I’m building interi.org as the site I always wanted, which means a whole lot of directories, simple and fast HTML, and minimal, cute CSS. That’s it. And since I’ve detached from my email identity, there isn’t much keeping me to using interi.org as a bare domain name on the web.
We basically have this amazing system that uses CNAMEs and CDNs for static site hosting that is hot, easy, blah blah blah, relies on DNS and hacky DNS stuff.
So I’m thinking of something like https://web.interi.org as an address. Then, I can host the core node based on the protocol for future version/editions of the archive.
I don’t like www., and will likely need to host a redirect somewhere on interi.org (or not, hahahahaha). I think web is okay, gets the point across.