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The Hive https://www.colmena.biz is now secured with a [https://certbot.eff.org/ Certbot] certificate from [https://letsencrypt.org/ Let's Encrypt] and the [https://shorewall.org/ Shorewall] configuration utility for [https://www.netfilter.org/ iptables].
 
The Hive https://www.colmena.biz is now secured with a [https://certbot.eff.org/ Certbot] certificate from [https://letsencrypt.org/ Let's Encrypt] and the [https://shorewall.org/ Shorewall] configuration utility for [https://www.netfilter.org/ iptables].
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Further ideas for enhancing security on the internet are [[SPF+DKIM+DMARC]] for email and [[X.509+DNSSEC+CAA‎]] for general domain security.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:15, 3 February 2020

Welcome to The Hive

The Hive https://www.colmena.biz is now secured with a Certbot certificate from Let's Encrypt and the Shorewall configuration utility for iptables.

Further ideas for enhancing security on the internet are SPF+DKIM+DMARC for email and X.509+DNSSEC+CAA‎ for general domain security.

Don't forget to visit our blog Mushroom.Global.

To Do

Change URL structure:

Directories "en" and "es" etc. can each be created on the web server with separate LocalSettings.php but the other files all symlinked from the base of a common wiki installation. The "index.php" part need not matter so much. It's Latin and the reader is "looking something up." There will be separate databases, or at least separate tables in the same database. Why not?

Needs more experimentation ...

  1. This is the family of wikis approach, which is probably the best.
  2. There is also a Translate extension that provides multilingual support in one wiki, which seems useful as a bridge to full support for a new wiki language.

(This is not a HOWTO. Do not try this at home. Refer to official sources for instructions.)

Alaska Native language codes

https://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/English_list.php

  • ale = "Aleut"
  • ath = "Athapascan languages"
  • hai = "Haida"
  • iku = "Inuktitut"
  • ipk = "Inupiaq"
  • tli = "Tlingit"
  • tsi = "Tsimshian"
  • ypk = "Yupik languages"

Three-letter codes after the NWO elitists ran out of two-letter codes.

Sami (Northern Europe)

  • smi = "Sami languages"
  • smn = "Inari Sami"
  • smj = "Lule Sami"
  • sme = "Northern Sami"
  • sms = "Skolt Sami"
  • sma = "Southern Sami"

Getting started

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.