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Great news! We use Strawberry for a laboratory project website (are there any good PSGI webservers for MSWin32 besides Thrall?)
Hopefully, that indicates that 5.32.0 might not be too far away.
I wish the project would set up a Let's Encrypt or other TLS certificate. I know it doesn't protect you against the really evil actors with the ability to issue arbitrary trusted certificates or MITM your traffic otherwise, but almost nothing online is safe from them anyway, and the way my (mobile) ISP inserts JavaScript tracking into plain HTTP websites is really annoying.

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