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api.nodejs.org → nodejs.org/api/ #4100

aseemk opened this Issue Oct 8, 2012 · 9 comments


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aseemk commented Oct 8, 2012

If this isn't a major hassle, would you guys consider redirecting api.nodejs.org to nodejs.org/api/ please? =) Just for convenience since I find myself often going to the former since some other tools have that as their documentation URLs. Thanks!

+1 may be doc.nodejs.org as well

vicary commented Oct 12, 2012

+1, docs.nodejs.org better as it is already the directory of all versions of api.


bnoordhuis commented Oct 12, 2012

Sounds reasonable. @isaacs I think you or someone at Joyent controls the DNS?

Ben, from whois I think Isaacs is the only master :-)

isaacs commented Oct 13, 2012

What's the advantage of this?

It's just more hostnames. If we ever want to move to https for the website (a good idea, especially considering that we serve downloadable binaries from it) then that means that we'll need a new key, since those hostnames aren't covered in the one I have from GlobalSign.

I'd be fine with setting up a redirect. The only reason that the blog is on its own hostname is because it used to be hosted by Wordpress.

aseemk commented Oct 13, 2012

To clarify, I did mean a redirect. =) Thanks!

isaacs commented Oct 13, 2012

Added the redirect in the nginx configs, but it'll be a little while to get the DNS set up properly.

@isaacs isaacs closed this Oct 13, 2012

aseemk commented Oct 13, 2012

Awesome, thanks Isaac!

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