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R. Deville - Documentation


Welcome to the home page of documentations of all my projects. Below is a list of projects grouped by categories, which also are the group names on  Framagit/Romain Deville - Public


IMPORTANT !
Main repo is on Framagit - R. Deville - Documentation.
On other online git platforms, they are just mirrors of the main repo.
Any issues, pull/merge requests, etc., might not be considered on those other platforms.

GRidOG GRidOG

This is the set of repos for my GRidOG projects allowing to host your own mail, git server, personal cloud, etc.

The aims of this project is to provide tutorials and other subrepos to setup your own personal cloud which can replace almost every Google services.

Moreover another aims is to try to make the management of personal cloud almost entirely automatic such as even not computer science specialist (such as your grandmother or your grandfather) could be able to maintain it.

My Programs My Programs

This is the set of all programs I developped at first for myself but which can be usefull to anyone (or not).

Name Description Repo
Mkdocs Template Mkdocs Template

Mkdocs Templates scaffolding project to host documentation configuration and themes to manage homogenous documentation accros multiple projects.

 Framagit
Mkdocs Template R. Deville Mkdocs Template R. Deville

Mkdocs Templates scaffolding project to host documentation configuration and themes to manage homogenous documentation accros multiple projects.
This is a fork of the main mkdocs_template storing the documentation template for project which documentation is provided at docs.romaindeville.fr.

 Framagit
Direnv Template Direnv Template

Project to manage Directory Environment (either manually or using direnv) uniformly for all my projects.

 Framagit

My Documents My Documents

This is the set of all repos hosting documents I may have created for lessons, conferences, etc., such as slides or tutorials.

My Dotfiles My Dotfiles

This is the set of all my dotfiles I managed with vcsh. I usually have one repo per type of dotfiles to be able to choose which dotfiles to install on each my computer.

Asumming you have installed vcsh, to install my dotfiles, simply use the following command vcsh clone <REPO_URL>.


Last update: May 12, 2021