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In May of last year (2019), I set up pg_ssl_init on gitlab:
And announced it on this list:
pg_ssl_init is a set of python3 scripts that configures SSL certificates
to insure SECURE remote pgadmin access. To do so manually is a multistep
process, fraught with many opportunities for a mistake to be made and
numerous hours to be wasted troubleshooting it. It has been tested on
popular Linux distros (debian, Ubuntu...), though it is written to _try_
and work on Windows [But I would need a willing tester to get in touch
to confirm that and fix any compatibility issues for Windows...] It
works great on Debian 10.
For some VERY odd reason, while the stub of the repo was still visible,
the files of the repo stopped appearing on gitlab -but the repo was
marked public (?)
I marked the repo private, saved the settings; then marked it public.
Behold: all the files then reappeared.
I guess gitlab is finding out that it's hard to find good technical help!
If anyone reading these posts referring to pg_ssl_init has any problem
in future accessing that repo, get in touch at the contact page at
osfda.org. Should gitlab let us down again, at that juncture I will
figure out another amenable open source code hosting solution that's not
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