Do you need a CDN for a blog

I find a lot of blogs use CDNs these days this made me wonder if they seriously need a CDN or is it just because they can get one. What felt weird was how personal blogs used CDN, where the content was mostly text. I believed strongly that they used

Gogs on CentOS

Gogs also known as Go Git Server is an open source cross-platform self-hosted Git server written in Golang, similar to the GitLab which is written in Ruby. It is easy to install and configure and offers a lot of customization options while installing, it lets you choose between MySQL, SQLite,

Gogs on Debian

Gogs also known as Go Git Server is an open source cross-platform self-hosted Git server written in Golang, similar to the GitLab which is written in Ruby. It is easy to install and configure and offers a lot of customization options while installing, it lets you choose between MySQL, SQLite,

When and why you should use a CDN

CDN also known as Content Delivery Network is a way to distribute web content and assets to the user depending on this geographical location, this means that the closest server to your location will serve you the content. This makes a load up time faster and reduces the load amount

Transfer files using Rsync

I had been using FTP for a very long time for transferring, it is a great protocol for file transfer, but it is time-consuming when transferring big files or many files to a distant server, a server can timeout if the server is or the client network is slow. I