of implementations, and therefore I can read in multiple platforms and get away with things I don't want but could have on your website like tracking, ads, unwanted pop-ups, the ugly design of your blog and focus on what I (and you should) want on your blog/website:
your content, your message.
Please, have a RSS Feed
A look at photography book Modern Color, an unusually vivid look at the 50s and 60s through the eyes of Fred Herzog.