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Installing Wallabag 2 on a Shared Web Hosting Service

Wallabag describes itself as a self hostable application for saving web pages. I’m using Wallabag already for quite some time and I really enjoy it to store my bookmarks, organize them by tags and access them through many different clients like the web app, the official Android app or the Firefox plug-in. Yesterday I updated by Wallabag installation to version 2.0.1. The basic installation was quite easy by following the documentation. Read more...

The next Generation of Code Hosting Platforms

CC BY-SA 2.0 by Christiaan Colen The last few weeks there has been a lot of rumors about GitHub. GitHub is a code hosting platform which tries to make it as easy as possible to develop software and collaborate with people. The main achievement from GitHub is probably to moved the social part of software development to a complete new level. As more and more Free Software initiatives started using GitHub it became really easy to contribute a bug fix or a new feature to the 3rd party library or application you use. Read more...