we are soft-launching subdomain support for https://codeberg.page. User repositories are mapped to
Please have a look and let us know how it works for you!
The traditional URLs
https://pages.codeberg.org/<username> continue to work for the time being, but might get phased out at some point in time as some reports claim an increased attack surface with this approach (even if we are not aware of any real threat we’d of course love to reduce possible attack vectors as much as possible to keep the platform safe).
There is a caveat for users and organizations containing a dot in the username: SSL certificates do not support multilevel subdomains. If your username contains a dot and you’d like to use codeberg pages on subdomains, please consider replacing these characters in your username. (right now these repos are not redirected, so that
https://pages.codeberg.org/<username> will work).
As you know, we also have registered the domain https://codeberg.eu, which is still linked to the testing server https://codeberg-test.org, and currently used for testing. We have not made up our minds about the future use. Please have your say. Thinkable options are:
- run it in parallel to .page, and leave the choice to the user what URL to give out,
- keep it as testing domain and fallback if ever needed.
Independently we might want to discuss how to handle redirects, and if one of the domains should have priority.
If there are any preferences please all raise your voice, if appropriate we will organize a poll for decision.