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URL https://www.talkyard.io/-/v0/feed
Title www.talkyard.io
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-/v0/

Talkyard setup in Docker Container

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Title Talkyard setup in Docker Container
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-15
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-15
Published 1579416104
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Okay installed on a seperate Server. But when i try to activate https. I get the Error Message that the certificate can notbe found. But the Certs are still present under the Cert location.</p> </div>

Talkyard setup in Docker Container

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Title Talkyard setup in Docker Container
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-14
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-14
Published 1578986447
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Ok. Actually, looking at the things you self host on the same server — maybe you'll want to install even more other things in the future? I'm wondering if some of those will also want to listen on port 80 and 443. With that in mind, if you have time and think it seems like fun, it could be a good idea to learn how to configure Nginx as a reverse proxy. So anything that wants, can listen on 80 and 443, in the future.</p> <p>B.t.w. the other services — you mentioned: <em>"Nextcloud, an selfhosted Pastebin, Collabora Office and many other Sites"</em> — what about them and https? You found a way to configure https for them, although I suppose they cannot listen on port 80 because Ghost has "taken" that port?</p> </div>

Talkyard setup in Docker Container

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Title Talkyard setup in Docker Container
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-13
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-13
Published 1578982587
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>I try it again, when I install talkyard on a separate server.</p> <p>I wrote again when it is installed</p> </div>

Filesize limitations to uploads

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Title Filesize limitations to uploads
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-307#post-11
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-307#post-11
Published 1578980896
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Thanks for the update :) IMO it's a little confusing right now to see your text 3 places, 2 I think is the maximum of what makes sense to look at, so while the experiment is great in itself my personal opinion is that it makes the editing experience slightly worse right now.<br /> Perhaps the eventual best editing experience is something we could look at - and talk about soon - while also considering being able to plug in custom made editor components.</p> </div>

Talkyard setup in Docker Container

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Title Talkyard setup in Docker Container
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-12
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-12
Published 1578980504
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <blockquote> <p>Is it possible to load the Certificates into the Container? like</p> </blockquote> <p>Yes, that's how things work already (albeit the cert would be located in <code>/opt/talkyard/data/certbot/</code> not in <code>/etc/letsencrypt/</code>).</p> <p>(Look at <a href="https://github.com/debiki/talkyard-prod-one/blob/6313d3d57f585c877b0a0798990057cc2f3e3c19/docker-compose.yml#L25" rel="nofollow">https://github.com/debiki/talkyard-prod-one/blob/master/docker-compose.yml#L25</a>.)</p> <p>However, LetsEncrypt still requires Talkyard to listen on port 80 not 9001. (Otherwise you cannot generate a cert.) Until Talkyard listens on port 80, you'll need to disable HTTPS between CloudFlare and the Talkyard server.</p> <p>***</p> <p>I don't know why this: <a href="https://comments.dasnetzundich.de/-/assets/v0.6.51-WIP-1/more-bundle.min.js" rel="nofollow">https://comments.dasnetzundich.de/-/assets/v0.6.51-WIP-1/more-bundle.min.js</a><br /> isn't found. I just installed Talkyard locally to verify that the url path is correct, and yes it is (this works for me: <a href="http://localhost/-/assets/v0.6.51-WIP-1/more-bundle.min.js" rel="nofollow">http://localhost/-/assets/v0.6.51-WIP-1/more-bundle.min.js</a> ).</p> <p>So I'm wondering if CloudFlare somehow forwards that request, to the wrong URL (or port).</p> <p>Talkyard's Nginx server logs messages to: <code>/var/log/nginx/access.log</code> (on the host, not inside the container) and <code>/var/log/nginx/error.log</code>. Maybe you could private-message me those files?</p> <p>***</p> <p>You also need to set: <code>talkyard.secure=true</code> in <code>/opt/talkyard/conf/play-framework.conf</code>.</p> </div>

