Any chance of switching over to https?


#1

I’m not paranoid or anything but sites that don’t use encryption are blocked on the wifi at work.


#2

second this.

It’s mad we allow private messaging and passwords and stuff without any SSL


#3

#4

129 likes!!!

We’ve got some work to do.


#5

This


#6

I don’t even understand the first sentence of this guide :sob:


#7

Docker’s nothing special it’s like a sandboxed application that can run on any platform because it emulates a complete file system. If this is all based off a standard install you can more or less follow that guide to the letter.


#8

I just Googled and that was the first result. Just raise it with the Discourse tech account, @sean


#9

We haven’t done a standard install on our own server, if that’s what you mean? It’s running on their server but we might need to rethink that.


#10

Oh I thought you set-up your own server as per

if it’s leased I guess just bang this request to whoever’s maintaining the server (discourse? idk)


#11

Nah fuck em, they can just use their mobile data like us brexit plebs


#12

Timeline?


#13

@rik is looking into this for me.


#14

Looks like doing this has caused issues @sean just had a load of security warnings when refreshing the site.


#15

Yep, I’m getting it too.


#16

They’re just doing the switch now I think.


#17

Yeah think it’s because the certificate isn’t in place yet, maybe?

The warning seemed to be that I’m not on a secure connection though. Which I am.


#18

What do I have to do to get a certificate? All you can eat challenge?


#19

Sit in a classroom for 7 hours and feign interest while someone rattles through a load of slideshows.


#20

It costs money I believe? If someone is setting this up for you you’ll need to ask them.