I wish people weren't forced to use encryption where it isn't really needed. My site doesn't have user accounts, or private information. If it's here then it's public. There are plenty of other people out there with personal sites that don't seem to benefit very much from an encrypted connection. Google has talked about reducing your page rank if you use http , and Mozilla discussed removing http support from FireFox entirely.
Certificates aren't cheap, though there are some free alternatives for people that don't have hundreds of dollars to spend on a site that......(continued)
I recently added a paste-bin to the site (like the world really needed another one?). I felt like the other ones were missing a few features, and I wanted to see if I could do it. The editor is powered by Ace Editor, so syntax-highlighting, code-folding, and a lot more features are built right in (no code-fold on the viewer yet).
Replies are listed on the side of pastes so you can follow the 'conversation', and parent-pastes or the 'replyto' is linked on the page to help with the conversation also. If cookies are enabled it will remember the last language you used, and what your name is (what you typed in the 'Author' box).
No login/authorization is required. Who wants another login right now anyway? I did however, put a public api in place so pastes can be retrieved in JSON format. So if anyone wanted to write a piece of software based on this paste app it wouldn't be hard at all. Just read http://welbornprod......(continued)
Alias Manager has been updated with cleaner code and a few more changes.
New command-line search feature added.
I updated the EasySettings package. It was actually updated a while ago on PyPi, but I'm just now getting around to fixing the version on my site due to other things getting in the way, such as fixing the site itself. The package contained a small bug in the has_value() function. It's just a convenience function for anyone that doesn't want to type:
if option in myconfig.settings.values(): # ..something with option.