Back when Diego and I were getting all of the web services running up on the new nodus, we inexplicably were not able to get the hosting of the public_html directory and wikis to share the same port of 30889. In ELOG 10793, we stated that public_html was hosted on a new port, 30888, though we didn't really bring much attention to that new fact.
Unbeknowst to us at the time, this broke other links/bookmarks/sites that people had been using. Koji pointed this out to me the other day, but I have not made any sort of resolution. For now, the public_html directory, and the sites therein, have been taken offline.
In other nodus news, Jamie has set Nodus' apache service with a certificate for SSL goodness. We want to extend this to the ELOG, which uses a built in webserver, rather than apache.
He set up a proxy at the https address which will later host the secured elog: https://nodus.ligo.caltech.edu:8081/
When we make the switch to running the ELOG with HTTPS on by default, living on port 8081, we will set up apache to point 8080 at 8081, to preserve all of the old links.
I.e. this change should effectively be invisible to ELOG users if we implement it right.