Update Feb 2021: git server + hidden service
Here’s a little site update.
As usual the CSS of this website is ever-changing. I’ve changed it to be more monochrome, with blue highlights on link hover/focus and text selection. Headings are now all
I’ve set up a git server on git.zakaria.org using stagit to generate the pages. I followed a guide by
poptart1. It’s a very well written guide for setting up stagit on OpenBSD.
I modified some of the scripts provided to suit my workflow.
I plan to move most of my projects that don’t require an issue tracker over there. Namely personal configs/programs.
During January I made this site accessible over Tor via a hidden service/onion service. I had some (layer 8) issues with the service provider and had to reset the server and so the service URL has changed a few times. The canonical onion service URL can be found on the about page or in the footer.
Why have I setup an onion service? Three reasons:
- Tor is a technology that interests me
- I wanted to see how difficult it would be to setup a hidden service (it was not difficult2)
- It’s fun
Because onion services can’t have subdomains, I’ve setup
relayd(8) so the git server can be accessed on the service via a
/git/ endpoint (this is only available on the hidden service).
Edit 20201-02-25: Apologies for those who now have duplicate RSS entries. I’ve redone the RSS script, so the new feed might have merged with the old in your readers. Removing and re-adding the feed should fix this.