Making your Wordpress site multilingual can seem complex or difficult, especially when you need to ask others for help. I’ve done a lot of experimenting, and I hope I can walk you through some basics.
It can be hard to self-host many open source apps if you’re not a Linux expert. Several projects try to make this easier – they offer new admins an easy web-based installer and come out of the box configured to support secure, stable applications. There’s a large number of different apps that claim to support this need, but two stand out – Cloudron and YunoHost.
Taking control of your chapter’s digital tools: Part 2 – A closer look at email, calendar, contacts, files
Now that you have a server you can chat with your comrades on, let’s make sure you know how to fully utilize Nextcloud to server your email, calendar, contacts, and file-sharing needs.
This page is not a comprehensive guide on how to stay safe online, but it is designed to make you much safer than you were before in a very small amount of time.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time investigating the options for teams that want to work with an entirely open-source, self-hostable ecosystem of applications. This is my deep drive into the feasibility of going fully open source for a team.