Combine tips with blog

Still should 301 the old URLs or something
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Daniel Flanagan 2024-03-26 07:59:50 -05:00
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# post: /blog/:title
params:
Description: "Hi! I'm Daniel. I live in Kansas City where I help run a small Christian church, raise two kids with my awesome wife, and write software for Divvy."
Description: "Hi! I'm Daniel. I live in Kansas City where I help run a small Christian church, raise three boys with my awesome wife, and write software."
outputs:
home: [html]
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name: blog
url: /blog/
weight: 20
- identifier: tips
name: tips
url: /tips/
weight: 30
# - identifier: tips
# name: tips
# url: /tips/
# weight: 30
- identifier: contact
name: contact
url: /contact/

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<!-- updates here must be mirrored in site config for meta description-->
I live in Kansas City where I help run <a target="_blank"
href="https://kcrising.church">a small Christian church</a>, raise two kids
href="https://kcrising.church">a small Christian church</a>, raise three boys
with my <a target="_blank"
href="https://www.instagram.com/valerielauren93">awesome wife</a>, and write
software for <a target="_blank" href="https://getdivvy.com">Divvy</a>.
software for <a target="_blank" href="https://getdivvy.com">Divvy (bought by
Bill.com)</a>.
I run a ton of self-hosted software here at home on some machines that sit on
I run a lot of self-hosted software here at home on some machines that sit on
[an unnecessarily large server rack in my basement][rack]. I love building
[keyboards][kb], too. [I heavily customize my workflow][wf] and you can
sift through my [dotfiles][df] if you like.
see how I set everything up with [Nix][nix] if you like (or even my old
[dotfiles](df)).
Occasionally, I post technical articles here.
Occasionally, I post technical articles (of varying length and complexity) here.
[rack]: //files.lyte.dev/images/server-rack.jpg
[rack]: //files.lyte.dev/images/server-rack-angle-2023-07.jpg
[kb]: //files.lyte.dev/keyboards
[wf]: //files.lyte.dev/images/desktop-screenshot.png
[wf]: //files.lyte.dev/images/desktop-screenshot-busy-2023-07.png
[nix]: //git.lyte.dev/lytedev/nix
[df]: //git.lyte.dev/lytedev/dotfiles

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---
title: "Fetching Go Modules via `goproxy` Inside VPN"
date: "2023-06-22"
date: "2024-02-29"
---
I think I finally setup the holy grail of universally being able to
fetch-by-proxy go modules through a firewall using
https://github.com/goproxy/goproxy
<!--more-->
On your internal host (such as your work machine), run the following:
```shell_session

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I love `iex -S mix ...` but I usually don't like when `dbg` asks me to `pry`.
Just show me my data! Well, today I learned about `iex --no-pry`:
<!--more-->
```console
$ iex --help
Usage: iex [options] [.exs file] [data]
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Now I can `iex --no-pry -S mix ...` and just see output instead of dealing with
the prompts for `pry`ing! Not sure if anybody else felt this pain, but there
ya go.
ya go.

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toc: false
---
For the longest time, my backup setup has been [a script I run manually that
was quite dumb][backupify] that had no features other than encryption. After
getting my feet wet with `btrfs` somewhat recently and seeing the magic of
deduplication, compression, and snapshots, I was all-in on these features and
also wanted them for my backups.
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# TL;DR
- Install `restic` on both machines (may only be needed on the backupper?)
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password in a secret place accessible only to the backupper user
- `for d in $DIRS; do RESTIC_PASSWORD_COMMAND="load secret restic-key" restic -r sftp:restic@backuppee:/backups "$d"; done`
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# Intro
For the longest time, my backup setup has been [a script I run manually that
was quite dumb][backupify] that had no features other than encryption. After
getting my feet wet with `btrfs` somewhat recently and seeing the magic of
deduplication, compression, and snapshots, I was all-in on these features and
also wanted them for my backups.
I also had a friend that had been using `btrfs` snapshots for sometime and I was super impressed with the simplicity of his setup. It made me want to improve mine!
# Planning
The most important thing to think about when it comes to backups is to think

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---
title: Blog
---
## Latest Tips ([RSS](/tips/index.xml))

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{{ end }}
</details>
<details open>
<summary>
<h2 id="latest-tips">
Latest <a href="/tips">Tips</a> (<a target="_blank" href="/tips/index.xml">RSS</a>)
</h2>
</summary>
{{ range (where .Site.RegularPages "Section" "tips") }}
{{ .Render "li" }}
{{ else }}
<p>Looks like there's nothing here!... yet!</p>
{{ end }}
</details>
{{ end }}