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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.


Jan
12
comment Do I set a DNS A Record for the new GitHub Pages to use their CDN?
@TomBrossman The ALIAS record is not a standard DNS record, unfortunately there is no standard at the moment for such feature (that's why we came with the ALIAS. Disclaimer: I work for DNSimple). Just a few (paid) DNS providers offer this proprietary feature. You could potentially use an A, but you will loose the benefits of CDN. The other alternative for you at the moment is to use a CNAME for the www and redirect the non-www to the www.
Jan
12
answered DNS created and pointed to new IP, but showing a blank page - do I have to redirect it using .htaccess?
Jan
12
answered Sitemap specified in robots.txt not found by Google
Jan
12
answered Leverage browser caching for Facebook and Google+ resource files
Jan
12
answered How do my A records have to look like - are these correct?
Jan
12
revised Too many outgoing links due to user generated content - is this bad for SEO?
The suggested edit was rejected by a mod, but I think the changes are valid.
Jan
12
answered Forwarding non-www domain to other domain using DNS
Jan
12
comment How to handle 404's in GitHub Pages while using Jekyll?
That's not correct. They are, as long as you use a custom domain or you are creating a user pages. I agree, the explanation is a little bit confusing.
Jan
12
answered How to handle 404's in GitHub Pages while using Jekyll?
Jan
12
answered Subdomain with dot?
Jan
12
awarded  Informed
Jan
12
answered Which service for storage and public hosting of image files
Jan
12
comment How do you use 'site:' to search Google for just the domain without all the other subdomains appearing?
This is true, there are several false positive, but while the number of false positive can be large if the domain is well known (such as google.com), in the majority other cases the query may return an acceptable result set. In any case, it is worth a a mention and a try ;)
Jan
12
answered Too many outgoing links due to user generated content - is this bad for SEO?
Jan
12
answered How do you use 'site:' to search Google for just the domain without all the other subdomains appearing?
Dec
31
answered Can a domain name forward AND resolve to a dedicated IP address at same time?
Dec
31
awarded  Custodian
Dec
31
reviewed Reject When using Google and Facebook for social login, how to prevent misattributed session referrers and goal conversions in Google Analytics?
Dec
31
reviewed Reject How can I delete all Wiki pages created by spammers except mine in MediaWiki?
Dec
31
reviewed Reject Where to find twitter analytics data?