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Owncloud on docker behind nginx-proxy: file size error solved

Wow, this took me a while: I am running an Owncloud server on my private VPS as a Docker container. I orchestrate all the different webapps that run on that server using Docker Compose and make use of the magnificent jwilder/nginx-proxy (in combination with the docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion)to serve different …

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Automatic LaTeX CV publishing on GitHub Pages via TravisCI

Recently, I wanted to update my CV and as I had good experiences with LaTeX for writing my diploma thesis I thought to give it a try for typesetting my CV, too. I started to remember that keeping the full LaTeX stack up-to-date and, more importantly, all package dependencies for …

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Let's already encrypt!

It seems that the internet finally understood that encryption is a necessity. Recently, the brilliant guys of Let's Encrypt started their beta program and I got myself an invite for it. They announced that they will open their beta to the public tomorrow and I thought that this is a …

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If I post, you tweet!

When I set up the automatic pelican publishing I did not want to stop there to automatize things. I am a late adopter when it comes to Twitter and have only recently started to use it on a regular basis. And more tweets seem to be a good thing on …

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Automatic Pelican publishing on GitHub Pages via TravisCI

As I wrote in the last blog post, the static site generator that I use to publish this post is Pelican. Rather than generating the HTML on my machine and then pushing it to the gh-pages branch of github.com/thomastweets/blog.thomasemmerling.de I automatized this process using Travis …

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Fresh Starts

OK, this is the first day of the rest of my blog life. Over the last years I had a couple of blogs but none survived all the VPS reinstalls or migrations. This time, however, I chose to host on GitHub Pages, so that the blog is independent of any …

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