For the longest time, I needed a solution to effortlessly sync notes between my multiple laptops, and yesterday I stumbled upon the simplest, trivial even, and almost-perfect solution to this. Continue reading Syncing my notes between OSes using Nextcloud as backend proved to be more trivial than I thought.
I couldn’t find a good comprehensive doc on installing Collabora native packages on Linux, and I had my fair share of trial-and-error while doing it myself, so here we go, I’m doing an organized dump of my notes on the subject.
So there’s this family tradition of mine that every year, since we’ve had kids, I’m making a photo book of the highlights of said year. The original, slightly apocalyptic idea was actually to have something physical that we can look at, sitting around the fire, when all of this (waves hands around) is gone and collapsed. (And we have firewood and don’t have to burn our books to not freeze to death.) But even without the Mad Maxian take, it’s a nice tradition, makes a nice Christmas present to everyone, and gives me a couple of sleepless nights, when I realize we are almost on deadline and sit and collect photos and make the thing in about 2 bursts.
Since forever, I heavily relied on Google Photos for this excercise, but this year I have built my little workflow on Nextcloud (and Linux), and I saw that it’s more convenient and quicker. So read on and I’ll tell you more.