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https://alexwennerberg.com

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Re: issues accessing images 7 days ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Strange! Let me know if you can reproduce the issue and I’ll try and resolve it

Alex

> On May 4, 2021, at 9:15 AM, Kartik Agaram <ak@akkartik.com> wrote:
> 
> I just tried it again after I sent my email and it works now! But
> there was a period of an hour or so where it wasn't working. Oh well.
> Thank you for investigating!

Re: issues accessing images 7 days ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Hi Kartik. The client I’m using (elaho) has no problems. My guess is either it is a lagrange issue, or I’m not setting mimetypes properly and it doesn’t like that. I can investigate further later

Alex

> On May 4, 2021, at 9:10 AM, Kartik Agaram <ak@akkartik.com> wrote:
> 
> I recently created a homepage on flounder. Thank you for creating a
> great service! I uploaded a couple of images a day or so ago, and they
> looked great. However when I go back this morning, the images are not
> loading. I use the Lagrange client, which returns "Error loading
> image". Here are the URLs of the images:
> 
> - gemini://akkartik.flounder.online/akkartik.jpg
> - gemini://akkartik.flounder.online/mu-solarized.jpg

Re: flounder.online support 10 days ago

From alex wennerberg to ~aw/flounder

Marco -- thanks for the feedback!

On Sat May 1, 2021 at 7:42 AM PDT, Marco wrote:
> Hey there, I'm using your service to host my gemlog
> (bi-rabittoh.flounder.online).  It's so awesome, I love the feed
> functionality since it saves me a lot of work and lets me focus on
> actually writing the articles...
>
> Now, I have two questions. I hope you can find some time to answer,
> but it's okay if you don't... After all, I didn't pay for this
> service.
>
> 1. I created some drafts in my .hidden folder inside /gemlog. They
> don't show up on the flounder.online main page, but they're still

Re: Certificate Expired 13 days ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

I wanted to give each user their own namespace. This allows them to do things like set a robots.txt file etc

I use Caddy as my web server and it has some tools for automating wildcard certs but last time i checked they didn’t support my domain regustrar. There was a workaround that I wasnt happy with at the time, but i forget what it was. I’ll try to automate it again in 3 months when this is again a problem

Alex

> On Apr 29, 2021, at 12:12 AM, Michael Mientus <michael.mientus@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> On 4/29/2021 1:16 AM, Alex wrote:
>> Should be up now. Let me know if you have issues
> 
> Looks good here.
> 
> Are you able to automate the DNS entry?

Re: Certificate Expired 13 days ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Should be up now. Let me know if you have issues

Alex

> On Apr 28, 2021, at 10:57 PM, Michael Mientus <michael.mientus@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> It looks like the flounder certificate expired. I can't reach the HTTPS user portal or public pages. The gemini protocol still seems to be working. I'm able to access my page through my Gemini client and via proxy.
> 
> -- 
> Mike
> 

Re: Certificate Expired 13 days ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Thanks for letting me know, because it’s wildcard certs I have to renew them manually, I will do this now

Alex

> On Apr 28, 2021, at 10:57 PM, Michael Mientus <michael.mientus@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> It looks like the flounder certificate expired. I can't reach the HTTPS user portal or public pages. The gemini protocol still seems to be working. I'm able to access my page through my Gemini client and via proxy.
> 
> -- 
> Mike
> 

Re: Minimal set of SFTP transactions a month ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Hi thanks! I will take a look and maybe add to the documentation. I’ve been using sshfs for a similar task, you might want to try that out too. The fact that I don’t support rmdir is an open issue, I just haven’t gotten around to fixing it. 

All the best,

Alex

> On Mar 29, 2021, at 12:57 PM, QSMD <mail@qsmd.de> wrote:
> 
> Also, I should say that the title is not entirely precise, it is only for creating a minimal set of SFTP transactions _that modify the files_.

Re: Minimal set of SFTP transactions a month ago

From Alex to ~aw/flounder

Hi thanks! I will take a look and maybe add to the documentation. I’ve been using sshfs for a similar task, you might want to try that out too. The fact that I don’t support rmdir is an open issue, I just haven’t gotten around to fixing it. 

All the best,

Alex

> On Mar 29, 2021, at 12:57 PM, QSMD <mail@qsmd.de> wrote:
> 
> Also, I should say that the title is not entirely precise, it is only for creating a minimal set of SFTP transactions _that modify the files_.

Re: [PATCH mygit v2 1/3] use Solarized colour scheme, dark mode a month ago

From alex wennerberg to ~aw/patches

Thanks again for your work, I've pushed these changes

Alex

On Sun Mar 28, 2021 at 2:45 PM PDT, Johann Galle wrote:
> From: Johann150 <johann@qwertqwefsday.eu>
>
> To be able to use dark mode in the form of CSS's prefers-color-scheme,
> syntect had to be switched to output classes instead of hard coded
> colours.
>
> This is a bit problematic as seen in the changes on the stylesheet. Some
> of
> the CSS classes could probably be merged, but this is a nontrivial

Re: [PATCH mygit 3/3] caching for static resources a month ago

From alex wennerberg to ~aw/patches

I'll take a look. I've been doing much less open source work lately,
limiting it to about an hour a day after work, so it may take me a bit

Alex

On Sun Mar 28, 2021 at 2:41 PM PDT, Johann Galle wrote:
> On 28.03.2021 18:25, alex wennerberg wrote:
> > Interesting, is there no Tide library to serve a file that includes the 
> 405
> > handling already?
>
> I did not find something like that. But I also almost added the `time`
> library before discovering the `IfModifiedSince`. Maybe you can find
> something?