05.06.22

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Gemini Community is Growing, Geminispace is Expanding, and We Try to Make it Simpler to Keep Abreast of New/Active Capsules and Gemlogs

Posted in Debian, Free/Libre Software at 2:09 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Tracking Geminispace Throughout the Day
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Summary: Gemlogs, or the Gemini equivalent of Web logs (“blogs” for short), sometimes have RSS/XML/atom feeds, which thankfully enable a sort of ‘alta vista’ (view from above) across the growing space

THE gemlogs in Geminispace are already hundreds in number, but not all of them have daily updates. Moreover, traditional RSS readers do not (yet) support Gemini Protocol — perhaps a potential Free software project for someone to start (or an area where existing RSS readers can be extended/improved).

This morning we decided to make a combined page for all known capsules (which we can syndicate), with new posts shown for today and yesterday. As expected, it took a longer than initially expected, mostly because I added more things that I had intended at first. The new pages (or improved pages), as shown in the video above, are:

We’ve meanwhile learned some good things (likely news) about Gemini and GNU/Linux. An associate said that “amfora and elpa-elpher are both in Debian now!!”

“That’s based on Devuan 5 (daedalus) [...] it’s based on Bookworm (Debian 12).”

Devuan and Debian impact many other distros, operating systems other than themselves. “elpa-elpher is in Raspberry Pi OS so far,” the associate noted. Yes, Debian 11 has it now. Debian 10 does not have Gemini clients in the official repositories, but then again it was released when Gemini was very young, barely even a baby.

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