Self Hosted Roundup #31

What's new in self hosted applications this week? Check it out in the Self Hosted Roundup #31! 👋

Self Hosted Roundup #31

Welcome back to the Self Hosted Roundup where we bring you the latest in Self Hosted and Open Source applications each week.

What new self hosted apps have we found this week? Let's take a look.


Huntly is a self-hosted information management tool, in simple terms, contains the following features.

  • RSS subscription and reading.
  • Automatically saves the pages that have been viewed, then you can save them as read later, favorites or archives.
  • There is a special treatment for Twitter sites that automatically saves the requested tweet timeline, recording whether it has been viewed or not, and in huntly you can even revisit these tweets in a more convenient way.
  • You can search by title, content, type, favorite method, and other dimensions.
  • Connect to other services, currently GitHub is supported, so it's also a Github stars management tool.
  • In the future, it may support connections to services like Pocket, Hypothesis, etc.


Docspell is a personal document organizer. Or sometimes called a "Document Management System" (DMS). You'll need a scanner to convert your papers into files. Docspell can then assist in organizing the resulting mess 😉. It can unify your files from scanners, emails and other sources. It is targeted for home use, i.e. families, households and also for smaller groups/companies. is a self-hosted file based task management board that supports Markdown syntax.


  • Create cards, lists and tags in a modern and responsive interface;
  • Write cards as Markdown files;
  • Easy to install with a single Docker image;
  • Light and dark themes synced with operating system settings;
  • Heavy customizable with 3 default color themes (Adwaita, Nord and Catppuccin);
  • Support for subpath based reverse-proxy with a environment variable for base path;

Home Journal

Home Journal is a self-hosted mini journaling site for families for capturing memories, stories, photos, ideas, jokes and anything else you want to remember.


Login with Spotify and Listory will save all tracks you listen to.


sponsorblockcast is a POSIX shell script that skips sponsored YouTube content and skippable ads on all local Chromecasts, using the SponsorBlock API. It was inspired by CastBlock but written from scratch to avoid some of its pitfalls (see Differences from CastBlock).

Desktop App of the Week

The free and open source desktop app of the week goes to...

Tabby 🏆

Tabby (formerly Terminus) is a highly configurable terminal emulator, SSH and serial client for Windows, macOS and Linux

  • Integrated SSH and Telnet client and connection manager
  • Integrated serial terminal
  • Theming and color schemes
  • Fully configurable shortcuts and multi-chord shortcuts
  • Split panes
  • Remembers your tabs
  • PowerShell (and PS Core), WSL, Git-Bash, Cygwin, MSYS2, Cmder and CMD support
  • Direct file transfer from/to SSH sessions via Zmodem
  • Full Unicode support including double-width characters
  • Doesn't choke on fast-flowing outputs
  • Proper shell experience on Windows including tab completion (via Clink)
  • Integrated encrypted container for SSH secrets and configuration
  • SSH, SFTP and Telnet client available as a web app (also self-hosted).

Joke of the Week

One day, William was called to fix a computer at a local business. As he was working on the computer, he accidentally spilled his coffee all over the keyboard. "Oh no!" he exclaimed. "I guess that's what you call a 'Java' error!" His client just stared at him blankly, clearly not amused. 😆

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These applications are not necessarily already highlighted on Noted but may eventually be reviewed. The goal of this series is to simply let you know what's new in Self Hosting (or new to me) in a bulletin style fashion so you have something to tinker with over the weekend. You can browse the Self Hosted applications or the directory for in depth reviews of applications we have used and tested.

Have a great weekend everyone!