One of the foreign data wrappers I included in the PostgreSQL 9.3 Windows FDW bag and PostgreSQL 9.4 Windows FDW bag is the www_fdw extension used for querying web services. Someone asked that since I didn't build curl with SSL support,
they are unable to use it with https connections. The main reason I didn't is that the EDB installs come with ssleay32.dll and libeay32.dll (even the 64-bit) which
are dependencies of curl when built with SSL support. I wanted to minimize the issue of distributing dlls that are packaged with Windows PostgreSQL installers already.
Though this article is specific to using www_fdw on Windows systems, many of the issues are equally applicable to other platforms, so may be worth a read if you are running into similar issues with using specialty SSL certificates on Linux/Unix/Mac.
I'm still in the middle of building packages for our clients for the packages that aren't normally distributed for windows to make upgrading to PostgreSQL 9.4 smooth. One of those is PL/V8 which we use for some custom functions.
I had mentioned how I build PL/V8 for PostgreSQL windows, and the instructions are a bit out of date., but I put more up to date instructions on my gist page. I tend to use gist a lot as a public scrap book with hopes someone else can learn from my toils and save them some trouble. At some point I should probably get more organized with my scrapbooks.