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commit c4a60620c083346fd0946690b9a729dc0b5e9d08
parent 88beb84160a38d3ed59e70256ca203588b66d31b
Author: René Wagner <rwagner@rw-net.de>
Date:   Mon, 30 Nov 2020 21:38:28 +0100

add feeds page and link to awesome gemini

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Marchive.gmi | 6+++++-
Afeeds.gmi | 12++++++++++++
Mindex.gmi | 14++++++++------
3 files changed, 25 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/archive.gmi b/archive.gmi @@ -1,12 +1,16 @@ # shortlog archive +### 2020-11-18 gemini gets interactive +Out of curiosity i started to implement a faq engine to be used with a cgi enabled gemini server. of course this utilizes SQLite, a project which i'm a great fan of. It will be open source and hosted on SourceHut, have look at the links below for the repo +=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/faq/ Here's a demo of the faq engine. + ### 2020-11-12 gemini needs more features! gemini aims for simplicity, but there's ongoing chat on the mailinglist to add this or that feature to the spec. => gemini://when.willgemini.support/ Here's to ultimate site which will answer your question, when a specific feature will be available in gemini. ### 2020-11-03 gemini got me This gemini project really got me. As a long time perl dude i was curious to see perl cgi working in conjunction with gemini. -=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/demo.pl quick'n'dirty perl cgi demo using gmnisrv +=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/ quick'n'dirty perl cgi demo using gmnisrv ### 2020-11-02 let's get started After the advocating for gemini of ddevault i finally setup a gemini space on my machine to tinker around with it. diff --git a/feeds.gmi b/feeds.gmi @@ -0,0 +1,12 @@ +# feeds + +List of feeds a consume more or less regularly. The feeds are converted to gemini using orrg +=> https://git.sr.ht/~rwa/orrg online rss (& atom) feed reader for gemini + +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fdrewdevault.com%2Fblog%2Findex.xml Drew DeVaults Blog +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info/orrg.pl?gemini:%2F%2Fdrewdevault.com%2Ffeed.xml Drew DeVaults Geminispace Blog +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fblog.fefe.de%2Frss.xml fefe's blog +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fblog.codeberg.org%2Ffeeds%2Fall.atom.xml codeberg news +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fwww.phoronix.com%2Frss.php Phoronix News Feed + +=> index.gmi [home] diff --git a/index.gmi b/index.gmi @@ -10,28 +10,30 @@ ## shortlog +### 2020-11-30 orrg.clttr.info +orrg has seen some good progress in the last days. It's state seems mature enough to publish it on the mailing list and move it to a permament URI: +=> gemini://orrg.clttr.info my public orrg instance + ### 2020-11-25 feeds for gemini I'm proud to introduce *orrg*, a rss/atom feed reader for gemini. orrg renders a rss or atom feed as gemini site for easier reading. There is still some work to do to make feeds with heavily rely on HTML for formatting look good, but it essentially works already. -=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fgit.sr.ht%2F~rwa%2Forrg%2Flog%2Frss.xml orrg demo rendering the commit log of the repo +=> gemini://gmndemo.clttr.info/orrg/orrg.pl?https:%2F%2Fgit.sr.ht%2F~rwa%2Forrg%2Flog%2Frss.xml orrg demo rendering the commit log of the repo => https://git.sr.ht/~rwa/orrg ### 2020-11-22 where is this capsule run? gemini is great for people who'd like to be indepented and self-host their services. For whom it may interest i've added a description of my setup. See the *info* section below. -### 2020-11-18 gemini gets interactive -Out of curiosity i started to implement a faq engine to be used with a cgi enabled gemini server. of course this utilizes SQLite, a project which i'm a great fan of. It will be open source and hosted on SourceHut, have look at the links below for the repo -=> gemini://gmnspc.clttr.info Here's a demo of the faq engine. - => archive.gmi shortlog archive ## info +=> gemini://kr1sp1n.flounder.online/awesome.gmi awesome gemini +=> feeds.gmi feeds i read regularly => hosting.gmi What looks my self-hosting setup like? ## coding Perl maybe considered oldschool by many, but it is still very good in text processing - which is the very core of gemini. Therefore it is obvious to use perl for cgi with gemini. -=> https://sr.ht/~rwa/gmni-perl-cgi/ cgi scripts for gmnisrv written in Perl +=> https://sr.ht/~rwa/gmni-perl-cgi/ cgi scripts for gemini written in Perl As a amateur photographer i've create some open source tools which support my workflow: => https://sr.ht/~rwa/photo-workflow photo-workflow tools on sr.ht