After some conversation with others on #Mastodon about other caching issues with #ActivityPub & #WordPress it was revealed that it came down to the Accept headers being received by requests to the caching services. The caching services could be things like #Cloudflare or web servers such as #OpenLiteSpeed, or even WordPress caching plugins. In my case I use the OpenLiteSpeed web server caching and I started digging into how caching works in OpenLiteSpeed and how I could fix it for my WordPress site.
After successfully migrating from a #DigitalOcean Droplet for my #Mastodon instance I decided to take advantage of the remaining resources still available on #OracleCloud to migrate my web hosting as well. I’m going to be taking a different approach, basically because of the #arm64 setup, and using #Docker for running most of my hosting setup. This post serves as an on-going guide to that setup.
This guide can be followed for setting up a brand new #Mastodon instance on #Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, if you are just getting started, but the second half will be more focused on moving an existing instance over from another hosting provider. #HowTo #OCI #arm64 #Ubuntu #DigitalOcean
I have been on #Mastodon since 2018 after exploring #POSSE and the #IndieWeb so I’ll be curious to see what comes of the seemingly mass exodus of #Twitter users coming into the Mastodon realm. #WordPress #SocialMedia
My daughter knows exactly how to send email on our Chromebooks and managed to do so, sending an email to my wife, without any prior direction from me. #kids #technology #parenting #gmail #email #education To provide some context, our home network and devices are all pretty well locked down and managed. Our 7 & 9 year old’s don’t have complete free reign to do whatever they want, at least without bounds. Additionally, their elementary school uses Google for Education and they get school email addresses starting at 3rd grade. My kids have experience and access to a lot of technology, both at school and at home. I’m a pretty big tech geek, given I’ve been a programmer and general IT person for the past 25…
I love the concept of SSH Key CAs and signing user keys. #security https://keybase.io/blog/keybase-ssh-ca