Cancon? Yes. Not long after that, we descended upon Canberra for Round Two of the epic event known simply as Cancon. This time around was a little bit different than last time, but it was just as excellent. We had a slightly different group of people, and I didn’t participate in any tournaments.
Ghost Emails Using Email Hosting
Ghost uses Nodemailer to fling emails around, which means you can use an email hosting solution with Ghost in order to send emails out. The Ghost team have covered self hosted mail configuration, though it might not be obvious what to do if you use a lesser known email hosting solution, or even operate your own.
Optimise Ghost and nginx
This is a step by step guide on how to optimise Ghost and nginx. This guide is part of the Deploy Ghost series and is split into three parts - Deploying, Securing, and Optimising. This is part three and once we’re done, we will have nginx and our Ghost blog optimised to serve content quickly and reduce the server load in the process.
Secure Ghost with nginx and Let's Encrypt
This is a step by step guide on how to secure Ghost with nginx and Let’s Encrypt. This guide is part of the Deploy Ghost series and is split into three parts - Deploying, Securing, and Optimising. This is part two and once we’re done, we will have our Ghost blog running over HTTPS, with a good TLS and security header setup.
Deploy Ghost on Debian with nginx and PM2
With the release of Ghost 1.0, this guide is now deprecated. Please check out the official documentation on how to install the latest version. This is a step by step guide on how to deploy Ghost on Debian (Jessie) using nginx as a reverse-proxy, and PM2 as our Node.js process manager.