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Google Condemns the Archival Web by Doc Searls
The archival Web—the one you see through the protocol HTTP—will soon be condemned, cordoned off behind Google's police tape, labeled "insecure" on every current Chrome browser.

For some perspective on this, imagine if suddenly all the national parks in the world became forbidden zones because nature created them before they could only be seen through crypto eyeglasses.

Every legacy website, nearly all of which were created with no malice, commit no fraud and distribute no malware, will become haunted houses: still there, but too scary for most people to visit.

It's easy to imagine, and Google wants you to imagine it.
HTTPS  blogging 
yesterday by W6AZ
Speeding up this blog by 25x-50x
I’ve seen all these studies that show how a 100ms improvement in page load time has a significant effect on page views, conversion rate, etc., but I’d never actually tried to optimize my site. This blog is a static Octopress site, hosted on GitHub Pages. Static sites are supposed to be fast, and GitHub Pages uses Fastly, which is supposed to be fast, so everything should be fast, right?
webdev  performance  nginx  https 
2 days ago by dangeranger
Tuning NGINX for Performance - NGINX
NGINX is well known as a high‑performance load balancer, cache, and web server, powering over 40% of the busiest websites in the world. For most use cases, default NGINX and Linux settings work well, but achieving optimal performance sometimes requires a bit of tuning. This blog post discusses some of the NGINX and Linux settings to consider when tuning a system.
nginx  performance  https  webdev  devops  Linux  sysadmin 
2 days ago by dangeranger
Use a .dev domain? Not anymore. – Medium Engineering
For years, programmers used .dev domains for testing their code. Those days are over.
Internet  webdev  development  https  Google  certificate  DNS 
3 days ago by aldolat
Chrome & Firefox now force .dev domains to HTTPS via preloaded HSTS
Chrome 63 (out since December 2017), will force all domains ending on .dev (and .foo) to be redirected to HTTPS via a preloaded HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) header. Update 07/02/2018: Firefox now also forces .DEV domains to HTTPS.
webdev  Firefox  Chrome  https  certificate  development  Google 
3 days ago by aldolat
Neilpang/ A pure Unix shell script implementing ACME client protocol
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
https  letsencrypt  cli 
5 days ago by reorx
Because his technical arguments against are so flimsy, Dave Winer is now resorting to authentic frontier gib…
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