Network Audio with PulseAudio
I have wanted to get remote sound sinks working ever since it saw it in action during a local Linux user group meeting. It was a bit beautiful in its simplicity – once you connected to the Wi-Fi the remote sink for the wireless speakers would magically appear, you select it as your sound output and you’re done. No cords, no passwords, no awkward pairing, and no noticeable delay. With the help of a Raspberry Pi and a few spare moments during the holidays I was able to get everything up and running.
Moving from traditional services to Docker
Declaring Digital Independence
Episode 1: File Syncronization & Calendaring with OwnCloud