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Re: [MirageOS-devel] TLS deployments/feedback needed

> On 20 May 2015, at 14:43, Richard Mortier <mort@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Happy to give it a go, not sure how soon I'll be able to get to it. (I
> have several related TODOs about my website though, so perhaps on
> Friday.)

Thanks and Friday would be fine :)

> ISTR there was talk of producing step-by-step instructions for how to
> handle the keys, certs etc required -- did that happen yet? Got a
> pointer?

I think Anil was going to put something together that would take a reader from 
getting a certificate through to build and deploy (based on his experience w 
doing exactly that via Gandi).  That’s not done yet as he’s had to work on 
other issues.  

If anyone else on the list would like to have a go at putting that together, it 
would be very useful!


> On 20 May 2015 at 14:40, Amir Chaudhry <amc79@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> The TLS work is proceeding well and you might have noticed that 
>> https://mirage.io is working, which is using the TLS stack.  Since we're on 
>> the brink of doing some releases, it's important that we get a few more 
>> actual deployments out there to gather more feedback and highlight any 
>> issues.
>> I'm inviting folks on this list to try out OCaml-TLS with some of the things 
>> they've already built.  Specifically, I'm wondering if:
>> Thomas Leonard -- Would you (have you already) got the new stuff working 
>> with your REST service?  How about Cuekeeper?
>> Mindy Preston -- Would you up for trying this out on your static website 
>> (i.e. run https://somerandomidiot.com)?
>> Mort -- As for Mindy, would you be able to set up https://mort.io?
>> In fact, *anyone* running a static website could probably have a go at this 
>> with minimal risk.  Until recently, it's only been deployed on the Pinata 
>> and the TLS handshake site.  Although it's worked well -- and been stable -- 
>> for those sites, we should try to make sure it's working well when others 
>> try it out.
>> Please do let us know how you get on!
>> Thanks,
>> Amir
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> Richard Mortier
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