This is a follow-up on The expected tutorial: How to install WriteFreely on a Raspberry pi 3 in 10 steps. I will explain what was necessary to make cross-compiling work for newer WriteFreely versions with SQLite support.
I built a web application with file upload functionality. Some Vue.js in the front and a CouchDB in the back. Everything should be pretty simple and straigt forward.
Nearly six years ago, I wrote about password complexity and showed how long it takes to crack passwords per length. You can find that article on github (in German).