Where are people hosting their static websites that is not Github pages or Netlify?
Awesome that there are so many options out there! Thank you for sharing, everyone.
@gueorgui I run a vultr instance which serves my blog in addition to everything else.
@gueorgui my own server (using yunohost my_webapp application because I'm lazy)
@gueorgui a cheap $5/mo linode running nginx with letsencrypt, personally.
Err... does Git*Lab* pages count?
@gueorgui Aside from a cheap VPS?
@gueorgui I have the cheapest VPS at OVH and I host 4 pages there, my tests and some stuff more.
@gueorgui I use neocities. It's free for one website, but if you subsribe $5/month you can have many, plus other stuff. Never let me down the past 2 years.
@gueorgui I publish my personal web site with rsync, on my self hosted server, in my living room, why?
@royniang What's an IRC bouncer, by the way?
@gueorgui oh it’s a client that will be the relay between your end client and the irc server. You are always connected to the server so you can read the backlog and get direct messages!
@royniang Oh so it's like weechat running in a tmux session on a server that you ssh into when you actually want to chat?
@gueorgui yes but I won’t connect to my weechat session from my phone :p
@gueorgui on a small scale VPS
@cstanhope Thank you, that looks good!
@tty Wow, I didn't know about ecstatic. What a story: https://github.com/jfhbrook/node-ecstatic/issues/259
@tavasti I might go this way myself!
@gueorgui I'm curious. Whats wrong with netlify?
@abstractxan Nothing really wrong with it, it's just that I'd prefer not to rely on VC-backed tech companies for my personal projects. I'd rather host with a cooperative or a self-funded, profitable business.
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