Tag Archives: Containers

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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Spinning Up a Ghost Docker Container in Reclaim Cloud

Reclaim Hosting is planning on using Ghost to power our monthly newsletters starting this month, so Pilot has been exploring installing it on Reclaim Cloud using the Marketplace app. Turns out it was out-of-date and not so easy to update, … Continue reading

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“Domains in the Cloud” at Vanderbilt

The Reclaim Hosting team has our first get together since 2019 (the Domains 2019 conference) after any such travel possibilities were impossible since the pandemic. It’s been over two years since we have met up in physical space, and this … Continue reading

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Restarting a Discourse Container

We have a server that runs a kind of multisite Discourse environment that I discussed a number of years ago in this post. It is an Ubuntu server with Docker installed, and each of the Discourse instances on that server … Continue reading

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Trying to Contain my Excitement (and workload) for OWLTEH

via GIPHY In just under three weeks the free, one-day event Learning on/with the Open Web (OWLTEH) will be happening in Coventry. It should prove a lot of fun, and you can get a sense of some of the talks … Continue reading

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Containing the Future of OER

I spent the morning listening to Stephen Downes‘s talk “Applications, Algorithms and Data: Open Educational Resources and the Next Generation of Virtual Learning” he delivered yesterday at the RELIF Symposium in Hammamet, Tunisia. I highly recommend it, it’s a remarkably thorough … Continue reading

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