Migrating from Codepipeline to Gitea Actions

Filed under blog on January 27, 2024

I recently slapped a new box in my rack and installed some general purpose services on it, one of which was Gitea, which is a self hosted git service.

One of my ongoing efforts is to move as much as possible off the cloud and into my rack. While this is not necessarily the most economical decision, I have the peace of mind that I’m keeping my data in my own space rather than shipping it off to a third party. It also has the added benefit of not needing to wait until Amazon gets their shit together and updates the node build images.

If you’re reading this post, then my deployment was successful and I’ve managed to teach myself how to use Github actions effectively. I’m using this as the test post to see if it deploys out correctly and building out my Telegram build notifications.

Stephen Gream

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