If you’re interested in winning a free t-shirt from DigitalOcean (who is teaming up with GitHub to run the promotion), you need to make 4 pull requests in the month of October to any public repo. We have tagged several issues on our repos with the hacktoberfest label, if you are you interested in quickly seeing where we could use some help. Continue reading “Pi-hole Will Be Participating In Hacktoberfest”
We love our community of users and we try our best to implement the things you request of us. Many of you have been asking if you can set up recurring donations to our project. The answer is now yes! Continue reading “Recurring Donations, Updated Merchandise, And Presentations”
As Pi-hole’s userbase has grown, so have the posts about people discovering interesting, perplexing, and nefarious things happening on their network. While Pi-hole doesn’t provide deep insight into the traffic in your network, it’s great for a high-level overview of the sites/domains being visited on your network.
This is the fourth iteration of this type of post. It’s just an amalgamation of links to public forums where people have posted their discoveries and screenshots. Enjoy! Continue reading “Part 4: What Really Happens On Your Network?”