Category Archives: Reclaim Cloud

Reclaim EdTech takes the “Form of Awesome” in June

It is with distinct pleasure that I get to announce that Tom Woodward will be running a month-long flex course on Gravity Forms throughout the month of June. Gravity Forms is a powerful form-building tool that works with WordPress, and … Continue reading

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WordPress in the Cloud

One of the things I have been doing a lot of over the last few months is talking to folks about running WordPress in Reclaim Cloud. In particular, why would you want/need to? -and how to migrate an existing instance … Continue reading

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Bava Multi-Region Cluster Cause I Can!

This is a test to see if I can post after having migrated this blog to a WordPress multi-region setup on Reclaim Cloud, which means the primary blog hosted in the UK is being replicated to Toronto, Canada and the … Continue reading

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NYCDH: It’s All Support and Containers These Days

After my very rough workshop on Reclaim Cloud at last year’s NYC Digital Humanities (NYCDH) Week event, I was surprised the good folks reached out again this year. That said, I jumped at the opportunity to sit on a panel … Continue reading

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Upgrading Peertube and Running the Livechat Plugin

A quick video guide for upgrading Peertube running in Docker Engine on Reclaim Cloud Peertube 4.0 was recently released, and I was excited to see what’s new and improved in what is becoming one of my favorite pieces of open … Continue reading

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Configuring Email for a Ghost Docker Container on Reclaim Cloud

When I first installed Ghost many a year ago the most difficult element of setting it up was getting mail working. I used Mailgun for the first time during that process, and since then API-driven mail services have become pretty … Continue reading

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Setting Environmental Variables for a Ghost Docker Container in Reclaim Cloud

If the title hasn’t scared you away, then welcome! Over the weekend I was struggling to get a mapped URL for a Ghost container on Reclaim Cloud resolving consistently to the main URL. While the home page worked, several subpages … Continue reading

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Living a Good Life in Reclaim Cloud

These are in many ways the notes for a case study for when and why to use Reclaim Cloud, and given that space is going to be a big focus this year I do love having good examples. So, Alyssa … Continue reading

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Reclaim EdTech

Yesterday was in many ways the start of something new, fun, and cool at Reclaim Hosting:  the first team meeting of Reclaim’s emergent instructional technology team. I realized during that two-hour-marathon-meeting-that-did-not-suck that I’ve been waiting near-on nine years for this … Continue reading

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Updating a Ghost Docker Container on Reclaim Cloud

One of the things I wanted to figure out after installing Ghost as a Docker Container on Reclaim Cloud was how to update it to subsequent versions. Below is a very short video on the process as well as the … Continue reading

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