By reasoning, I'm talking about mapping extensions, which point to some type of execution "engine" (DLL). Just because you can have URL's without any extensions (like.aspx, .whatever,...) doesn't mean that when you supply a URL ending in a "." that IIS will
magically understand what this means. At any rate, I'm certain Erik and rest of the C9 dev stars will solve this issue. My vote is to prevent this from happening by not allowing usernames to be created that end with ".". For the ones that currently do (I think
there's just one), remove the trailing dot and call it a day (so, change the user name to have no "." at the end, in the db).
Yup, that's the solution we decided on. Not sure if Duncan got around to fixing that yet or not.