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3 Jun 2022
@uniq:matrix.orguniqnot sure which approach is easier to maintain in the long run08:22:17
@uniq:matrix.orguniqmy personal preference would be keeping individual domains per service08:22:48
@jochensp:matrix.orgjochenspwould you need to regenerate the website to change the URL to an onion one?08:45:56
@uniq:matrix.orguniqno, this setup is using the nginx sub_filter module for replacing urls on the fly08:50:49
@uniq:matrix.orguniq(ideally the website itself wouldn't have any fqdns, but that's sadly not the case)08:52:04
@jochensp:matrix.orgjochenspyeah, I think that would be nice08:52:28
@jochensp:matrix.orgjochenspis there anything else then search that needs the fqdn?08:53:00
@uniq:matrix.orguniqtechnically speaking, no08:53:24
@uniq:matrix.orguniqi think jekyll-fdroid or whatever is parsing index-v1 however is copying entire urls from the index to the website instead of converting them to relative paths08:54:57
@jochensp:matrix.orgjochenspthat sounds fixable08:56:42
@uniq:matrix.orguniqyes, but as I said I've configured nginx sub_filter, so there's no need to look into this straight away09:00:08
@uniq:matrix.orguniqI also think it's good practice to keep sub_filter in place even when the website eventually only contains local paths just in case accidental leaks09:01:42
@uniq:matrix.orguniq * I also think it's good practice to keep sub_filter in place even when the website eventually only contains local paths just in case accidental url-leaks 09:01:55
@jochensp:matrix.orgjochenspyeah09:02:03
@uniq:matrix.orguniq * I also think it's good practice to keep sub_filter in place even when the website eventually only contains local paths just in case of accidental url-leaks 09:02:16
24 Jun 2022
@uniq:matrix.orguniq
it:13 tor+http://2s4yqjx5ul6okpp3f2gaunr2syex5jgbfpfvhxxbbjwnrsvbk5v3qbid.onion/debian bullseye InRelease            
Err:14 tor+http://5ajw6aqf3ep7sijnscdzw77t7xq4xjpsy335yb2wiwgouo7yfxtjlmid.onion/debian-security bullseye-security InRelease
  Timed out while waiting to read 'first part of response' from proxy socks5h://127.0.0.1:9050 [IP: 127.0.0.1 9050]
Get:15 tor+http://2s4yqjx5ul6okpp3f2gaunr2syex5jgbfpfvhxxbbjwnrsvbk5v3qbid.onion/debian bullseye-updates InRelease [39.4 kB]
0% [15 InRelease 22.9 kB/39.4 kB 58%]                                                                      414 B/s 39s
13:51:36
@uniq:matrix.orguniq _hc the debian repo onions you suggested seem to have troubles 13:52:32
@eighthave:matrix.org_hcare you sure the tor daemon is running correctly?13:52:59
@eighthave:matrix.org_hc

Timed out while waiting to read 'first part of response' from proxy socks5h

13:53:12
@uniq:matrix.orguniqI restarted tor.service already but that didn't make it faster13:53:59
@eighthave:matrix.org_hcif that tor setup is troublesome, you could remove it13:54:20
@uniq:matrix.orguniqI'll keep an eye on it maybe it's a temporary thing13:55:07
@uniq:matrix.orguniqIs there anything else I can do besides restarting tor.service?13:55:29
@eighthave:matrix.org_hcno, don't think so.13:55:38
@eighthave:matrix.org_hci've been seen that too, perhaps the tor network is a bit slow at the moment13:55:44
@uniq:matrix.orguniqokay, thanks :)13:55:51
@eighthave:matrix.org_hcI wonder if there is a way to config apt so that it tries the tor method but if it fails, it just silently fails over to one of the https mirrors. Then it would be perhaps more reliable, while leaking less data.13:56:54
@eighthave:matrix.org_hcbut probably not worth a lot of time, unless someone is particularly interested in tackling that problem13:57:16
30 Jun 2022
@uniq:matrix.orguniq@room did you see? https://gitlab.com/fdroid/admin/-/issues/329 nitrokeys for everyone!12:59:35
@SylvieLorxu:matrix.orgSylviaI am personally scared to lose my keys like this, but it is about time I set this up. I will just start with a new F-Droid SSH key and swap out which one gives me access to the forum then :)13:10:53

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