Borgmatic is a free and open source configuration-driven wrapper around Borg, the secure and space-efficient archiver. Borgmatic allows us to orchestrate Borg backups by setting redundancy, rotations, hooks and many other things in a central place: an human-friendly and very well commented configuration file.
Git is by far the most used version control system out there. Originally created by Linus Torvalds, it is free and open source software, released under the GPLv2 license. Many online platforms such as Github or Gitlab allow developers to easily store and track changes in their code in public or private repositories using git as a backend.
Debian, also known as “the universal operating system”, is one of the oldest Linux distributions. At any point in time there are always three main Debian releases: stable, testing and unstable. The “stable” release represents the official Debian release: it is rock solid, ready for production, and contains packages which doesn’t change much. The “testing” release contains packages which are on their road to be accepted into stable, and finally, the “unstable” release is the one with the most updated versions of software, used for the distribution development.
Git is, by far, the most used version control system. Being it “distributed”, means that each user can clone its own full copy of a repository on which he can work even if offline, pushing changes to a remote only when ready. Git repositories are not designed to host sensitive information, but in certain situations, the ability of transparently encrypt the content of a repository can come in handy. The git remote-gcrypt helper is designed with this goal in mind.
OnlyOffice is an open source office suite compatible with both open and proprietary documents formats. The suite includes applications to create and edit text documents, spreadsheets and presentations. The “community” version of OnlyOffice is cost-free and can be installed both as a service, or in the form of classic desktop editors.