I’ve had SSL available on my site for some time using startssl, but as the certificate was expiring and requires manual renewal, I though it was time to try out letsencrypt. I’m a huge fan of the idea of letsencrypt, which is trying to bring free SSL encryption to the whole of the internet, in particular all the smaller sites who might not have the expertise to roll out SSL or where a cost might be restrictive.
There are a lot of scripts for powering letsencrypt, but getssl looked the best fit for my use case as I just wanted a simple script to generate certificates, not manage apache configs or anything else. It seems to do a pretty good job so far. I swapped over the certificates to the newly generated ones and it seems pretty smooth sailing.
A warning about thinking twice before relying on megacorp cloud providers:
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Been reading a lot about #minimalism. Now have 32,509 bookmarks on the subject.
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Goodbye #Instagram. Your collection of heavily-filtered, uncomposed photos was tiresome & uninspiring.
Time to pare-down the list of unnecessary social networks in my life.
You can drink tea, work in peace and quiet … and feel your eyes burn! What’s not to like about 4:30am!
The internet’s been alive with this story for a few days, so I’m late to the party. But it finally reveals what we suspected existed for so long.
A fair analysis of what seems to be missing in modern Trek.
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