FAQ
Another very good offline alternative is Dash / Zeal, especially when bound
to a key sequence within your editor of choice.

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 11:58:24 PM UTC+2, kennyl...@gmail.com
wrote:
While this persists, there seems to be an alternative in
https://gowalker.org/ - not sure if anyone has an opinion about that
clone.

If you don't mind reading things in a terminal, you can also use "go doc".
I find it to be the most convenient way to navigate Go documentation,
especially since it works while offline. :)

Best regards,
Kenny
On Wednesday, 27 April 2016 20:16:02 UTC+2, Fatih Arslan wrote:

We had a long conversation on Twitter today about this issue:
https://twitter.com/fatih/status/725265952753999872.

Basically Turk Telekom (largest ISP in Turkey) blocked the IP:
216.239.38.21 , which is also used by godoc.org

Here are other domains that are blocked right now:

https://www.bing.com/search?q=ip%3A216.239.38.21&go=Submit&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=ip%3A216.239.38.21&sc=0-16&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=F5E54E6538F34090A8BF0DFAE161F602

I'm not sure how to fix it but this means godoc.org is not accesible
for a very large portion of developers living in Turkey (including
myself). I've asked on Twitter if there is a way to move out godoc.org
to a different IP set. I know that would be temporary, but at least it
would fix our problem.

On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 6:40 PM, Mark Songhurst
wrote:
Thanks for the clarification Brad.

Perhaps anyone with trace route knowledge could confirm that it's an ISP
issue, that would give me some ammo against the ISP tech support. :-)

thanks again,
Mark

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 6:26:30 PM UTC+3, Brad Fitzpatrick
wrote:
The godoc server is not blocking anything, as far as I know.

I don't think it even has such capabilities.

It's possible that something in Google's network is blocking it, but I
really doubt it: because we're running on Google Cloud, I think they
mostly
leave those policy decisions up to the user (us) unless it's very
severe, or
if we're using their HTTP load balancing (which we're not).

Can you ask your ISP?


On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 12:11 AM, Mark Songhurst <
mark.so...@scanimal.net>
wrote:
Hi

Since about 10 days ago I can no longer connect to the godoc.org
website
through my ISP, be it using my laptop or phone.
I live in Turkey and I'm using the TTNET (Turk Telekom) ISP.
Turkey is prone to internet censorship, but I'm not convinced that
godoc.org is being censored because:

1. When a site is blocked we get redirected to a Government branded
censorship message. This is not happening with godoc.org - with
Chrome I
get:

This site can’t be reached

godoc.org refused to connect.

ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED


The same error occurs with Firefox, IE, etc.

2. If I switch my phone to cellular, so it's using a different
Turkish
ISP (Turkcell) I can reach godoc.org - internet censorship is done
at a
national level rather than ISP specific.

Whilst everything points at a TTNET issue (despite them claiming
otherwise), I was wondering if the TTNET IP range was being blocked
by the
godoc server due to DDoS attacks or other similar malicious activity?
If that was the case, I have a static IP, so maybe I could gain an
exception.

I've run tracert on my Windows 10 laptop. Here is the outcome from a
couple of runs:

tracert -d godoc.org
Tracing route to godoc.org [216.239.32.21]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.1.1
2 7 ms 7 ms 7 ms
81.212.171.174.static.turktelekom.com.tr
[81.212.171.174]
3 any-in-2015.1e100.net [216.239.32.21] reports: Destination
protocol
unreachable.

Trace complete.

tracert -d godoc.org
Tracing route to godoc.org [216.239.32.21]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

1 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.1.1
2 7 ms 7 ms 7 ms 81.212.171.174
3 216.239.32.21 reports: Destination protocol unreachable.

Trace complete.


Here is the trace route run from my phone when using TurkCell:

Warning: godoc.org has multiple addresses; using 216.239.38.21
traceroute to godoc.org (216.239.38.21) , 5 relative hops max, 52
byte
packets
1 * * *
2 172.17.168.115 (172.17.168.115) 33.592 ms 39.487 ms 44.051 ms
3 * * *
4 172.17.241.10 (172.17.241.10) 468.297 ms 489.340 ms 587.598 ms
5 172.17.221.2 (172.17.221.2) 1290.826 ms 1305.066 ms 1320.154 ms
6 217.131.62.9 (217.131.62.9) 64.175 ms 177.453 ms 181.247 ms
7 * * *
8 * * *
9 * * *
10 72.14.217.158 (72.14.217.158) 169.606 ms 325.175 ms 332.615 ms
11 209.85.248.54 (209.85.248.54) 47.381 ms 190.078 ms 199.958 ms
12 64.233.175.34 (64.233.175.34) 83.351 ms 224.605 ms 233.574 ms
13 216.239.51.58 (216.239.51.58) 68.854 ms 202.775 ms 206.421 ms
14 66.249.95.172 (66.249.95.172) 67.246 ms 208.136 ms 213.499 ms
15 66.249.95.39 (66.249.95.39) 70.596 ms 208.361 ms 214.854 ms
16 216.239.49.234 (216.239.49.234) 89.469 ms 227.144 ms 231.362 ms
17 209.85.249.12 (209.85.249.12) 90.033 ms 227.812 ms 237.804 ms
18 * * *
19 any-in-2615.1e100.net (216.239.38.21) 873.155 ms 1038.119 ms
1041.975
ms


Any help very welcome!
Thanks, Mark.

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