132 reputation
17
bio website postalrevolution.com
location
age 36
visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Oct 17 '13 at 10:54

Solution/Software/Technical Architect/Developer.

Java and Ruby are my current weapons of choice.


Oct
10
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
28
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
4
awarded  Popular Question
May
18
awarded  Editor
May
18
revised What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
Ooops, added link.
May
18
accepted What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
May
18
suggested approved edit on What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
May
18
comment What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
Yeah, so the killer for me is the fact that as of April 2011, 40.9% of users were still on XP. I don't fancy losing 40% of my potential audience!! Would absolutely have used my google analytics results except that this is for a site I haven't launched yet, and don't want to launch without SSL, and don't want to set up the SSL until I know the demographic... you get the idea! Anyway thanks for your help - answer accepted.
May
17
comment What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
That's a great answer. It's not quite what I was hoping for as I was ideally looking for a measured view based on e.g. google analytics, but you're right, it sounds like a bit of a no-brainer. +1. I'm not going to accept just yet in case someone else comes along with exactly what the question asked for.
May
17
asked What percentage of web users are running on browsers/OSes that support SNI?
Mar
15
awarded  Student
Feb
18
comment Alternatives to CURL, WGET
Unfortunately not, no - the server is under change control as well, which prevents anything being installed (at least without going through due diligence and testing, and we didn't have time for that). Thanks anyway.
Feb
18
awarded  Scholar
Feb
18
accepted Alternatives to CURL, WGET
Feb
18
comment Alternatives to CURL, WGET
Unfortunately this didn't work for us because openssl wasn't installed either. We've now run out of time for this testing, so we're going to give up and go a different route. I think the answer is sound though, so accepting it.
Feb
18
awarded  Supporter
Feb
18
comment Alternatives to CURL, WGET
That looks like an answer to me, want to convert it to a proper answer so that you can get credit from it? I'll get our unix admin to give it a try!
Feb
18
asked Alternatives to CURL, WGET