Fixed some bad links #118

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AchoArnold commented Apr 26, 2015

@arschmitz spiderJS reports a 403 error at http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/windows-command-prompt-introduction/

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It seems all sites are migrating to HTTPS. As mentioned at jquery/jquery.com#91 (comment), the use of SSL is encouraged. I also noticed that all jQuery sites have valid SSL certificates. Why aren't all HTTP requests redirected to use the HTTPS protocol?

PS: I don't know the best place to raise this issue

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Thanks for the PR!

spiderJS reports a 403 error at http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/windows-command-prompt-introduction/

Looks like they fixed that.

Why aren't all HTTP requests redirected to use the HTTPS protocol?

I honestly have no idea. Maybe anyone from the infrastructure team can give us an answer? cc @gnarf

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arthurvr commented May 31, 2015

Thanks for the PR!

spiderJS reports a 403 error at http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/windows-command-prompt-introduction/

Looks like they fixed that.

Why aren't all HTTP requests redirected to use the HTTPS protocol?

I honestly have no idea. Maybe anyone from the infrastructure team can give us an answer? cc @gnarf

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This change doesn't seem correct. Both the http and the https version redirect to a third page.

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This change doesn't seem correct. Both the http and the https version redirect to a third page.

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It appears this change was made after I sent the PR

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It appears this change was made after I sent the PR

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Yep, that's possible. Though, can you fix it please? Thanks.

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Yep, that's possible. Though, can you fix it please? Thanks.

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Why aren't all HTTP requests redirected to use the HTTPS protocol?
I honestly have no idea. Maybe anyone from the infrastructure team can give us an answer? cc @gnarf

First of all, none of the jquery sites have login or anything that requires secure protocols other than jquery.org (which does force https)

Secondly, leaving it as http allows for a bit more caching and less procesor across most of the sites.

The only reason I could think of to force it on for content sites is to avoid MITM stuff.

I'd hapilly enable this on the content sites if y'all want to do and share a little research on best practices and decide we should have it on. @jquery/content

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gnarf commented Jun 6, 2015

Why aren't all HTTP requests redirected to use the HTTPS protocol?
I honestly have no idea. Maybe anyone from the infrastructure team can give us an answer? cc @gnarf

First of all, none of the jquery sites have login or anything that requires secure protocols other than jquery.org (which does force https)

Secondly, leaving it as http allows for a bit more caching and less procesor across most of the sites.

The only reason I could think of to force it on for content sites is to avoid MITM stuff.

I'd hapilly enable this on the content sites if y'all want to do and share a little research on best practices and decide we should have it on. @jquery/content

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Also regarding jquery/jquery.com#91 that is specifically talking about script and image SRC stuff from cdns

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gnarf commented Jun 6, 2015

Also regarding jquery/jquery.com#91 that is specifically talking about script and image SRC stuff from cdns

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I don't feel like it's needed for us, no. Though you could as well see it as promoting best practises, which I think we should do. Not really sure myself.

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arthurvr commented Jun 6, 2015

I don't feel like it's needed for us, no. Though you could as well see it as promoting best practises, which I think we should do. Not really sure myself.

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We should discuss at next meeting? Solicit feedback on an issue?
On Jun 6, 2015 10:00, "Arthur Verschaeve" notifications@github.com wrote:

I don't feel like it's needed for us, no. Though you could as well see it
as promoting best practises, which I think we should do. Not really sure
myself.


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We should discuss at next meeting? Solicit feedback on an issue?
On Jun 6, 2015 10:00, "Arthur Verschaeve" notifications@github.com wrote:

I don't feel like it's needed for us, no. Though you could as well see it
as promoting best practises, which I think we should do. Not really sure
myself.


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@gnarf On the meeting sounds fine. Dropped it on the notes.

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arthurvr commented Jun 6, 2015

@gnarf On the meeting sounds fine. Dropped it on the notes.

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