@oppen Maybe I'm missing something but I read the go-gemini code and I don't think it's looking for a client cert and I'm able to use gmni and amfora without a client cert to access flounder pages
@oppen OK I think is might be a different issue -- I set the expiration for certs for just 1 minute, and so probably it generated a new cert on almost every request: is it possible that the client you were using wasn't handling that correctly? (increasing the timeout window)
@oppen thanks for letting me know -- I used a new version of the go-gemini library that made this change. I think mandatory client certs is standard according to the spec (?)
@solderpunk the internet is losing functionality as time progresses. You can’t even right click a media object on most platforms to download it anymore
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