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Support SSL connections to randomness sources #1

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mrallen1 commented Apr 12, 2012

Both random.org and fourmilab.ch have supported SSL connections for a while. This patch integrates support for SSL connections as the default, but allows a user to revert to plaintext if he/she chooses to do so.

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Merge pull request #1 from mrallen1/master
Support SSL connections to randomness sources

@DrHyde DrHyde merged commit 1e0a6b9 into DrHyde:master Apr 12, 2012

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Thanks very much!

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DrHyde commented Apr 12, 2012

Thanks very much!

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On 12/04/2012 20:57, Mark Allen wrote:

Both random.org and fourmilab.ch have supported SSL connections for a while. This patch integrates support for SSL connections as the default, but allows a user to revert to plaintext if he/she chooses to do so.

Thanks, this is in version 2.1 that I just uploaded.

I love github, it makes accepting patches soooo easy!

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DrHyde commented Apr 12, 2012

On 12/04/2012 20:57, Mark Allen wrote:

Both random.org and fourmilab.ch have supported SSL connections for a while. This patch integrates support for SSL connections as the default, but allows a user to revert to plaintext if he/she chooses to do so.

Thanks, this is in version 2.1 that I just uploaded.

I love github, it makes accepting patches soooo easy!

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mrallen1 Apr 17, 2012

Awesome. Thanks for the merge.

mrallen1 commented Apr 17, 2012

Awesome. Thanks for the merge.

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dolmen Apr 19, 2012

@DrHyde: it woud be even easier for you (you would get more patches as pull requests) if the users of your module knew that your code is hosted here.
So you should advertise your repository location in META.yml.
Also it would be useful to advertise your GitHub account on your MetaCPAN profile.

dolmen commented Apr 19, 2012

@DrHyde: it woud be even easier for you (you would get more patches as pull requests) if the users of your module knew that your code is hosted here.
So you should advertise your repository location in META.yml.
Also it would be useful to advertise your GitHub account on your MetaCPAN profile.

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I've tried twice now to get access to my metacpan profile. It doesn't work.

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DrHyde commented May 3, 2012

I've tried twice now to get access to my metacpan profile. It doesn't work.

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dolmen May 3, 2012

It works for for me.
I would like to help you to fix this problem. Would it be possible to discuss that interactively? Maybe on IRC, #metacpan on irc.perl.org?

dolmen commented May 3, 2012

It works for for me.
I would like to help you to fix this problem. Would it be possible to discuss that interactively? Maybe on IRC, #metacpan on irc.perl.org?

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