I host a variety of services that are available for anyone to use free
of charge. Below is a list with descriptions of each.
Dnote: A notebook service with
both command line and web interfaces with support for Markdown.
Learn more about it at getdnote.com
Gotify*: A push
notification service with support for Linux and Android clients.
Learn more about it at gotify.net
[Experimental]libreddit: A Free
and open source Reddit front-end focused on privacy. Learn more about
the project at https://github.com/spikecodes/libreddit
Free and open source
medium.com front-end focused on privacy
written by yours truly. Learn more about the project at
Gitea: A git-based FOSS software forge
complete with bug tracker and basic collaboration tools. A modest CI
infrastructure is available on request but I want to add more storage
and compute power(donate?).
HedgeDoc: A libre collaborative
markdown editor to create and share notes, graphs and even
presentations in real-time. Learn more about the project at
Linx: A pastebin-Mozilla Send hybrid.
Both text(with syntax highlighting) and files can be uploaded to it.
Learn more about it at https://github.com/andreimarcu/linx-server
Matrix: A decentralised chat
platform that supports the Signal protocol. Learn more about it at
lightweight, web-based feed reader, and an absolute pleasure to use at
that! Learn more about it at miniflux.app
Nitter: A free and
open source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy. Learn
more about it at https://github.com/zedeus/nitter
Searx: Searx is a
aggregating the results of other search
engines while not storing
information about its users. Learn more about it at its about
Teddit: Teddit is a free and open
source alternative Reddit front-end focused on privacy. Learn more about
it at its about page
Vikunja: A super-charged, Trello
like todo list manager. It has native clients for both Android and iOS
but I prefer using the web app as it has more features. Learn more
about the project at vikunja.io.
[*]: These are private services so registrations are not open to public.
Please contact me for signing up.
Please note that I am running these services from my home network so
downtimes are unavoidable.