Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 14 Aug 2018.
@MLyons we're counting on you. Do that nginx magic.
And get round to implementing RFC 7168 while you're at it!
Might do it this week if nothing else comes up. Looking into HTTP2 atm
We did think about it
Can't have tls 1.3 without HTTP/2
Wasn't aware that was a thing. I know you need HTTPS for HTTP2 but didn't think you needed HTTP2 for TLS 1.3
You're right lad, getting me protocols muddled. This is what happens when you're suddenly unemployed and haven't powered on a computer in three weeks (and counting).
Which you may not have noticed but bit-tech now should always auto take you to HTTPS.
(I'm cheating, I'm using Cloudflare!)
tut tut. Not all links auto redirect to HTTPS http://freelance.halfacree.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/cpc179.jpg
I don't need 'em to - as long as the default is HTTPS. It's a portfolio site, not a bank - if someone wants to manually visit the thing via HTTP (from a Windows 95 box running IE3 or something, I dunno, I've done stranger) I'm not about to tell 'em no!
Some threads I walk into like a party where i've forgot to wear trousers, suddenly realise I shouldn't be here, no idea what i'm doing and try to leave without too many people seeing me.
Wouldn't be surprised if we have weirder visiting here. People working in orgs with enforced operating systems and browsers.
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