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Re: [GNUnet-developers]

From: Nils Gillmann
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers]
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 17:13:09 +0000

carlo von lynX transcribed 936 bytes:
> Received this message from a supporter:
>       hey, I lack the time to chase this and I figure you have the right 
> contacts to chase this, googling gnunet from the UK (you can try via 
> yields as the first result.
>       which wouldn't seem so bad, but combined with the fact that 
> runs a fully self-signed, short-validity cert ALONG with HSTS, 
> it effectively ends up inaccessible. I consider this a UX issue that likely 
> costs gnunet potential developers [if that sounds absurd, yes, it does - but 
> unfortunately HCI literature on human laziness & prejudice, aka the heuristic 
> behavior of humans, agrees with my assertion]
> The site itself looks uglier than mine and seems to be very
> outdated (2014). It deals with debian GNUnet (0.7) and older.

It seems to me as if we could drop this already before the move of the server..?
Why was it setup in the first place? I know there's more than a couple of 

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