GP lisper <email@example.com> wrote:
| <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| > It appears that sometime on 2008-12-10, the DNS entry for the
| > IP address of the domain name "wiki.alu.org" was changed from
| > its previous value (the Wiki server) to be the same as the
| > IP address of "alu.org". And indeed, <http://wiki.alu.org/>
| > now serves up exactly the same content as <http://alu.org/>.
| If I followed this thread, then you mention at the appropriate IP,
| one may find the wiki once again. Might you post the appropriate IP?
Wouldn't help, I suspect, since the previous server provides
multiple virtual hosts, and would have to be accessed *as*
"wiki.alu.org" to get the right content. [Yes, one can in theory
write a client which spoofs the HTTP/1.1 "Host:" header, but I
don't know of any standard browsers that will do that.]
I'm still trying to find out just exactly what happened myself.
If I do, I'll report back...
p.s. The Wayback Machine has a Feb'08 snapshot, see:
Unfortunately, the latest version of the source of the latter page
is this one:
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