There have been several fellow members of the Habari community that have decided to switch to Nginx lately. Knowing that I run Nginx exclusively (and set up and maintain the instance that hosts the Habari website itself), they’ve asked questions from time to time.
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Quite a while back we finally dumped our self-hosted SVN repos and moved over to GitHub for all our Habari code. Owen created an amazing script to pull all the issues out of our old (and insanely slow) Trac instance and dump them into the GitHub Issues system and we happily moved on and got back to work.
Ok, so Amazon announced that you can now use your root domain to host static sites on S3, but should you?
So I’ve owned the domain doesnthaveone.com for over 10 years now (wow!). I’ve historically avoided setting up a catchall email address, since there is only one active email address for the domain (chris@), and it already gets enough SPAM.
SNI is becoming more and more popular, since you don’t need a dedicated IP address for every SSL certificate. I wouldn’t quite recommend it for your web store yet (it’s not supported by any version of Internet Explorer on Windows XP - though Google and Apple both found it easy enough to do on all versions), but if you’re just looking to secure your blog’s login form to prevent sending your password across the internet in plain text it’s great. Pair it with free SSL certificates from StartSSL and you’re good to go!