How your commit history tells you when your post was published

Have you ever wondered about the sheer amount of problems you encounter daily? Some of them disappear over time. Some of them may be ignored. Some of them might be delegated to someone else, if you can afford it. If none of these options are available, your time and your attentio…

You support open-source without knowing it

In a recent article I have explained how you can reduce the time needed to download pictures for your content by eleminitaing page load times from three to just one. In that article I have mentioned that I am currently creating presentations in the LibreOffice Impress, namely bec…

Becoming a faster presentation creator

What is the cost of doing a task that always take roughly same amount of time over and over? Well, on the one hand, if it is your job, and you do it right, you might even end up being promoted. But even then, it might be reasonable to think about speeding up the task. I know, som…

How to migrate BitBucket repositories to Gitea

Have you ever wondered what is the reason people run self-hosted solutions, even though they copy or imitate services or tools thay are battle hardened, proven to work well and mostly free? There is something really powerful behind such endeavour. It always takes some time to set…

How to enable Git LFS on gitea over nginx reverse proxy

When setting up gitea server behind a nginx reverse proxy, you might come to the problem when pushing files tracked in LFS that presents itself as a following error: HTTP/1.1 413 Request Entity Too Large The error itself does not specifically hint which component might be causing…

Why to use labels in docker-compose

Recently I had faced an apparently easy to solve problem that however became little bit trickier in the end. Imagine an application that connects to the database. Nothing super special fancy here. The docker-compose.yml file could for instance look something like this: # # versi…