Can anyone invite me to maintain the dnspod plugin repo?
If plugin authors become inactive or unresponsive, I’m OK with giving permission for others to take over maintaining it. To try to mitigate supply chain attacks I try to do some basic vetting of candidates, and I see some legitimate issues raised by you and a good-faith PR to try to fix one of them. So I think it’d be OK.
Although, I think your PR (support os environ token, fixed #8 by deancn · Pull Request #10 · caddy-dns/dnspod · GitHub) is probably not the ideal way to fix the issue. Instead, you’d want to go to the actual implementation in
libdns/dnspod and look for the env var there: dnspod/client.go at 60257e5a784d62d5a2fb0878da25372533315fba · libdns/dnspod · GitHub
If you submit a PR more like that, I’d be happy to merge it for you and even give you push rights to further maintain it!
let me have a try. It may need some effort for me.
Actually, I am not very good to understand the Caddy TLS cert call chain so far.
Although I had used Letsencrypt to manage thousands of certs.
https://github.com/caddy-dns/dnspod/blob/master/dnspod.go#L61-L63 will take affect first.
If add to libdns/dnspod, should cannot work