gouessej mentioned to me that the link might be blocked at my location. I am afraid that it may not be unblocked in my country.
I have downloaded the jars using the link you gave to me. Thanks for you help!
On 06/11/2015 12:40 PM, pbwh [via jogamp] wrote:
> gouessej mentioned to me that the link might be blocked at my location. I am
> afraid that it may not be unblocked in my country.
> I have downloaded the jars using the link you gave to me. Thanks for you help!
Phhew .. and interesting.
Which country or organization could possibly block jogamp.org ?
Surely not Russia, China or even Turkey :)
China has blocked wordpress.com since 2006 with a very short interruption in October 2011. Some of my websites (including my blog) are blocked in a few corporations in USA too. jogamp.org is NOT blocked in China.
On 06/11/2015 03:25 PM, gouessej [via jogamp] wrote:
> China has blocked wordpress.com since 2006 with a very short interruption in
> October 2011.
That sounds ridiculous, as we all know, its futile.
Oh well, they all channel communication somehow anyways.
However, websitepulse.com says its accessible in NY.
> jogamp.org is NOT blocked in China.
Yeah .. even though my political outbreaks on IRC are logged
and visible via jogamp.org - but that would 'just' be an incentive
to be blocked by the USA and the other NATO/European states :)
Fun aside - indeed its quite shivering how un-free the internet
has become in the last years :-/
Probably only following the trend of removing freedom
and hence micromanaging the people everywhere :-(
Wondering what the leaders have planned for all of us
on their latest meetings (G7 and the followup Bilderberg).
BTW .. nice photos on your blog, Julien!
KUDOS to your hard & active work for society.
PS: Sorry for my off-thread 'outburst' .. can't help it :)
On 06/12/2015 09:52 AM, gouessej [via jogamp] wrote:
> When I use the same website to check whether wordpress.com is blocked, I get:
> URL Tested: http://wordpress.com > Resolved As: 126.96.36.199
> Status: Failure receiving network data
https <- works, but need to try a few times
if those sites use ssl/tls .. you need to use the 'final resolved url'.