Passionate Projects, Hangzhou Trip, and Anime Time

In the blink of an eye, another two weeks have passed. It's time to take a moment to reflect on what has happened recently.

Crazy Things to Do#

Recently, it seems that I have found something I want to do and I am tirelessly dedicated to it.

I have been thinking about rewriting my personal website for a long time, and the idea has resurfaced. Recently, apart from work, I have been crazily rewriting my personal website. I have probably completed about 50% of it now. This time, I will also write a few articles about the practice of Next.js App Router.

Also, this project is now open source. Although it is still a work in progress, I welcome everyone to take a look and provide suggestions for improvement. Give me a star to encourage me!


Last week, I went to Hangzhou again to attend HZLUG. I estimate that I will go to Hangzhou every two weeks this month. The reason for this trip was that my server had some problems. After seeking help from {TW@strrlthedev}, we couldn't find a solution online. Luckily, there was an HZLUG event on Saturday where I could troubleshoot on-site and meet many Linux experts. Being socially anxious, I invited {TW@unixzii} and {TW@pseudo_yu} to join me. It was a gathering of experts. They were all very knowledgeable, but unfortunately, there was not enough information to solve the problem temporarily, so they suggested that I submit a support ticket.

In the evening, we had dinner together, but I left early and rushed back home to catch the high-speed train.

During other times, I stayed at home. The weather is getting hotter and I don't feel like going out.

Other Interesting Things#


I accidentally discovered that PVE's LXC containers are particularly suitable for replacing Docker. So I moved some Docker containers deployed in an Arch VM to LXC. I also reorganized ADGuardHome, and now I have a dedicated ADG for going abroad, with maximum internet speed. Uptime Kuma has also been moved to an LXC container, as well as the Zero Trust tunnel. I have set up a complete service monitoring system and used Zero Trust to expose it to the public network. Public Monitor

New Domain Name#

I purchased the new domain name, which may be used to deploy a new website in the future.

Recent Purchases#

The Kuycon 5K monitor I bought last time broke twice in less than two weeks, so I contacted the seller and returned it. I reluctantly bought a Studio Display, hoping it will last longer. I have to say that Apple's devices work seamlessly together and provide an excellent user experience. They don't have the problems that third-party monitors have, such as slow screen brightness.


  • Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - Entertainment District Arc (completed) / I finished watching it. The ending made me feel a bit sad halfway through, but fortunately, it didn't end on a cliffhanger. Everyone, go watch it!
  • The Case Study of Vanitas, still following it!

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