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profile for Simone Carletti on Stack Exchange

Hi! My name is Simone Carletti. I'm a passionate programmer and scuba diving instructor.

I work at DNSimple. I'm the author of RoboWhois and RoboDomain.

I have been involved with FOSS (free/open source software) for more than a decade, contributing code and creating libraries.

I'm available for short mentoring sessions.


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comment Do I need to move hosts to get whois privacy — 1and1 doesn't offer private registration
Yes, it was a typo. Thanks.
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answered Do I need to move hosts to get whois privacy — 1and1 doesn't offer private registration
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answered What is bingsandbox.com?
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answered Can I contact the owner of a domain name based on a WHOIS search?
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comment Fetch as google - getting both 301 and 404
No, it does not makes sense to redirect *.peciatky.sk. You May want to redirect just the root domain peciatky.sk and its pages.
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answered Fetch as google - getting both 301 and 404
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comment Is “Redirecting via DNS” a good practice for positioning a website?
No, there is not. The DNS protocol don't define anything about redirects, the redirects are defined in the HTTP protocol. In order to redirect, you need to point the DNS to a server and them use the server (either the server config or a script) to return the redirect header.
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answered Is “Redirecting via DNS” a good practice for positioning a website?
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reviewed Approve Adding UTM tracking hurt existing backlinks?
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answered How can I find a list of backlinks by date for a domain?
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answered Adding UTM tracking hurt existing backlinks?
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answered Would a self-signed certificate impact my site for search engines?
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comment Would a self-signed certificate impact my site for search engines?
That video is 3 years ago. Nowadays using HTTPs is a very common practice.
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answered Domain Extensions - redirect from .com or .org to country side domain like .am