Also, on the way back to work after my therapy, I managed to figure out how I want to automate stuff on my domain.


Basically, I want my git user to have some post commit/push to generate my blog (basically, runs Zola). But if it is my Git user, how will my Blog user have the content?

That's when I realized that what I need is that Git and Blog users to belong to the same group. That would allow both users to access the same files (with the proper permissions, that is).

Sure, I could add a static somewhere outside the Git repos in the Git user home and just don't need to change ownership, but I really don't want to mix things (the blog user will keep the blog, the git user will keep the git service, and so on).

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