Global Haskell.org project - infrastructure, maintenance, and support.
Aug 20 2018
Mar 7 2017
Sep 26 2016
Aug 3 2016
Is this still work to be done? How can I help? I'm also handy at NixOS. Cheers.
Sep 28 2015
Aug 21 2015
this is effectively done and has proved to be successful (in combination w/o a few other measures)
Jul 17 2015
I've started testing with a clonsed ghcpg Trac instance:
Jul 13 2015
Done - every Fastly domain is now moved over to j.ssl.fastly.net, and now we can create new arbitrary Fastly services and push them in front of the site as we see fit.
Jul 10 2015
You da real MVP. I'll take over the rest of this.
Jul 9 2015
j.global-ssl.fastly.net and j.ssl.fastly.net now have a *.haskell.org cert.
Jun 22 2015
Okay, so I fixed a stupid infinite redirect issue in the Fastly configurations. Nginx was redirecting port 80 requests to port 443 by default for Phab (using the same hostname in the 302 HTTP response), and Fastly was configured to use port 80 as the backend, instead of port 443. So it would request, get a 302 redirect back to the same hostname on port 443 and hit *itself* through DNS and get another loop. Whoops!
May 29 2015
Closing as fixed, what with GHC being tab free now.
Most of our stuff is appropriately fronted at the moment, so I'm closing this - see also T284.
May 23 2015
Mar 1 2015
This has been done for a while now.
davean set up procedures for this on www.haskell.org already, so we have prior art.
First step here is just spinning down mailing lists and tracs entirely.
Feb 25 2015
Feb 16 2015
This is basically done now, since we instead moved the webserver where it was and moved the original box to the new mail.haskell.org domain.
Nov 19 2014
I think this is about as good as we can reasonably get; unless someone really wants to use their Amazon or Wordpress login...
We seem to be doing fine with low settings for now, so I'm marking this as fixed.
OK, I'm going to go ahead and close this mostly as it's not really a bug, and we'll fix it by updating the docs.
This is now done.
This is now done, and the wiki is on Rackspace.
I consider this fixed now, although we still need the SFTP jailing.
This is now done (and was done by me and @davean a few weeks ago).