Everyone should have a website. If you have something to say online, you should have a website.
Unfortunately, many of the people who push for this ideal don't actually give great advice on how to get started.
Stop being a peasant, become a LandChad!
is a great site created by a man named Luke Smith which was released yesterday.
Its name is a play on the words "landlord" and "chad". The site's first paragraph explains the meaning perfectly:
This is LandChad.net, a site dedicated to turning internet peasants into Internet Landlords by showing them how to setup websites, email servers, chat servers and everything in between.
Go take a look at the site! If you have been wanting to make your own website, it includes everything you need to get started, from 0 to a 100% working setup.
It also includes many guides on how to setup services such as:
- an all-in-one cloud server with NextCloud
- a Git server and platform with Gitea
- and a great article on how to make a full chat server setup with IRC
, written by me.
I wasn't paid to shill this site, I have received no money.
I just believe a site like this should be shared, because it is working towards a great goal, and already has a ton of great resources to help people create their own digital empire, free from centralized services.