Will Gemini ever become a standardized protocol?
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Thu Mar 25 08:25:53 GMT 2021
almaember wrote on 2021-03-25 12:26 a.m.:
> On Thu, 25 Mar 2021 02:13:02 +0000
> Jordan <jordan at crowesnest.io> wrote:
>> Eh, I couldnt care less if it does or not. What would the big
>> benefits be if it does?
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> On Mar 24, 2021, 6:16 PM, almaember wrote:
>>> I was wondering. Right now, Gemini uses a non-registered protocol
>>> schema (gemini://) and a non-registered MIME-type (text/gemini).
>>> The specification is a self-identified "pseudo-specification", and
>>> is often not specific enough, leading to a number of de facto
>>> standards, and the main website took a descriptive approach, and
>>> simply collected these "standards".
>>> I understand that this is a very young protocol, but I wanted to
>>> post this question anyway. Do you think Gemini will ever become a
>>> standard? Even if not a standard published by a big organization
>>> like the ISO, ECMA, IETF or IEEE, will text/gemini and the gemini
>>> url scheme ever be registered with the IANA?
>>> : https://gemini.circumlunar.space/docs/best-practices.gm
> One benefit would be a more definitive standard. We could also register
> the port so no other software will use it.
> And Gemini might also get into projects like cURL.
The port is already registered - to someone else.
Port 1965 has been assigned for years to "qsm-gui."
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