awesome-gemini

A collection of awesome things regarding the gemini protocol ecosystem.
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commit 5eb2bd8a74bb0ac445bea45d14a6f89bd9e5e8d1
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Author: √Čtienne Deparis <etienne@depar.is>
Date:   Fri, 20 Nov 2020 08:40:25 +0100

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Please contribute to this list to link to all the awesome gemini projects out th [Excerpt from gemini.circumlunar.space](https://gemini.circumlunar.space/docs/specification.html): > Gemini is a client-server protocol featuring request-response transactions, broadly similar to gopher or HTTP. - Connections are closed at the end of a single transaction and cannot be reused. When Gemini is served over TCP/IP, servers + Connections are closed at the end of a single transaction and cannot be reused. When Gemini is served over TCP/IP, servers should listen on port 1965 (the first manned Gemini mission, Gemini 3, flew in March'65). This is an unprivileged port, so it's very easy to run a server as a "nobody" user, even if e.g. the server is written in Go and so can't drop privileges in the traditional fashion.