I just released Fafi v0.1.5-alpha. Fafi is a console application that indexes and searches the page content of Firefox bookmarks.
pipx install fafi
v0.1.5 stores the database into it's own application settings (using)
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I updated the "Auto-Update Nextcloud" post with a new version of the script to update the installed apps as well! https://
I run my own Nextcloud server, and every other week there's an update to the server, or one of the plugins I've enabled. The following steps enable automatic updates to the Nextcloud server.
This assumes Nextcloud is installed under
Add a scheduled task as the webserver user:
$ sudo -u www-data crontab -e
Add the following line to run the upgrade script once a day at 4:05am. Instead of running the upgrade process directly we run a script so that we can also run it from the shell if needed:
5 4 * * * cd /var/www/nextcloud && ./upgrade.sh
Now create the script and make it executable:
$ cd /var/www/nextcloud
$ nano upgrade.sh && sudo chmod +x upgrade.sh
The script itself runs the server updater, the no-interaction argument prevents prompting for questions, followed by the occ utility to update all installed apps.
pushd $(dirname $0)/updater
/usr/bin/php updater.phar --no-interaction
cd ..; ./occ app:update --all
All my local shops have run out of hand gel sanitizer, but still have bars of soap available. It’s very weird as the latter is more effective in getting rid of dirt and virus from your hands. #corvid19
Over the holidays I’ve build a little tool, Faff, to index and search the page contents of Firefox bookmarks. This allows searching using words that appear on the pages rather than in the bookmark title. It uses full-text-search with ranking / relevance and snippets, it’s quite WIP. More info at
It's written in Python command-line tool and uses SQLite's full-text search and Newspaper's text extraction, so a search over all my bookmarks takes only about 0.3 seconds although the indexing is certainly slow.
Cuttlefish is a PHP based hackable blog framework -- with the goals of being fast, easily hackable, and easy to adopt. I've been working on it since 2012, when it was known as Carbon. It can generate a static HTML site for uploading anywhere, or run dynamically.
Version 0.4 licenses the code as MIT, so anyone can build on top of the project. Cuttlefish now has API documentation courtesy of PHPDox, which is updated whenever code is changed. I've changed the code style from 'WordPress-like' to the PHP community default of PSR12. The project now comes with a Docker container which means getting up and running is even easier.
Install Cuttlefish is easy using the instructions. For a fuller list of changes see .
Known issue: I still have trouble getting Xdebug to work, if you're familiar with Docker Compose and Xdebug I could use your help.
For v0.5, now that the codebase is in a better state, I'm looking at adding more features again.