@Gargron from one famous blog post: "You can have backwards compatibility with the 1990s or you can have sound cryptography; *you can’t have both*."

@Gargron I really believe https will be replaced to a native and privacy-by-design protocol - due to the hassle you pointed.

@Gargron Archival projects are going to become increasingly important

@Gargron You can always use something else to terminate TLS before it reaches your web server. Either use stunnel that was made for those things or a reverse proxy like nginx,

Site.js (sitejs.org) by @aral tries to bring back that 'anyone can do it' spirit mentioned in the article. It's pretty cool, however not very popular so far.

I've been sleeping on sitejs for too long, gonna take look this weekend
@Gargron @aral

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