How to became a bit oddly? Plant own #Astrobotany plant on #Gemini space. Don’t ask what for. Act like nothing has happened. ;-)
Papa's manifesto is also mentioned in post on dbucklin's site: gopher://sdf.org/0/users/dbucklin/posts/antisocial_media.txt
Antisocial Media (2018).
But, despite above posts are from 2018 mentioned Papa's manifesto isn't available. I searched Veronica without success.
#Gopher seems to be very volatile.
Available is only the last mentioned manifesto: gopher://republic.circumlunar.space:70/0/~spring/phlog/2019-01-18__Small_Internet_Manifesto.txt
Small Internet Manifesto.
I've been reading content at Solderpunk's #gopher site. I spotted post: gopher://circumlunar.space/0/%7esolderpunk/phlog/papas-antisocial-media-manifesto.txt
Papa's Antisocial Media Manifesto (2018)
and after a year some continuation in post:gopher://zaibatsu.circumlunar.space/0/%7esolderpunk/phlog/manifestos-r-us.txt
Manifestos "R" Us (2019).
"[...] Rather, from a perspective of "Why is everyone wasting their time on this?". I can't think of any good reasons for gopher to *need* TLS connections. Let's be real here [...]"
It could be some echo of the #Gemini protocol conception, and the official birth witch came two months later. ;-)
Interesting article about #Gopher.
“Before the Web There Was Gopher” by Philip L. Frane
(from “IEEE Annals of the History of Computing” January-March 2004)
Oh, The Transjovian Council got mentioned in Smolzine 4!
transjovian.org can be reached both via Gemini and the Web. If you want to run a wiki on both Gemini and the Web, there are separate wiki spaces available.
Do note that updating a wiki space via Gemini doesn't work. You either need a dedicated Titan-enabled client, or use the web.
If there are any gopher apps (like web apps) on #Gopher? If there are, what are the best of them?
I’m still thinking about Gopher vs. #Gemini. Mandatory TLS on Gemini allows easy paswordless logins, and seems to be great base for creating gemini apps. Is gopher apps is biggest limitation of that protocol in comparison to Gemini?
Looked at the file listing of ~/Wiki/wiki/memex and wow, didn't expect it to grow this much. This is definitely my favorite way to organize things so far. I wonder if I could mix it with a paper based workflow. Maybe export it as a book? How would one transfer back changes from paper into a digital format? If there are only a few changes, manual transcription could work. Hm.
Do any #Gemini folks write in a way that crosses the digital-analog boundary?
gemini tynylog gtl
v0.4.2 introduced regressionS so I had to release v0.4.3 :)
This is why I should write tests…
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