ansible playbook for setting up #matrix is so easy and straightforward (https://github.com/spantaleev/matrix-docker-ansible-deploy)
@Gargron matrix / element? However for communication app friends and family need to be willing to switch. I find that part harder than finding a service.
Note to self (or whoever is looking for this): Buy the smart device with "Local Push" (followed by "Local Pull") when looking for Home Assistant compatible devices, put it on subnet without internet access and control it through HASS. . "Assumed" is fine but then again these are generally not complete solution. "Cloud Push/Pull" are complete trash at least for privacy
@dansup 2 separate apps are fine, most moderation can happen on computer / browser. Also this keeps user app simple
@Gargron had exact same issue, turns out if there are less than 5 items in inventory they can't sell you something through online (right now everything apart from work table / chair is less than 5 in my area stores). Also I've not tried buying anything that's plenty in stock to know for sure if all online purchases are messed
@purism this looks interesting, can ability to create virtual number be added? (Giving out not real number while signing up for services/websites etc.)
@tootbrute let me have a look again, last time I checked orange was providing hosting (shared space) and not VPS itself. Thanks a lot for list, gonna go through over next day.
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