The certificate Expires On 4/12/2015 2:35.
This is already fixed.
Google Chrome reports the encryption algorithm could be stronger, and this is being looked into.
(This is also out of my control, so I don't have a due date, but I might in the near future.)
This is not likely a new quirk.
Thankfully, we can now at least release version 3.3.2, though I'd rather not close this issue until the encryption is upgraded.
if you need some expert info : https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=jool.mx&latest
Grade is now C.
At least :)
https://nicmx.github.io/jool-doc is the new core URL of the site. It uses Github's certificate, whose deployment grades A.
www.jool.mx is now a CNAME that simply points to nicmx.github.io, so it can still be used to reach the site when the full obnoxious URL can't be scratched out of the top of the head.
It's not perfect, because it means **https://**www.jool.mx doesn't work anymore, though **https://**nicmx.github.io/jool-doc does. This is a problem most custom Github domains share (workarounds exist, but aren't that secure).
On the other hand however, where it works, it works better. Whenever a secure channel is needed, just use the full URL.
Since we've essentially transferred the problem to Github, I'm going to close this issue. If Github finds a way to make TLS'd custom domains succeed that requires intervention from us, or if there are objections, feel free to reopen.