The Open Source software I'm using in 2023 - Part 1!

Awesome Open Source 83.2K subscribers This is part 1 of a 2 part series this year. As my use of Open Source grows, it gets harder to fit everything into a reasonable length video. I hope you enjoy it. I apologize, I tried to put everything in here from the show notes, but I don't get enough characters to do it, so I will simply ask you to click on the show notes below to find more information about any of the projects I talk about. === Links === Show Notes === Support My Channel === Get the AwesomeOpenSource Merchandise https://awesomeopensource.creator-spr... Support my Channel and ongoing efforts through Patreon: Buy Me a Coffee or Beer === Timestamps === 00:00 Beginning 00:09 Introduction 00:34 Firefox 01:24 Linux 04:33 Dashy - Browser Dash and Shortcuts 05:58 Metabase - No Code Data Analytics 07:30 Portainer 11:01 Proxmox - Virtualiation Orchestrator 13:02 NGinX Proxy Manager 14:31 MeshCentral - Remote Machine Management 16:23 TrueNAS Scale 19:09 Vaultwarden - Password Manager 20:35 Remotely - Remote Support Tool 21:54 Guacamole - Remote Desktop in the Browser 24:12 Pi-hole - Ad-blockingDNS 25:07 Pi-Alert - Notification of New Network Devices 26:05 Speedtest Tracker 27:35 Uptime Kuma - Status / Uptime Monitor 29:06 Home Assistant 31:11 Mail-in-a-box - Self Hosted Email 32:33 OpenSprinkler === Contact === Twitter: @mickintx Telegram: @MickInTx Mastodon: Try out SSDNodes VPS Services! Amazing Specs for incredibly low costs. I'm running a 32 GB RAM / $ CPU Server for only $9 a month! Seriously. FOr long term server usage, this is the way to go! Get a $50.00 credit for Digital Ocean by signing up with this link: Use Hover as your Domain Name Registrar to get some great control over you domains / sub-domains:

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