I second https://letsencrypt.org/
It's a free and open product, that's exactly what we need, and the new
website probably won't be live before they are at general availability
On Mon, Oct 5, 2015 at 11:59 PM, Owen Cook <owen.c...@gmx.com> wrote:
> > I'm close. Today, I finished porting the old tutorials all to the new
> > infrastructure, and I _think_ I've finished porting old pages over.
> > For reference, the list of old URL's for the site can be found on this
> > page: http://static.gimp.org/about/meta/file-list.html
> > The actual list will be linked at the end.
> > Can anyone please take a moment to eyeball the list and provide any
> > feedback?
> > I am also soliciting any feedback in general on the site (
> > http://static.gimp.org). I incorporated some of the changes that jimmac
> > suggested, and am still looking for input/suggestions on things like the
> > verbiage on the new front page, as well as anywhere else.
> I think you have done a tremendous job and don't feel qualified to
> The Digital black and white conversion tutorial was excellent. My only
> comment would be to up the copyright notice to 2001-2015
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