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I'm not entirely sure I'll use this. I found out about the Gemini protocol by chance. A tweet by Catalin Cimpanu lead me to a blog post by Drew DeVault. In the blog post, Drew said

This is why I'm throwing my weight behind Gemini, a protocol which is much simpler than the web, and which you can implement yourself in a weekend.

The idea of a protocol that's much simpler than the web, less corporate, less commercial seemed very appealing. Three days later, I'm running a small Gemini server and saying hello. I did some looking around for a server that I could run, but after taking a look at what's available, it would be safer to write my own server that only does exactly what I want it to. The source code is available on Github.

The Tweet from Catalin Cimpanu

The Post from Drew DeVault

The Melchior Gemini Server

Posts

2020-11-28 - Postfix Postqueue Parser

2020-11-14 - Sandboxing with systemd

2020-11-02 - Testing with Gemini Diagnostics

2020-11-01 - Creating a Basic Gemini Server

2019-07-28 - Notes and Thoughts from Grows Method Workshop

2019-04-14 - Notes, Quotes, and Thoughts from Release It

2019-04-02 - Emulating an HID Proxcard from Facility Code and Card Number

2019-03-31 - Creating a Simple Go Lambda Function to Save Data to S3

2019-03-04 - JavaScript Quine With Self Referential CRC32

2019-02-29 - Bash Quine

2019-02-23 - Video to ASCII Art

2019-02-14 - O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference 2019

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gemini@j4.is is probably the best place to email me. I exist on social media as well

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