Hi there! I was sure I sent a patch to request adding my website a few weeks ago but it seems I can’t find it anywhere.
Would you consider adding https://gabnotes.org?
It would be nice to have a consolidated list of all the tickets the logged in user created across all trackers. Same for tickets assigned to the logged in user.
These lists should be filterable and sortable (are these real words?), like the tickets list of a single tracker. They could also be made public so that anyone can find the list of public tickets created by or assigned to any user.
Going in this direction, having a way to search across all the trackers may be an interesting idea.
The code was previously tested using Github Actions on Python 3.6 through 3.8 and on macOS, Ubuntu and Windows.
We would need a similar test suite, unfortunately it's not possible on sourcehut builds (Windows and macOS are not supported). We need to find another solution. There are other providers, like:
Need to investigate which one could provide a similar test suite freely.
Users should be able to set different locations, so that the friends they share with can foresee where they will be in the future.
- Change link between
- Display a date selector on the map with a button to get the map for this date
Users should also be able to select a date and see where their friends will be on this date.
For the record I asked: http://mailman.nginx.org/pipermail/nginx-devel/2020-September/013467.html
There are still blockers for them to enable it by default:
Well thanks for this very constructive discussion! :)
I won't fight tooth and nail about it but configuration files exist for a reason and offering a more recent version of a security protocol doesn't seem like a very difficult change, especially since it's just one config line.
Currently the maximum supported seems to be TLS 1.2.
The relevant config for nginx:
ssl_protocols TLSv1.2 TLSv1.3;
Since the certs are provided by Let's Encrypt: if the certificates installation in nginx is managed by certbot, you can edit the file at
/etc/letsencrypt/options-ssl-nginx.conf(at least on debian-based distros).