Gab’s Notes

My take on tech-related subjects (but not only)

For a few weeks now I've been hosting my new projects at sourcehut instead of my usual GitHub account. So far, the experience has been very pleasant but it also has some drawbacks. Let's talk about it!

#100DaysToOffload No. 15

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In a recent post, I talked about how I tracked my posts views over time using Grafana and InfluxDB.

Today, I went another way and configured GoAccess to provide me with an HTML report with data extracted from my webserver's logs.

GoAccess Screenshot

#100DaysToOffload No. 14


In January 2020, I discovered a budget app called You Need A Budget (YNAB). I've been using it since then and I'm very happy with it, here's why.


#100DaysToOffload No. 13


Today's very quick post is a recommendation to a french YouTube channel. It's called Chat Sceptique and features a statistician popularizing many different topics related to statistics.

The same person was behind another channel which is not active anymore due to conflicts between the team members: La statistique expliquée à mon chat.

If you understand french, I highly recommend taking a look at both channels and subscribing if you like it!

#100DaysToOffload No. 12

Keywords/tags: #youtube #statistics #recommendations

#100DaysToOffload No. 11

Recently I added some statistics to my blog. I wanted to do that with minimum effort and without serving any crappy proprietary JavaScript to my users.


TL;DR: I use a password manager and you should too. Bitwarden is a Free Software alternative.

Bitwarden Logo

This is my 10th post of #100DaysToOffload.


As I was telling you before, I own a Raspberry Pi on which I set up a Pi Hole.

Pi Hole logo

As they advertise it, Pi Hole is “a black hole for internet advertisement”. It's basically an ad blocker for your whole network.


Since I consider my messages on social media to be valid at the moment they're posted, I like to have them deleted after some time. When I still used Twitter, I also used a CLI tool called cleantweets that helped with this.

A few months ago, after having created an account on Fosstodon, I wrote a simple command line utility to help you achieve the same thing but with toots: cleantoots (notice how much effort I put into naming it).

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I participated in the latest CodinGame challenge and quickly got out of the beginner's league. In this article, I'll explain my approach.

#100DaysToOffload No. 7

Cover picture for CodinGame Spring Challenge 2020. There is one yellow Pacman and one blue Pacman fighting against each other


In my introductory article, I teased about using SSH with a YubiKey. Here's the post that expands on the idea.

YubiKeys As you can see, I like YubiKeys.

This is part of my #100DaysToOffload series, issue No. 6.