Very interesting stuff so far. Cool tech. Glad to have found it and to be here.
Hi all, as part of the run-up to the IDN (Internationalized domain name) auction, here is a blog post with some background on the rationale for buying them and some short write-ups about some notable IDN sales. In this post, I also reveal which IDN domain from my portfolio I will be submitting to the auction with full proceeds going to the HNS Development Fund (yes, I am making you read to find out!)
Today is the last day to submit names to be considered for the auction, and links to do that and register can also be found in the post.
Hope you're all good.
I am new to setting up Github repositories, however I am quite confident I followed the steps detailed, but I cannot set up the Github page to redirect to my TLD in its entirety.
I feel the current guide should be looked into and updated to align with the Github user experience or perhaps Github looked into to figure out why the end result isn't resulting in a custom TLD showing up even after following the steps.
I also tried the YouTube video guide afterwards (which differs to the namebase Github guide - the hack.jaywu example video) however also not resulting in success.
The page will load up, but Github will not accept the CNAME record TLD you put in within Github repositories and then inside the settings no matter what you do.
From my understanding the Github settings should auto populate but it doesn't do that either and then if you try the other way to use Github pages via the hack.jaywu example the settings will i nfact auto populate but the DNS resolver will not accept the TLD you wish to use.
P.S. I have probably missed something, but ultimately I won't be the only one who has after following the tutorial steps so an updated tutorial makes the most sense because if the Gitub pages work properly then this really is a game changer for the average person looking to set up a custom web page with no cost and that will drive interest into Handshake.