[cp-global] Cryptoparty.org subdomains
sloop at cryptoparty.org
Wed Feb 19 11:36:06 GMT 2014
Moritz, good idea - I can setup wildcard DNS this week. I'll also get on
OFTC. Also what are peoples thoughts on getting a wildcard certificate
so subdomains can avoid getting cert issues - we had this issue setting
up CNAME records for Sweden, it broke their SSL for obvious reasons.
On 24/01/2014 6:53 pm, Moritz wrote:
> On 01/24/2014 07:13 AM,sloop at cryptoparty.org wrote:
>> If people would like me to setup subdomains, please let me know what
>> your IP addresses are + subdomain prefix, and I can get it setup.
> We had the idea of offering a pre-configured subdomain per country, as
> well as one mailing list per country. The infrastructure for this is
> pretty much set up.
> If you like the idea, we can move this forward.
> All you have to do is set up a wildcard DNS entry for *.cryptoparty.org.
> I would suggest setting up *.cryptoparty.org as a CNAME for one domain,
> say, countries.cryptoparty.org, and countries.cryptoparty.org with:
> A 126.96.36.199
> AAAA 2a02:180:a:25:5::1
> We can still make changes to the default template. We should add
> instructions to the main wiki that activists "per country" can get the
> A/MX records changed. We have an "admin" mailinglist somewhere that you
> should be added to.
> I can then copy the template to match the country codes. The lists need
> to be reconfigured to use (lists.)cryptoparty.org.
> You can pointwww.cryptoparty.org at the main wiki in pretty much the
> same way. We can then redirect cryptoparty.in/* to cryptoparty.org, and
> use cryptoparty.in in the long run for the event calendar. I know Sam is
> working on cleaning up the event calendar.
> Any chance you can hang around in #cryptoparty on OFTC to coordinate this?
> In my opinion we should finally set all this up, and someone should
> write a nice Press Release around it for an official launch.
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