I learned a little something about nginx, a small footprint web server ideal for serving mobile sites, or sites where you don’t want the heavy overhead of Apache. While I was serving in a DevOps role at Armor Games, I needed to redirect iPhone/iPod users to a different URL for a promotion. Since nginx at the time didn’t have the ability to utilize mod_rewrite rules, I had to learn how to enable redirection at the server level.
(update 2017: all downloads will be available at github as of 2016) I’ve released version 3.03 of my SpamAssassin trainer script, sa-trainer.cgi to the general public. Changes include a bug fix with detecting the firstname.lastname@example.org Email account for scanning ham messages, a change in how add-on domains are handled, and including the code for doing a callback to iandouglas.com for checking for a newer version of the code. The first page of the full documentation includes a PayPal donation button if you’d like to say thanks for the work and effort I’ve put into this.
I’ve released version 3.02 of my SpamAssassin trainer script, sa-trainer.cgi to the general public. The first page of the full documentation used to include a PayPal donation button if you’d like to say thanks for the work and effort I’ve put into this. A second donation button was there if you want personal support to install the script - I will call you on the phone to discuss your needs, configure and install the script, and teach you how to run it for only $20US.