I’ve found the rS-community through the unhosted.org site and if I understand it correctly this is the place to ask about unhosted stuff in general too.
I’m very excited about the whole unhosted/rS thingy and I want to dive into it.
As I’m in the the works of helping to mount a local server collective for others tired of the AYDABTU-crew I thought I’d want to get started by figuring out how to set up a small server on a Raspberry PI to act as my rS and get started with my own unhostedness.
The apps I’m looking to deal with are:
- email (incl. PGP, filtering and lists)
- a personal wiki (something like [zim] but for the browser)
- some kind of publishing of my findings (possibly by making some wiki-pages public)
I don’t really do much more online
Anyway, what I’m trying to get help with are some more specific things:
- Setting up an unhosted server on local hardware for testing - and to later deploy it on a Raspberry. (put in another way: it would be nice if the server-adventure on [unhosted.org]  included info for people that want to set up their own server at home and not just buy VPS+TLS)
- Hm, and now I saw the “Get STorage” part not sure why I didn’t see that before, will dwell! Understanding how to make my own rS-server, is there a reference implementation of the latest spec, etc? (put in another way: please update [http://remotestorage.io/provide/]  including links to current examples.)
If I get a little help those two things I’m sure I can slowly get to them and then onwards
ps. I’m not really a proficient coder, but I have patience and time to get my head around stuff - moslty I think I could figure these things out myself, but I’m guessing that since I would like to know this someone else will too and I think it might lower the threshold for not-yet-believers
: All Your Data Are Belong To Us
: https://unhosted.org/adventures/3/Setting-up-your-personal-server.html “server adventure on unhosted.org”