I've used my Synology NAS for some time now - about two years and counting, and it's been a great tool to backup information locally (e.g. from my phones or shared computers). Then, I got to thinking - it's pretty much a mini-computer. It has a quad-core 1.4Ghz CPU, a whopping 2GB RAM, and _plenty_ of storage. I can do more with it than just use it for occasional data dumps. That is - I could use it for frequent data dumps.
As I was fiddling with some automation scenarios at home, I thought of putting the Synology Network Attached Storage (NAS) to good use. That is, in addition to all the photo backup stuff it's already doing. At the end of last year, I wrote a blog post about building a simple system to maintain evergreen notes, based on Hugo, Docker, and, well, that's it - there are only Markdown files in the mix. Evergreen notes in this context are nothing other than a personal Wikipedia of sorts.