A recent email has revealed to me that insisting on redirecting [www.]haerdin.se to www.härdin.se doesn't work as well as I initially expected. Because of IDN rules, despite people copy-pasting links I send them, these links may be presented as www.xn--hrdin-gra.se. Another potential complication is that even if härdin.se copy-pastes fine this is not very accessible for people without an ä key or umlaut modifiers on their keyboards. I have therefore made it so that both www.haerdin.se and www.härdin.se present the same site. I still have the yes-www redirects in place, so haerdin.se redirects to www.haerdin.se and härdin.se to www.härdin.se.
The specific background for this is this video featuring Paul Cockshott, which has a link to this post with the less-than-pretty xn--hrdin-gra.se domain name. I actually wasn't aware of this video or this problem until earlier today.
- English speakers may use haerdin.se in place of xn--hrdin-gra.se
- Swedish speakers may keep using härdin.se as before