Well I have my #fossil server setup with SSL and all that good stuff. Most of the hassle was dealing with #Apache cgi support (which I haven't touched since before the year 2000) and your basic unix permissions, etc.
Working on a blog post as well...
@jjg I started thinking about Fossil earlier but then ended up looking at Pijul. It might be too early to put that into production, but I like the look of it.
for most personal-documents stuff I have been migrating over to SyncThing which supports a few different versioning modes. I sync to a machine that automatically does the backups, so there's some redundancy.
Syncthing is pretty great, I use it for my "piles of files" sort of stuff :)
I haven't seen Pijul but I'll check it out, thanks for the tip!
Once upon a time (when I was using bittorrent's closed-source syncthing equiv.) I wrote a little web app that worked like a "gateway" to access files synced to directories on the webserver.
The idea was, if you couldn't be bothered to install the "sync thing", you could get access to the files in a browser.
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