[users] Noob-friendly solutions for co-writing a gemini site?

Jason McBrayer jmcbray at carcosa.net
Wed Apr 21 14:41:43 BST 2021


Unicorn writes:

> 20 Apr 2021 18:34:46 Omar Polo <op at omarpolo.com>:
>> I never did something like this (I usually just use git or rsync to
>> publish) but maybe syncthing[0] is an option too.
>
> Yeah, we have been using syncthing for other purposes, but then there
> is still the question of what would be a simple text editor, optimally
> with syntax highlighting, that she could use.

I *think* I remember someone creating a Gemini syntax highlighting
plugin for either GEdit or Kate...

Ah, searching pulls up this plugin that should work for gedit:
https://git.scuttlebot.io/%25bIpwmyP44M5EXF6SdICYQa8rBHhvRRtmqnclkZRx2%2BE%3D.sha256 

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