Promoting Gemini, is anyone working on outreach?

Devin Prater r.d.t.prater at
Mon Mar 8 14:23:46 GMT 2021

I've promoted Gemini to some blind people by adding the Elaho client to the
Applevis app directory:

And I plan on talking about it more on Twitter, where most blind people
are, and other places. I think Gemini can be a great, simple, content-rich
place for blind people.
Devin Prater
r.d.t.prater at

On Mon, Mar 8, 2021 at 1:20 AM <text at> wrote:

> Recently the Wikipedia page got accompanied by its Wikiversity counterpart
> =>
> This seems like a great place to collaboratively add frequently asked
> questions (and some answers) as well as maybe tutorials in sub pages.
> On Mon, 08 Feb 2021 17:41:00 +0100, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> > [Not tagged since there is no obvious tag for this subject.]
> >
> > Gemini seems to have some success
> > <gemini://> but one day or
> > the other, we'll have to move further and tries to promote it to normal
> > people. This is what is done for systems like PeerTube
> > <> (or <>, which
> > seems to be in french only) with a Web site explaining what it is, how
> > to join, etc, targeted to real people.
> >
> > Now, don't get me wrong, I do not suggest to launch such a Web site
> > tomorrow. Gemini is not stable enough, the specification is not final,
> > and most Gemini programs are not yet packaged for typical operating
> > systems.
> >
> > But creating such an "outreach" Web site takes time so may be it could
> > be a good idea to start working on it? (I have no special competences on
> > that field, I just suggest a could be cool.)
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