Re: Some glitches on

From: Casper Ti. Vector <>
Date: Wed, 24 May 2017 10:44:18 +0800

By "full upgrade", I actually meant "no downgrading" instead of
"disabling HTTP", so I take your answer as a "yes" :)

After some summarising, I found the list of self-links to be
fairly trivial:
* Links in packages: I note that `' links have
  just been fixed, but HTTP links to `' and (legacy?)
  `' are unchanged as of now; if you do not mind doing a
  little more cosmetics, there are also some textual references to
* The local mail list archive: all links are using HTTP.
* The cgit interface provides Atom feeds using HTTP, eg.
  <> referencing

Also, if you would like to adjust external links:
* Links in packages and all CGI pages.
* Extra static pages: `/downtime.html', `/ispchange-20040504.html',
  `/mirrors.html', `/powersupply-20070720.html', `/poweredby.html',
  `/cracks.html', `/index.html', `/lists.html', `/software/index.html',
  `/software/qmail-qmtproutes/index.html'; and I found the last three
  pages to be referenced as `.../index.html' instead of `.../' in

(I probably look like an irredeemable clean freak now...)

On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 09:06:07AM +0000, Laurent Bercot wrote:
> The answer is no (I still want to provide HTTP), but I agree that
> downgrading is bad, so I'll still take a list :) I'll switch to
> scheme-less URLs gradually, so that when you're using HTTPS, you
> stay with HTTPS.

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