2020-06-11 Demonstrating Gemini Wiki

This wiki is also served via the Gemini protocol (something between Gopher and the Web as we know it). I’ve proposed an extension that allows me to write back to the wiki (and not just leave a single line of comments). In case you’re curious, today I made a short 50s video!

Made using Emacs, Elpher, Gemini, Oddmuse, Peek, and Garage Band. 😀

If you’re interested in how this works, I think the two two bash functions I wrote on 2020-06-17 Tiny Gemini Client in Bash make perfectly good examples: gemini allows you to read and titan allows you to write.

There’s a separate Titan page.

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Let’s see how this works with a gemini client.

– Anonymous 2020-06-11 22:52 UTC


If you want to be non-anonymous, I guess you need Gemini Write support. If you have it, just edit the page and there you go.

Or I could add another back and forth to ask your name every time you comment. Do you think that would be worth it?

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-12 18:05 UTC


Starting a series of wiki pages on how to set up your own Gemini Wiki using Oddmuse.

– Alex Schroeder 2020-06-13 20:25 UTC


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