I’ve seen a lot about What3Words this week, but I haven’t seen much in the way of a look into their privacy practices and data collection. I’ve no doubt the concept is cool and useful, but I’m too wary of all location-based apps these days to buy in to the hype.
“them: hurt me me: your documentation is sub-par and discourages people from using your project them: what me: you think that fancy efficient code is more important than the code being readable them: stop”
I had hoped to use my lunch break to prep and spray primer a few more test pieces for practicing painting white, but it’s a typical very cold, wet, Scottish summer’s day, so that’s not going to happen 😐🌧
While I was on the server to update the certbot configuration, I finally finished implementing the redirect to webp images I started adding last month. These should start coming through once browser caches of the original images expire. From a random sample the webp images are around 40% smaller than the source (compressed) jpeg files.
So I think that’s everything moved off of Cloudflare now. I’m going to leave the domains in the CF dashboard for a couple of days, so I can be sure DNS is working right, then I’ll start deleting them.
It’s pre-8am, and I’m working from home, so I’ve used what would have been my commute time to progress my Cloudlflare migration. All the DNS records are in place now. I’m just waiting on name servers to switch over. While that’s ongoing I’m updating all my certbot settings, and that should be everything of mine moved off of Cloudflare, at last.