Hello! My name is Justin Forseth and this is my little corner of the internet: A website
I've created for testing, and experimenting
and trying new things. The whole thing is powered by a Raspberry Pi, which works
really pretty well.
I'm not always great at maintaining this page, but if you have any questions, I'd love to hear from you.
A simple tool I created to allow members of my church to exchange prayer requests.
I didn't create this, but it's running on my server. Matomo analytics allows me to see visit history.
Pleroma is a self-hosted alternative to the major social media sites. It's federated, meaning it interacts with other pleroma servers, around the world.
Nextcloud is a cloud storage site, like G-Suite, except it's self hosted. Didn't make it myself (obviously), but it comes in pretty handy.
In my free time I make videos about farming, ranching, events I go to, and whatever else I feel like. You can find them here.
A simple little popup widget I made as a challenge.
A simple todo list I created for personal use. Not available to general public.
My brother is a welder who makes horseshoe art, which you can look at and order from here.
Created so I didn't have to deal with Gmail to send prayer requests. Allows me to create custom email addresses for use on the site. Uses Postfix, Dovecot, and Rainloop.
A simple file sharing service I created. Upload a file to the server download it on another device. All uploads are public and are wiped at midnight.
A widget I made for a friend to help her keep track of which rider is currently up for barrel racing.
Mostly used to prevent the general public from using personal/admin tools, not needed for prayer requests or anything else.
A simple text editor. Built on Summernote, it's kinda like Google Docs, but with less features. On the plus side, it doesn't sell your data to advertisers.