@sir I saw your comment on HN on eventually adding a #gemini frontend to sh.rt, this might interest you https://lists.orbitalfox.eu/archives/gemini/2020/000564.html
The tiniest #gemini client
echo gemini://konpeito.media/index-spicy.gmi | openssl s_client -crlf -ign_eof -quiet -connect konpeito.media:1965
Hey #rustlang fans I have an “architecture” question. I’m making a browser for the #gemini protocol. I’m trying to add #gopher support. The first step was to duplicate everything but then as you can guess that’s not great.
The starting point point is an URL and depending on the scheme I go one way or the other. The path is the same: get content, parse it, display it to the user.
What would be a great way to architecture this duplication?
https://portal.mozz.us/?url=gemini%3A%2F%2Ftyped-hole.org%2Fjournal%2Fopennic.gemini if you don't have a #gemini client at hand.
Let's try this 🙃 #gemini
Pushed Asuka 0.7.
On the menu:
- a back button
- bug fixes and it should be somewhat faster
A nice release overall and a little demo to showcase the improvements #gemini
Love it! #gemini
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Port 70, 79 and 1965 enthusiast.
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