I also ran through my hurricane plan of shipping all my critical shit up to the cloud (nextcloud, email, bitwarden) and realized two things
1) It's mostly okay and does work
2) Kind of sucks to have to do at all in the event of an emergency
As such I think I will be keeping it all in the cloud for now and just keep the random non-critical shit hosted locally.
Since I self host a lot of stuff at home and live in a place prone to hurricanes every year I like to run through my hurricane plan to make sure it's up to date and good to go.
Well apparently my nextcloud duplicacy backups have not worked ever so now it's going to need to backup at least 200gb over a 10Mbps upstream. Whoops
Never forget how Oxford wanted to open source their vaccine but the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation stepped in and AstraZeneca got exclusive rights. https://khn.org/news/rather-than-give-away-its-covid-vaccine-oxford-makes-a-deal-with-drugmaker/
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