Hi Alex,

I've been using LetsEncrypt.

This page https://gethttpsforfree.com clearly documents the steps to get a
certificate manually.
I ended up writing an automated javascript (nodejs) version of the steps on
that page that works for my purposes but is essentially just 'get it done'

It should be straightforward to write a picolisp version of it...


On Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 11:45 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>

> Hi Erik,
> thanks for the long post!
> Just in short:
> > 'Learn PicoLisp the Hard Way'
> I totally agree. This would be a great project, I'm ready to join.
> Same for Stack Overflow support.
> > And let's make sure said landing page is served over HTTPS. It's 2017.
> Yes, yes, I know ;) In fact, it is on my todo list since half a year.
> I want to use Let's Encrypt, as I already do on another server. However,
> the
> picolisp.com server is currently a mix of Wheezy, Jessie and Stretch, and
> whatever I tried to get the certbot running resulted in a storm of Python
> package mismatch error messages. No way .. I gave up, and decided to wait
> until
> Debian Stretch is stable and thus available from my provider.
> ♪♫ Alex
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