Thoughts, stories and ideas.
Matomo is a free and open-source alternative to Google Analytics. I have an instance of Matomo setup for some internal sites and some public sites. Lately I've been obsessed with setting up Single-Sign-On (SSO) wherever I can. There is an official implementation that is developed by Matomo itself, however this
AdvancedTomato is a GUI for the Shibby fork of Tomato, a custom firmware for wireless routers with Broadcom chipsets. After moving to a new apartment, I had an Asus RT-AC68U laying around, which supports AdvancedTomato. At the time of this writing, AdvancedTomato hasn't received an update in almost two years.
The SG-3100 pfSense appliance from Netgate has three RGB LEDs on the front. By default, the black diamond LED slowly "breathes" blue when everything is normal, and the green circle LED slowly "breathes" red when there is a software update. During boot, the circle LED quickly "breathes" blue, followed by
I just spent way too long Googling for something that I know I've done before, so here's a note for future me. I'm often developing October CMS plugins for side projects and the current documentation isn't quite complete yet, which occasionally leaves me hunting for some obscure details. To initialize
I've grown so accustomed to to using Linux shells, that using the Windows Command Prompt has become bothersome. Fortunately, PowerShell comes closer to the *nix shell experience than the Command Prompt ever will. PowerShell scripts are much more powerful than DOS-era batch scripts, but running your own scripts (unsigned, that