I've just spent the better part of three hours arguing on IRC about Let's Encrypt clients. After speaking with two others, I realised that nobody who I spoke with before knew their facts were facts. Different people all told me various incorrect information, such as: No ACME client supports doing a manual DNS TXT record … Continue reading Speaking with authority
Three years ago, I wrote Going IPv6 native without IPv4, which noted all the services I couldn't access over IPv6. After all this time, there is some good news, and bad news. First, the good news: BitBucket, Savannah, and Launchpad all support IPv6 now! Now, the bad news: GitHub still does not. This has actually … Continue reading GitHub and IPv6, three years later
H.264: VP8/VP9: I additionally shot a short 4 second video clip of the Talos in action. I've filed a bug with Mozilla to upstream this work. If you do have a bmo account, consider Voting for this issue. (Don't spam the bug tracker with +1 comments; it won't help.) Please also consider supporting my progress … Continue reading YouTube. 1080p. Big-endian PowerPC + Firefox.
(This post is probably not interesting to non-technical observers. Rest assured, I'm still working quite hard on porting Firefox to PowerPC when I have the chance.) I've just pulled the latest Firefox code (from mozilla-central) and have fully rebuilt Firefox with the latest code. First, the good news: JS-API tests are still 100% passing. XPC … Continue reading Status update for Firefox on PowerPC / big endian