Public Beta: December 3, 2015


#21

Did you really spend that much time filling out that form? It’s been always clear that it’s a closed beta and probably not everyone getting approved until the end.


#22

Now I understand, thanks for clarifying. What day did you sign up, and for what domains? If it’s been a while, I can check and see why you haven’t received an invite yet.


#23

Thanks for the followup.

Out of curiosity I searched all my mail folders and found this in the in the Junk. SNAFU on my end.


#24

Agreed. Closed beta should stop taking requests beyond a specific number.


#25

Interesting, you marked it as spam instead of an automatic spam detection.


#26

Josh, can you please announce when you expect to enter Public Release, which would lift the 5 certificates per week limit? Or at least could you give us an estimate?


#27

I suspect you may be making an assumption that when it moves from beta the 5 certs / domain / 7 days rate will be removed. I think there will always probably be rate limits ( although those rates will change of course over time, as they have over the past months)


#28

@josh Any response to @com2 's post?


#29

We have not made a decision about leaving beta yet, but we’re working on it.

Rate limit adjustments will be ongoing, not necessarily tied to beta status. We may adjust the 5 certs/domain/week limit at some point before or after the beta period ends, but the two are not necessarily tied together.


#30

Maybe related to the cert per San fqdn der issue?
So less dupplicates. Also by the way er should tske more care about wording FQDN vs DOMAIN


#31

The spam detector marks it as spam. That’s the default message.