I post on Mastodon more often than I do here. You can find me at fosstodon.org/@slashtechno .

Projects Self-Hosting

Rewriting Cross Blogger

Video demonstration Background Nearly two years ago, in August of 2022, I began work on Cross Blogger . Cross Blogger was my first Go project. Originally, I used it as an opportunity to learn about APIs and hoped that I might eventually be able to make it useful. At the beginning of 2023, I stopped working on it, however. I moved on to other programs and stopped using Go. I left it in a state where the program was usable, albeit useless....

June 29, 2024 · 6 min

Introducing LLMail!

Motivation I’ve seen projects where people bring x technology to devices that existed long before the technology existed. For example, while writing this, I learned about Web Rendering Proxy (WRP) which renders websites as a GIF or PNG but uses HTML image maps to allow the client to interact with the webpage. Email is a technology that’s been around since 1971 and will likely continue to be prevalent. Thus, making an email chatbot that used Large Language Models (LLMs) to generate responses seemed cool....

June 9, 2024 · 4 min

Introducing Pystodon!

The beginning I’ve been working on a project called Pystodon . Pystodon is a Mastodon bot that I started working on in August of 2023, nearly a year before writing this post. While developing it, I noticed that I had the opportunity to build it like a framework by focusing on customizability through code. This was my first time building a library-like program and I tried to focus on usability not just for people interacting with the bot but also anyone who wanted to customize it....

June 6, 2024 · 4 min

Simple Signal-Matrix Bridge in Docker

Setting up a (simple) bridge between Matrix and Signal

February 3, 2024 · 5 min

Self-hosting a Matrix Server With Synapse

Running Synapse in Docker to self-host a Matrix instance

September 3, 2023 · Updated July 14, 2024 · 3 min

My experience with Github Actions

I started using Github Actions a couple months ago. While I’m not a power user of Github Actions, I still find it to be powerful.

October 7, 2022 · Updated June 28, 2024 · 3 min