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split-ease.js.org #3103

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commented Jun 5, 2019

Dear maintainers,

I'd be honored to have a .js.org subdomain for this project: https://split-ease.netlify.com/

Thanks!

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Commit valid, site has content based on https://split-ease.netlify.com/

I trust that your netlify is configured ready to work with the requested subdomain.

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commented Jun 5, 2019

Thanks! Yes afaict all I had to do is tell netlify that the domain is split-ease.js.org; it seems to now be waiting for the DNS to verify, which I guess happens when this is merged and a CNAME is added on your end?

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commented Jun 5, 2019

Welcome https://split-ease.js.org

@indus indus merged commit 5b3cae7 into js-org:master Jun 5, 2019

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commented Jun 6, 2019

Thanks everyone!

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commented Jun 6, 2019

So @MattIPv4 I do have a question about the setup, because Netlify still sees the site as not being served by netlify (image below). Is your cloudflare setup doing both DNS and CDN? Apparently Netlify's recommendation for cloudflare DNS-managed sites is to deactivate the CDN part, because it interferes with atomic deployments and other things, because it's placing a CDN in front of their own CDN. Is there a chance of modifying the setup for split-ease.js.org in this way?

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@lunelson You are welcome to set the record to be grey-clouded by creating a new PR to update the entry in cnames_active, adding //noCF to the end of the line :)

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commented Jun 6, 2019

AHA so that's what that means! Great. PR up

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