It has been a year since I decided to start my journey in self-hosting. No, it is not a fancy homelab with AMD EPYC processor, or the newest shiny GPU, or even a beefy VM. I'll admit, those beefy homelabs look sexy as hell and it seems you can do anything (legal) with it.
TL;DR Explicitly expose port 443/udp on your Docker command/docker-compose file.
On September 20th 2022, Caddy 2.6 was released and HTTP/3 became default settings. Well, now you don't need an obscure option to enable it! However, when I checked my (this) website on http3check, it seems HTTP/3 wasn't supported. I read that HTTP/3 is enabled automatically and no new settings is needed on Caddy. And that HTTP/3 is using UDP too.
This morning, I wanted to add self-hosted analytic script, Umami, to this site. I always liked the colourful graph and stats of a website traffic, and this should be a privacy-respecting way to do it without giving into the dreaded Google Analytics.
One of the joy of hosting your own blog is that you can customise it to your own liking. It should be noted, however, that you need some expertise to do what you want.
First of all, shoutout to you guys on Linuxserver for maintaining such a high-quality list of Docker images.
Books always have a special place in my heart. And following my self-hosting excitement, naturally i'm interested in managing my (e-)books. Folks over on Linuxserver Awesome List have recommendation to manage your e-book collection, that is, Calibre and Calibre-web.