Re: [Qgis-community-team] [Qgis-psc] Websites moved + https
On 03-12-17 16:20, Alessandro Pasotti wrote:
> Which problems with plugins and https?
> I've set up a couple of repos with letsencrypt and all tests on 2.x went
> well on all tested platforms.
> Or is it an issue with the redirect from http to https?
Yes, I think so. When I do enable the http->https redirection in the
apache config, the plugin site + downloading via the browser is all ok.
> We moved
> from the old osgeo server to qgis2, the Hetzner server where
> plugins.qgis.org iss also running.
> FYI issues.qgis.org is running on qgis3
> We also tested/used Letsencrypt certificate because the Globalsign cert
> was almost expired.
> https://qgis.org > https://plugins.qgis.org > (all let's encrypt now)
> I thought to disable http traffic for both, so
> http://qgis.org is redirected to https:/qgis.org
> (the standard Letsencrypt way, with some rewrite rules)
> I also did that for plugins.qgis.org, but then people started to have
> issues with installing plugins, so I reverted that for now, and will
> report an issue around that.
> Documentation is not yet https, not sure about that.
> To me qgis.org/api is now much much faster \o/
> IF you have troubles or see problems, please report back to [hidden email] >
> - bring letsencrypt to issues.qgis.org
> - fix plugins.qgis.org https problem
> - bring test.qgis.org to qgis2
> - check github hooks
> - ...
> Richard Duivenvoorde
> Qgis-community-team mailing list for organizing community resources such as documentation, translation etc..
> [hidden email] > https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-community-team
On poniedziałek, 4 grudnia 2017 08:54:01 CET Richard Duivenvoorde wrote:
> In that way, also older QGIS/PluginManager versions will work, as they
> can request a http repo, but get https url's back, which then do not
> have a redirection need anymore.
> Then we can in near future do the http->https request again (after the
> caching time).
> Am I right?
On poniedziałek, 4 grudnia 2017 08:55:35 CET Alessandro Pasotti wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 8:52 AM, Borys Jurgiel <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > On niedziela, 3 grudnia 2017 23:43:55 CET Alessandro Pasotti wrote:
> > > I'd prefer to not double the cached files but I'll see what I can do.
> > Thanks! Hopefully I'll manage to implement the redirection in Installer
> > within
> > the next week or two.
Done. Master should now properly handle 301 redirections (up to four ;) )