makes a very good point.
"What is 'lollipop project'"
It's an attempt to lower the friction of self hosting. Preferably on Raspberry Pi's, Orange Pi's and other lean, small ARM mini-computer boards.
I've been quietly working for the last 3 months on building a self-hosted cloud that's rarely online (only to get updates really) as well as provide services for myself and others while 'disconnected'. Services like contact/calendar/gpx track sync. GPX tracking. Blog, more.
As I've worked on the project a few very amazing folks have made suggestions about how it could be used to lower the barrier of 'just self host' for a LOT of people floating around the federverse.
After some thinking and quiet time I realized it's time to make this a real project.
The 'Lollipop Cloud' is born of a desire to self host when nomadic, facilitating sync when 'in the jungle' or just wanting to give 🖕 to the various corporate entities who harvest your data.
A cloud in a very small box is the goal. A box the size of a credit card or as big as a rack mount server. YOU decide.
More will be online/posted soon.
If your daring the current public 'stuff' is at http://git.lollipop.holdmybeer.solutions/