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Jun
16
revised Disable *.example.com in Apache 2.2
RFC2606 domain name. Tidier grammar.
Jun
16
suggested approved edit on Disable *.example.com in Apache 2.2
Jun
11
revised 7z “is not supported archive” while updating an archive
Code and quote formatting.
Jun
11
suggested approved edit on 7z “is not supported archive” while updating an archive
Jun
10
revised Is this a solid (and cheap) High Availability idea for my website and database if the zombi's attack?
Fixed grammar & spelling.
Jun
10
revised set open_files_limit
Fixed grammar, spelling, and code formatting.
Jun
10
suggested approved edit on Is this a solid (and cheap) High Availability idea for my website and database if the zombi's attack?
Jun
10
suggested approved edit on set open_files_limit
May
17
revised Why is it good practice to compare checksums when downloading a file?
Tidied grammar.
May
16
suggested approved edit on Why is it good practice to compare checksums when downloading a file?
May
13
revised How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
specific to / specifically for. Formatting. Punctuation.
May
13
revised How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
Fixed up punctuation. Comma splices all over the place. I generally don't like visbile edit history like "Update", but it seemed appropriate here.
May
13
revised How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
Original had FF prominent, and Chrome as an afterthought. I swapped, as Chrome was the focus of the question.
May
13
suggested approved edit on How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
May
13
suggested approved edit on How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
May
13
suggested approved edit on How do I clear Chrome's SSL cache?
May
8
revised How to define www and .com as the canonical versions of the domain?
1. /Setup/ is a noun; /set up/ is a prepositional verb. 2. Added apostrophes. 3. Improved link text. 4. Other sundry matters.
May
8
suggested approved edit on How to define www and .com as the canonical versions of the domain?
Apr
19
comment Iptables rules with ! character
They're the same in English too, @Bryan, but the x spelling is slightly old fashioned. Nothing wrong with it, though.
Apr
17
comment Iptables rules with ! character
Connexion is a perfectly valid, if slightly old fashioned, alternate spelling of connection, @NathanC. Stack Exchange is not a sausage factory: people are permitted to express things in their preferred phrasing where that does not impede communication.