I guess a counteraction to long tweetstorms could be including URLs to blog posts for even the 117 character tweets.
For things with titles.
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Figuring out how to serve many SSL certificates, part 2.
I’ve been pretty happy over the last couple days with our A+ score at SSL Labs. I almost got discouraged this morning when it was discovered that LinkedIn wasn’t able to pull in the data from our HTTPS links properly when sharing articles. Their bot, `LinkedInBot/1.0 (compatible; Mozilla/5.0; Jakarta Commons-HttpClient/3.1 +http://www.linkedin.com)`, uses an end of […]
Figuring out how to serve many SSL certificates, part 1.
In the process of figuring out how to configure SSL certificates for hundreds (maybe thousands) of domains in a single nginx configuration without a wildcard certificate, I decided it would be cool to use `server_name` as a variable in the nginx configuration: `ssl_certificate /etc/nginx/ssl/$server_name.crt;` Unfortunately, per this aptly named request on Server Fault—nginx use $server_name on […]
This is a status update that could have been a tweet. Don’t worry, I’ll get tired of playing with post formats for the night soon enough.