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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

I see more programmers using Jekyll for their blogs lately. In ways, it covers the basics. [x] Source code syntax highlighting (You may want to check this method) [x] Markdown [x] Free (it's ...
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Self-hosted mass-mail sending software

Sendy (demo) I run this on my Ubuntu Linux server. It's awesome and I've always gotten great support. Import subscribers with CSV Yep, you can do this. I make fairly extensive use of this feature. ...
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Self-hosted alternative to Pastebin

Stikked will do the trick (example). Stikked is an Open-Source PHP Pastebin, with the aim of keeping a simple and easy to use user interface. Stikked allows you to easily share code with anyone you ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

I would recommend Nikola - it is free, written in python and specifically offers: Blogs, with tags, feeds, archives, comments, etc. Themable Fast builds, thanks to doit Flexible, extensible via ...
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Self-hosted alternative to Pastebin

Sticky Notes which is used by the Fedora pastebin*: BSD 2-clause license runs on PHP and MySQL has syntax highlighting has an API (by the way, Fedora also has a command-line client, fpaste which is ...
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Easy to use web interface for an existing FTP server

Windows File Explorer is capable of acting as a FTP client. This is likely the easiest way to allow users who don't know how to use FTP to use FTP, as it acts as if it were just a regular directory. ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

Drupal can definitely do this if you use a couple extensions. Drupal (and generally speaking it's extensions) are in PHP/HTML/JavaScript. You'd want the Markdown Filter and the Markdown Editor for ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

You can try radiantCms. Although it's not a pure blogging platform, it definitely supports this functionality as shown in the Wikipedia article. It offers Markdown during writing and like most CMSs ...
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Self-hosted spherical (360-degree) image viewer?

In most modern web browsers you can have a 360 degree panorama viewer with just a little JavaScript in a HTML5 WebGL web page. There is a good example here which makes use of the three.js open source ...
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Mailing list solution on shared hosting

This is a good question and I'm surprised it hasn't got more upvotes if not answers. Resource Utilisation Many hosting companies seem to dislike Mailman because of resource utilisation issues but ...
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Self hosted Android syncing service

You can use Nextcloud. I'm currently using its predecessor Owncloud for quite some time for syncing my Android with my PC. Nextcloud was forked from Owncloud about half a year ago and it seems like it ...
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Alternative to Slack

Mattermost is the main alternative to Slack that covers most of your requirements. I have not looked at it in a while, but you will also find a few useful others here in previous questions: Team chat ...
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Note taking Web app with one-time password support (free/libre, self-hosted)

I am not sure if there is an application that supports all this out of the box. You can, however, run a combination. I would recommend running DokuWiki as a lightweight wiki software. Then you can ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

Ghost blogging platform is very good. Apart from being open source and using markdown, it is lightweight with a beautiful minimalist them. it uses Nodejs for its back-end. It also support extensions. ...
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File hosting service similar to drop.io (but self-hosted and free/libre)

ownCloud (https://owncloud.org/) does match at least somewhat: It requires signup, but you could always create a "public" user with no/public password It's free and open source (AGPL-licensed, AFAIK) ...
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Free self-hosted project management with time tracking

Have a look at YouTrack by JetBrains While this may not do everything you require, at least it can offer: Self-Hosted Tomcat Installation Bug & Issue Tracking Project Management Time Management ...
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Low-overhead Git self-hosting platform

I have been quite happy with Gitblit. It requires Java, but that is literally the only dependency. It is totally self-contained, unless you want to set up your own Servlet container and configure it ...
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Easy to use web interface for an existing FTP server

MonstaFTP specializes in this. Install it on any PHP5+ server (such as Apache). Users will have the enter the server's credentials, then they can manage files. Drag-and-drop is supported. Free and ...
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Solution for self-hosted technical documentation?

This may be an obvious answer you've already discounted, but the solution that is at once the easiest and the most potentially customizable is hosting your own Wiki. This provides you with a simple ...
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Web-based asset manager

Recently, I asked a similar question about cataloging a collection, but it had very similar requirements. It was recommended to use Drupal. I set up a Drupal site in a few minutes, and then I ...
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On-premises Question & Answers website engine (Open source/commercial)

A SaaS solution, which is the closest to what you're looking for: StackOverflow for Teams or Enterprise It's StackOverflow, the closest you'll get to StackOverflow 😉 On premise
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Open source self-hosted alternative to Sendy

Hectane* is a fairly capable open-source (MIT license) SMTP client that can directly send emails via SMTP. Unlike a number of popular MTAs, Hectane receives emails via a simple HTTP API instead of ...
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Open source self-hosted alternative to Sendy

You may want to have a look at NodeMailer, a tool to easily send (bulk) e-mails via SMTP, SMTP server pools, GMail, Mailgun, SendGrid, etc. using node.js as scripting engine (i.e. it's written in ...
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Self-hosted video chat software

You can look at SignalRTC, it's a video chat web application (no need to install anyting, no browser plugins), which uses WebRTC and SignalR, works only on Chrome and Firefox, not IE. I didn't check ...
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Self-hosted web analytics tools

A new one to add to the list: I'm working on Plausible Analytics, a simple, open-source, lightweight (< 1 KB) and privacy-friendly web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. You can self-host ...
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Free webmail server application to monitor multiple IMAP accounts

OwnCloud has a plugin called Mail which provides a web-interface to multiple IMAP accounts. It's far from perfect in its current state (issues with formatting when replying/forwarding), and it locks ...
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Recommendations for an internal company email (messaging) system

If you do not want a full-fledged mail suite like Kolab or iRedMail, you can setup a light-weight and flexible system yourself – which is what I did. Works fine with several domains and a few hand-...
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Private Web app for a couple, similar to social networks and team communication tools (self-hosted & free/libre)

You can try Sandstorm: Required (no room for compromises) It must be free/libre software. - ✓ It must run on a GNU/Linux server (I’ll self-host it). - ✓ (only 64 bit) Everything must be private, ...
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Self-hosted collaboration like Trello

I've ended up looking at Taiga and 92five, both lacking some features. After two days of research I recommend myself (and to you so you don't have to redo all the research): JetBrains YouTrack or The ...
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PDF compressor software to host on your own server

Have you looked at pdftk server: Pros Runs on Linux, OS-X & Windows Can do a lot of pdf manipulations including Uncompress and Re-Compress Page Streams Cons Command Line Not Open Source but ...
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