WPWeekly Episode 308 – Wildcard SSL Certificates For All

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss the news of the week including the results from the 2018 Stack Overflow survey, Tech Crunch’s rebuild, and Let’s Encrypt adding support for wildcard certificates. We also talk about Google working towards AMP or parts of it becoming official web standards. I ranted about how the mobile experience on the web sucks, and we end the show with some event news.

Stories Discussed:

Stack Overflow Survey Respondents Still Rank WordPress Among the Most Dreadful Platforms
Inside Google’s plan to make the whole web as fast as AMP
ACME v2 and Wildcard Certificate Support is Live
TechCrunch rebuilt using the REST API
WPCampus Scheduled for July 12-14 in St. Louis, MO

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One response to “WPWeekly Episode 308 – Wildcard SSL Certificates For All”

  1. Re: ethical – frankly, I’m surprised 20% *would* do unethical things. That seems, unfortunately, high.

    The real question though, is what is ethical? It’s more likely that without a solid foundation to decide between ethical and unethical, that people will do unethical things that they believe are ethical.

    So, that question is ultimately meaningless aside from showing that 20% are so corrupt that they don’t even care if something is ethical or not (according to their own undefined standards of ethics, which could be quite low to begin with). Yikes!


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