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Published: Dec. 7, 2015, 9:34 a.m.

  1. As all of us likely noticed, Let’s Encrypt went public beta. Invites are no more; all you have to do is download and run their client app. The limits they previously had on the number of subdomains per certificate or the frequency of certificate reissuing were removed or severed. At least I got with 5 subdomains at once, not to mention “naked” domain.

    I finally took my time and dealt with nginx HTTPS setup (last time I just set up single certificate instead of certificate chain, no wonder that browsers weren’t happy with that), but letsencrypt-nginx plugin is still unusable. It’s repo is updated daily though; I guess I’ll automate certificate installation next time.

  2. Now there is an email subscription for comments on any topic in my blog. Of course, you must register to use it.

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