URLs on OCAL.org are absolute, but should be relative
It appears that URLs on OCAL are all absolute, but they really ought to be relative. One good reason for this was revealed just today when I installed an SSL cert on OCAL. You can now visit any page by manually entering https:// and the rest of the URL. However, on the encrypted page all links lead right back to non-encrypted pages. This is certainly not what a user would want or expect. The easy way around this is to make pretty much all URLs relative, in which case the browser the use the current protocol scheme, whatever that may be. Relative URLs are shorter and easier to maintain, and are more amenable to being moved around to other domains (like dev.OCAL.org, etc.).
As far as I can tell fixing this issue is going to just require a good deal of manual work by trudging through all the widgets and replacing absolute links with relative ones. This could perhaps be done programatically as well by writing a script that iterates over all widget content and automatically identifies and replaces absolute URL patters with relative ones. I don't know enough about Aiki to know how feasible this is at the moment.
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|status:||Confirmed → In Progress|