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bio website billpg.com
location England, United Kingdom
age 39
visits member for 5 years, 4 months
seen 18 hours ago

I'm Bill P. Godfrey (aka billpg), a professional software developer of over ten years, with experience in embedded systems, C#/.NET and Windows services.

Wilhelm von Hackensplat is my blogging alter ego.

I am also an artist. (See my YouTube channel.)


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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted How to register a domain when you have no phone number?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Caucus
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comment Are separate dns records necessary for web and mail on a single server?
Please use 192.0.2.0/24 for example IP addresses. (These are reserved for documentation, like example.com. See RFC5737.)
Feb
16
comment How to register a domain when you have no phone number?
Hello mods. Is this "off topic" because of it's academic nature (as ErikA implies above) or are the niceties of whois data off-topic for SF? (Not picking a fight. I just wish to learn what I did wrong.)
Feb
15
awarded  Commentator
Feb
15
comment How to register a domain when you have no phone number?
Test driven development? (I suspect you had a different meaning in mind, so, no I haven't.)
Feb
15
asked How to register a domain when you have no phone number?
Oct
21
comment How to take full ownership of an IP address?
Is it actually wikileaks?
Jun
13
accepted What does an offical UDRP notification look like?
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13
asked What does an offical UDRP notification look like?
Nov
26
accepted Create an TLS CA that's restricted to a domain?
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25
comment Create an TLS CA that's restricted to a domain?
Thanks. I see why I couldn't find the command line option. I wonder if the standards people have plans to add support for domain-limited-CAs down the line.
Nov
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asked Create an TLS CA that's restricted to a domain?
Aug
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comment Why can't a domain's root be a CNAME?
The restriction is still annoying, but at least now it makes sense. Thanks.