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Re: [pygame] https://pygame.org/

Hi ya.

thanks for the fixes.

You can use the site via https.

If you let me know what borked things you're talking about I can point you in the right direction. Docs for pygame are generated from the pygame repo, and many other pages you can edit via the wiki.


On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 11:41 AM, Ian Mallett <ian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Re: the logins, also note that the site currently is not HTTPS. I mean, it's not particularly high-stakes, but I'd still like to recommend setting a cert up (I did it myself for my website using Let's Encrypt; it's fairly easy).

I don't really follow the architecture of this new-fangled Python-based web thing, but I reverse-engineered enough to fix a few further (very minor) things (and issue a pull request). There's some really borked stuff in the docs I would totally fix if it were uploaded (I didn't see that it had been open-sourced yet). Various others too (tags, projects, etc.), if those don't interface with too much database stuff.

Really glad to see progress here and finally open-sourcing! This has been a long time coming.