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re: You're not in the first group apparently. Gosh, wish I'd known that before I'd gone and run a secure, production-grade development server for six...

I came here to say that maybe the topic of setting up your own "central" server could be a good dev.to article!

I did write a handful of articles on dnsmasq, for ad-blocking, conditional DNS request proxying, and such.

Indeed you have! Thanks for pointing that out, I'll bookmark them. :)

If you find anything ambiguous or have any questions, don't hesitate to ask on associated articles.

I don't see those as automatic reasons to avoid it

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Not specifically against Cloudflare, but personally I don't like encouraging anyone to go with the centralised solution. As long as everyone does it because "that company's alright", people will keep seeing it as safe. I see it as comparable to the "why would I use free software when I can pay for something good?" point of view.

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