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bio website sbarnea.com
location Cambridge, United Kingdom
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visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Jun 28 at 20:44

Another geek still trying to decipher the meaning of “42”.

It seems that amount his main interest are:

  • online communities of practice and the way they evolve in time
  • product design, simplicity in design and accessibility
  • productivity and the way the IT solutions are impacting it

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accepted How to get nginx with spdy on Ubuntu without having to compile it?
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asked Why do-release-upgrade does not show 14.04 even if it was officially released?
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asked How to auto restart services when you get security updates?
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asked How to I make Ubuntu to recognize Dell PowerEdge R420 RAID 1 made of SSD?
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asked How to get nginx with spdy on Ubuntu without having to compile it?
Dec
17
comment How to get a SSL certificate to be verified in Python?
Added bug bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ca-certificates/+bug/1261855
Dec
17
comment How to get a SSL certificate to be verified in Python?
@jackweirdy please check my comments from the response, it seems that Comodo Certificate is not included in the list, I also have a sample test file.
Dec
17
comment How to get a SSL certificate to be verified in Python?
Take a look at this test file gist.github.com/ssbarnea/8007689 it fails all test relates to my domain on Ubuntu which means that the /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt does NOT contain COMODO certificates.
Dec
17
comment How to get a SSL certificate to be verified in Python?
I tried your approach but it seems that the Comodo certificate is not inside /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt -- you are free to test against https://sbarnea.com -- my OS X python validates the certificate but Ubuntu doesn't.