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comment Go(lang) with nginx - Serving Static Files
@gWaldo If your task is parallel in nature, then yes.
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answered nginx mime types and gzip
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comment nginx mime types and gzip
Why do you say that? For instance, for a .woff file, both Google Web Fonts and Wikipedia use application/x-font-woff but H5BP uses application/font-woff.
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comment Go(lang) with nginx - Serving Static Files
That was exactly it, thank you for pointing that out.
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comment Prevent update-manager from overwriting my Configs
@Zoredache: I'm being asked if I want to update my custom config files, but in a server where I don't login that often it can be easy to forget what/why was changed. Example packages include ngnix config files for instance. I wonder how Puppet or other devop utilities handle this. Ideally, I would want the config not to be overwritten unless there was a major change in the config file (new options, version or behavior) but I guess that is asking too much.
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