Finished some routing changes internally, TCP connections are now routed via HAProxy to the proper backend. Means I can do healthchecks and DNS based routing properly on the backend
on the other hand I could expand the pony.social "brand" (it's not a brand but whatever).
I've been planning to start a Lemmy instance (federated reddit), I'm not sure if PixelFed is the right software to host an image board (PF is more about photos), so probably best to look for something else or write something / patch philomena.
I'm going to make a decision on this on the weekend, Lemmy is most likely to be starting. I'm thinking as "disc.pony.social", if someone has a different idea I am welcome to it.
Obviously any derpi-type host will be under "art.pony.social" (unless someone has a better idea)
derpibooru rolled back their recent rule changes. from what I understand, the moderation and administration has suffered a hostile takeover and is run by people who don't care.
looks like we need a federated alternative to derpibooru.
Post a DNP on derpibooru if you care about them, they shouldn't just roll back positive rule changes to kick out bad people.
next week I have vacation. I'll focus on a few things:
* finish migrating the old server, I paid for 2 months worth of running both and I don't wanna, that includes nextcloud which I'll move to backblaze as storage backend (still debating if I should just start NC fresh since atm it's a bit of a fucky setup)
* finish several plotlines for the campaign. Atm I'm running a light-preperation sidequest phase and next week, I'll go back with the party to dungeon diving, which requires more prep (custom dungeon)
* cleanup my flat, a lot of stuff has accumulated that needs to go (especially packaging material)
* migrate my campaign for #foundryvtt , it's a great tool and compared to roll20, I own my setup and it has modding support out of the box, which provides lots of useful quality-of-life things to me and the players.
looks like we're getting E2EE for mastodon. Could be fun if it's useable as a proper E2EE app with good UX compared to Matrix
I reconfigured nginx and properly migrated to the new host, including pointing the DNS records at the new host, the old web/streaming still runs on the old host but it's going well.
Sidekiq had it's database purged. About 2 million retries had accumulated, some months old, due to the issues with elasticsearch. It's clean now and missing toots will be fetched on demand (new toots are appearing as far as I can tell)
elasticsearch is back up after doing the things ES likes to do, so new statuses should start appearing again
side note: was only able to migrate some services over, the main mastodon part is still running on the old host
Programming and stuff
btw I use arch
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