Self-Hosted Flickr Alternative?

I looked into the same thing a few months ago and nothing was quite what I was looking for (lightweight with albums and indieweb metadata) Piwigo was the most promising candidate I looked at, but I never quite got around to trying it out.

This is a helpful list:
https://alternativeto.net/software/flickr/?platform=self-hosted

I’ve been contemplating building my own photo gallery setup on top of Eleventy, though. It’s really flexible.

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Butterfly-friendly native CA plants purchased from a local conservation group have collected a caterpillar! Looks like a Sphynx moth. Now I just need to finish transplanting the rest of the plants into the actual ground! #nature #plants #butterflies #moths #garden #caterpillar

Black caterpillar with yellow highlights on a plant stem

Butterfly-friendly native CA plants purchased from a local conservation group have collected a caterpillar! Looks like a Sphynx moth.

Now I just need to finish transplanting the rest of the plants into the actual ground!

#nature #plants #butterflies #moths #garden #caterpillar

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Clover. One flower out of a field.

Close up of a small white flower with many segments surrounded by blades of grass.

#Clover. One flower out of a field.

#nature #florespondence #flowers

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And in related news, this confirms that @pixelfed now supports image uploads from @Tusky !

(That’s been the one thing missing from just using the Pixelfed website on my phone: it works great in a browser or as an installed PWA, but uploads can only start in the website. You can’t start with a photo gallery and share images to the site or PWA.)

I was listening to the Bard’s Tale IV soundtrack (highly recommended) today and started thinking …

I was listening to the Bard’s Tale IV soundtrack (highly recommended) today and started thinking about the game, and how I posted my first impressions but never came back to say anything about the game after playing it through.

Short version: Enjoyable mix of retro mechanics and new gaming capabilities, *great* soundtrack, emphasis on strategy rather than just overpowering, some clunky bits even after the “Director’s Cut” update.

Long version: https://hyperborea.org/reviews/games/bards-tale-4/

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