Comments I've posted on other sites
“although the Haddock Directory closed in February 2007, and there don’t appear to be any archives”…
Only let people in your organisation (ie, have a GitHub account that’s part of a specified GitHub organisation) access your static Jekyll website hosted on Heroku.
Although it's a shame how much lasting damage those players do to each other, given how little I care who wins. Makes me feel evil.
Pleased to have the soothing, familiar sights and sounds of @C4NFL back on telly for another season.
@jacobian Yeah, there are ways. I’ve just needed the same feature on Django, Sinatra, Jekyll… and always have to find the specific way.
@jacobian You know, more like .htaccess password protection.
@jacobian Every time I’ve needed it so far, yes. A different thing to user login etc. Just make a site not-public.
@mikedixonCAB I can’t claim much credit for the design of it, but I’m glad you like it @TraffordCAB!
I expect there are complex architectural reasons why, but I’m always surprised there’s no standard way to password-protect a Heroku site.
@chrislunch Always have backups!
@mikedixonCAB @robbieds Looks OK on Chrome here… I’ll have a closer look. Thanks for letting us know Robbie!