support-chat

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Title support-chat
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-287
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-287
Published 1578958383
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Yeah if Talkyard had its own widget the styling would be uniform and it would look nicer, I think.</p> </div>

support-chat

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Title support-chat
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-286
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-286
Published 1578940183
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p><a class="esMention" href="/-/users/shalabh">@shalabh</a> that's an interesting idea, that Talkyard could have its own most recent comments iframe script. Probably such an iframe could be a bit better looking and UX friendly (maybe clickable author names) than a generic Atom feed widget.</p> <p>Anyway, for now, here's another blog that uses Talkyard comments and they've embedded the Atom feed in a "Recent comments" widget — look at the right hand sidebar here: <a href="https://bakadata.com/" rel="nofollow">https://bakadata.com/</a> . Maybe it can give you some ideas. Notice that the comments are clickable and you'll jump directly to it. — I'll ask them how they did that, I mean, which Atom widget they use.</p> </div>

support-chat

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Title support-chat
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-285
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-285
Published 1578939540
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>It would be easiest to have something just show up on a page via iframe/script (kinda like the comments) so I can say 'check out the recent comments on my blog: (..takyard embed link ..). I could work with <code>embedded-comments-feed</code>also using some other script - will try that out.</p> </div>

support-chat

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Title support-chat
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-284
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-284
Published 1578938973
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Hi <a class="esMention" href="/-/users/shalabh">@shalabh</a>, I'm glad it works for you. I'll send you a PM. There's an Atom feed with the most recent comments across all your blog posts — what about embedding the Atom feed in a widget at the blog? Your feed is at: <code>https://comments-for-__your_blog__.talkyard.net/-/v0/embedded-comments-feed</code>, and this search phrase: <em>"embed atom feed website"</em> gives some Google search hits.</p> <p>Let me know if the <code>embedded-comments-feed</code> works for you and/or if you have other ideas about how to do that?</p> </div>

Filesize limitations to uploads

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Title Filesize limitations to uploads
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-307#post-10
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-307#post-10
Published 1578919603
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Sorry this got a bit delayed. (Code reviewing some code took days longer than what I expected. B.t.w. if you type a reply — you'll notice that now there's a live preview of your response, so you can see exactly how it'll look, in the page. And maybe the preview in the editor itself hereafter in most cases isn't needed.)</p> <p>I started looking into this now this morning ... &amp; this week instead of last.</p> </div>

Talkyard setup in Docker Container

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Title Talkyard setup in Docker Container
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-11
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-310#post-11
Published 1578808979
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <blockquote> <p>Am I understanding it correctly, that Ghost and Talkyard run on the same virtual machine / server, and Ghost listens to 80 and 443, and Talkyard to 9001 and 4448? And there's no reverse proxy in front of them? (except for CloudFlare)</p> </blockquote> <p>Only for my Ghost Blog and other Sites like Nextcloud, an selfhosted Pastebin, Collabora Office and many other Sites. Some in Docker, some installed on Host System.<br /> It seems to work, when i look at the Site <a href="http://comments.dasnetzundich.de" rel="nofollow">comments.dasnetzundich.de</a>, but i must fix these Mixed Content Problem.</p> <img src="https://tyw-49f8.kxcdn.com/-/u/e7ef490a72/4/u/3n/cd5ciqkyhvgqfnvu3w3ctttwimvff5.jpg" /> <p>Is it possible to load the Certificates into the Container? like</p> <p>volume:</p> <ul> <li>/etc/letsencrypt/live/comments.dasnetzundich.de/:/etc/certbot:ro</li> </ul> <p>BTW: i use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on my Server</p> </div>

support-chat

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Title support-chat
GUID http://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-282
Link https://www.talkyard.io/-31#post-282
Published 1578808609
Summary <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Second question - I have a very low traffic site but I wouldn't actually mind paying the 'Some comments' plan for the blog comments. Except I couldn't figure out how to do it.</p> </div>