Well... It's a first step, right?
I'm going to buy a coffee machine that has a weak plastic tool, IMO. And it's the choosen one because the stl file of that tool is available on thingiverse.
If someday, in the future, this piece (or another) breaks I will not have the need to buy another machine. I will not even need to design the broken piece!
If I want to repair it I'm going to be able to do it.
Your product, my machine, my rules.
Two decades ago, people would think I was cracy if I said that by 2020 people would love to give their private data to numerous ads (and surveillance) companies.
The data are:
2. Phone logs,
4. All of the data saved on cloud storage (think Google Drive),
5. Browsing history,
6. Email (think Gmail),
7. Camera on their phones,
8. Health data (think Google Fit),
9. Schedule (think Google Calendar),
10. Family photographs,
11. Real time locations,
12. And numerous others.
Rant – You likely* don’t need a 2,000$ server for your home https://xtremeownage.com/2020/11/17/rant-you-dont-need-a-2000-server-for-your-home/ In other words, use (and buy) what you need, not what you want.
Unix System Monitoring and Diagnostic CLI Tools https://docs.monadical.com/s/system-monitoring-tools#
Last week, Google announced its own VPN service. Trusting Google's VPN would be like trusting a VPN from the NSA. Here's why giving Google direct access to all your online activity is a terrible idea: https://protonvpn.com/blog/google-vpn/
Using a Raspberry with OMV is not a good option in case of using it as a professional backup solution but it's better than nothing for small companies and freelancers. Also it's a cheap decision and you can schedule its work time to not to stress neither the CPU nor the hard disks.
Furthermore , if you have a near maker space you can 3D print a case with good ventilation for the HDs.
My experience using this combination for years could not be better.
Geek, GNU/Linux user, collectionist of Raspberry Pi and 3D printers.
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