[Bitcoin-development] Dedicated server for bitcoin.org, your thoughts?

Odinn Cyberguerrilla odinn.cyberguerrilla at riseup.net
Tue Dec 10 09:18:41 UTC 2013

I've been lurking on this convo since it began, but I wanted to say
thanks, theymos

cheers to you all and yay for decentralization, wherever it leads.

muh latest: http://github.com/ABISprotocol/ABIS

> On Sun, Dec 8, 2013, at 03:11 PM, Drak wrote:
> It's not just about trust, there is the robustness factor: what if he
> becomes sick, unavailable, hit by a bus? Others need the ability to
> pickup and run with it. The control over the domain (including ability
> to renew registration, alter nameservers) needs to be with more than
> one person. That's why I suggest using the same people who have control
> over the software project at sf,github
> The bitcoin.org domain is controlled by me, Sirius, and an anonymous
> person. Control will not be lost if Sirius becomes unavailable.
> SSL is probably a good idea, and it's probably also a good idea to
> separate bitcoin.org from Github. I don't know that I trust Github. I'm
> sure that you can find a sponsor for a dedicated server. Let us know if
> DNS changes to bitcoin.org are required.
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