Wow. I'm impressed at how quickly the #Gemini Project has advanced. So many servers and clients available within the last year (at least to my knowledge). There's even a tabbed Gemini browser, something I had really wanted personally (Fafi: https://git.sr.ht/~soapdog/fafi-browser). Very excited about Gemini once again! 🎉 💯
@claudiom That is a new on to me :). A lot of the browsers have tabs now. Most of the more mature GUI ones do and even my favorite TUI browser Amfora has tabs.
@kelbot Ah, good to know tabs are being implemented on most of the Gemini clients. 👍 I just came across Fafi from the list on the pages I linked. Castor is still sans tabs on OpenBSD as far as I can tell.
@claudiom I have not tried Castor in a while. Kristall is one of my favorite GUI browsers. It has tabs and also supports gopher, finger and http. I'm not sure how easy it is to get on BSD.
@kelbot I have it installed on OpenBSD so I'll check it out now. Lagrange just killed Xenocara, so that's a nope on that one for me. 😅
@Seirdy Different strokes for different folks, I guess. Of course, it depends on the app as well. If it's a terminal one, I can launch another instance in another Tmux pane or window, but if it's a GUI browser app, then I'd rather the app use it. The difference is like running a tabbed terminal as opposed to one terminal with Tmux having multiple panes. 🤷♂️ @kelbot
@conceitedjerk Oh now THAT's nice! I have to see if there's anything available for classic Mac OS as well as for BeOS, but I might have to build it for PowerPC BeOS. 😕
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