@m15o it's called fingerlist and it's on f-droid. The github also has screenshots of the new version.
I made a finger server for plan 9 which is able to present arbitrary files in a user directory by calling the path with plus signs: user+path+to+file@server. User@ without path will print a standard file. The C source is at shithub.us.
The students for Summer of Code 2021 have been announced. Plan 9 was awarded 3 slots, and we’ll be working with the following great students:
• Ethan Long will be working on nIME, an input method for Japanese text
• Cameron Connell will be working on modernizing the underlying data struct of edwood
• Dimitrios Iatrakis will be working on adding support for OAuth2 to factotum
@m15o why not add finger support? It could just be the same as gemini over tcp79 🙂
(I made android client just for this purpose)
@mwlucas (source: wikipedia)
Die deutschen Buchhändler Club Bertelsmann, Hugendubel, Thalia und Weltbild gründeten gemeinsam mit der Deutschen Telekom die Tolino-Allianz.
The German booksellers Club Bertelsmann, Hugendubel, Thalia and Weltbild founded the Tolino Alliance together with Deutsche Telekom.
The info text states: You need an Adobe ID to read this eBook on devices of the tolino family as well as on other eReaders and on the PC. Further information on reading copy-protected eBooks can be found under Help / Downloads. (Google translated)
The german shop thalia sells it with drm, for example. Absolutely no-go, imo. Books I have in my shelf will work in hundreds of years (and yes, I have books from 18th century. They still work! 😱)
@mwlucas I think that was some recommendation in the UK some time ago, saving money to free your data? Instead of proper backups and stuff...
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko