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I am using Nitter, an alternative interface for Twitter, just in case I want to read a thread on Twitter. Previously I hosted the instance directly on my VPS. Now, however, I host the Nitter instance at home, but make it available on the Internet through Tailscale, a little program I wrote called “ProxyExposer”, and Caddy. 🤓 I also briefly tried publishing a WordPress instance from home to the web this way. But I don’t have a use case for WordPress at the moment.

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Sometimes I am a perfectionist. Having previously made my private diary blog available via a Tailscale sidecar container in my Tailnet, I have now integrated Tailscale directly into GoBlog. Both Tailscale and Tailscale’s Let’s Encrypt certificates can be configured directly in GoBlog. No sidecar container is needed anymore. A much simpler solution! (And Tailscale rocks!)

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Tailscale excites me again and again! Now it is also possible to get TLS certificates for nodes. I immediately got to work and integrated this into GoBlog, so that the browsers no longer complain when I log into my diary – a http:// page, which is already encrypted through Tailscale…

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New purposes for my Raspberry Pi 4

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Last year I was wondering what I could do with my Raspberry Pi 4 (with 4 GB of RAM) that I got for Christmas the year before. I think I have now found a use for it.

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Private diary with GoBlog and Tailscale

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Yesterday I wrote about Tailscale. Really cool service! And I’m a little bit obsessed with it, too. Now that I have connected my devices to a network, I had the idea to make my GoBlog diary available only via Tailscale instead of a public domain.

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First impressions: Tailscale

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Have you already heard of Tailscale? I read about it today in a blog article by Stanislas Lange and tried it out. And what can I say, it’s impressive!

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Jan-Lukas Else