After some struggle, (their docs are not easy) I succeeded to connect my domain bought on Namecheap, lesauf.com, to my website on gitlab pages. I actually created two customs domains on Gitlab Pages (“Settings” -> “Pages”): lesauf.com and www.lesauf.com. Here is my configuration in the “Advanced DNS section on Namecheap that made the verification on Gitlab pages work : Delete all the default records set by Namecheap; Add an “A” record pointing to 35.
Or why I do track my expenses I think many people simply manage their finance by making sure they still have some money available at any time. I used to do it myself, but I got tired of being surprised at how much I spent, without knowing where I all used it. It is true that every month I have my budget well established like a shopping list, but it did not always reflect my real expenses.
Camera Gear Olympus OM-D E-M10 II + Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F1.7 ASPH Remote trigger (Yongnuo RF603N) Flash (Yongnuo YN560 III) Little flexible tripod Tripod Computer & Accessories 2-in-1 PC (HP Elite x2, 8Gb 128Gb) : I could not afford a more powerful yet portable option USB Hub (Ugreen all in one USB-C) 1Tb external HDD Software Fedora Linux : I work on Linux only since 2006 Digikam : Organize my more than 56 000 photographs Darktable : Develop my raw photographs GIMP : Some small retouching on pictures Scribus : When I want to do a photobook Hugin - Panorama photo stitcher : For panoramas and photo merge Exiv2 : To backup and restore the images metadata when working with hugin Nik Collection (old free Google version) Online Services Gitlab : Git repository Backblaze B2 : Cloud backup for my photos Cloudinary : Cloud CDN for my images
Or why as coder I finally decided to code my website For about one year I were a Zenfolio customer, and I have not much complain about their service (and their support), except their big visible logo on top-right corner of my website. I really liked their many available templates and their online DAM to handle my images naming, tagging and organization. This way I thought I could more focus on my pictures.