Gemini Digest, Vol 22, Issue 25

charliebrownau charliebrownau at protonmail.com
Sun May 23 13:27:00 BST 2021


I recommend using Mumble (opensource gaming VOIP) +
XMPP (opensource messaging)+ Jitsi (opensource video meeting)
for online meetings , during the World Convid Plandemic of 2020-2024

Avoid wearing the Goverment Mask Muzzle or Big Phama Jab

Not everyone is in USA or the same state of USA/X Nation

Profanity is a simple XMMP client - https://profanity-im.github.io/

Also I recommend avoiding Freednode + Libre chat IRC server
you dont get free speech on it, its the same "woke" censorship



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On Sunday, May 23, 2021 9:25 AM, <gemini-request at lists.orbitalfox.eu> wrote:

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> 1.  Re: [tech] Integrity checks for Gemini pages (nervuri)
> 2.  [users] Article: links and anchors (Chris McGee)
> 3.  Re: [tech] Integrity checks for Gemini pages (nothien at uber.space)
> 4.  Gemini meetup? (alex wennerberg)
> 5.  Re: Gemini meetup? (panda-roux)
> 6.  Re: Gemini meetup? (Rohan Kumar)
> 7.  Bay Area Gemini Meetup [Was: Gemini meetup?] (Emma Humphries)
> 8.  Re: Gemini meetup? (Jonathan McHugh)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 16:16:25 +0000
> From: nervuri nervuri at disroot.org
> To: nothien at uber.space
> Cc: "ew.gemini" ew.gemini at nassur.net, gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Re: [tech] Integrity checks for Gemini pages
> Message-ID: 20210522161625.GA25966 at host
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> On Fri, 2021-05-21, nothien at uber.space wrote:
>
> > If servers have not yet been fixed to use close_notify, then there's no
> > hope that they would implement any new companion specs / technologies
> > for providing integrity.
>
> My suggestions don't entail changes in server software.
>
> > If a user of such a server wants integrity, then they should request it
> > of the maintainer of the server code, or switch to a different server;
> > there are many out there with the same features.
>
> The user of a pubnix or a flounder-style hosting service would likely
> not be in a position to determine what server is used. But they would
> be able to create well-known files or append hash fragments to a few
> links. The idea of hash fragments for third-party links would be
> especially interesting to explore, I think.
>
> > Integrity on the server-side is out of the scope of Gemini
>
> As are many features of current Gemini clients.
>
>
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>
> Message: 2
> Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 12:50:14 -0400
> From: Chris McGee newton688 at gmail.com
> To: gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: [users] Article: links and anchors
> Message-ID:
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> Hi All,
>
> I've written an article on hyperlinking in gemini.
>
> gemini://lonelysilo.ca/article/links-and-anchors.gmi
>
> Cheers,
> Chris
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> Message: 3
> Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 22:48:44 +0100
> From: nothien at uber.space
> To: nervuri nervuri at disroot.org
> Cc: "ew.gemini" ew.gemini at nassur.net, gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Re: [tech] Integrity checks for Gemini pages
> Message-ID: 3KSWVXZK44DRK.32JOUY4QKZKXY at nothien.uber.space
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> nervurinervuri at disroot.org wrote:
>
> > On Fri, 2021-05-21, nothien at uber.space wrote:
> >
> > > If servers have not yet been fixed to use close_notify, then there's
> > > no hope that they would implement any new companion specs /
> > > technologies for providing integrity.
> >
> > My suggestions don't entail changes in server software.
>
> But your suggestions are patch-up solutions over issues with server
> software. Instead of adding more complexity into the situation, push
> for better (more correct) server software.
>
> > > If a user of such a server wants integrity, then they should request
> > > it of the maintainer of the server code, or switch to a different
> > > server; there are many out there with the same features.
> >
> > The user of a pubnix or a flounder-style hosting service would likely
> > not be in a position to determine what server is used. But they would
> > be able to create well-known files or append hash fragments to a few
> > links.
>
> But they can (and should!) request their providers to update their
> software. Users should never have to pay for the faults of their server
> providers anyways.
>
> > The idea of hash fragments for third-party links would be especially
> > interesting to explore, I think.
>
> They would only be feasible for static files, such as tarballs etc. that
> never change, as otherwise any changes (e.g. fixing typos) would break
> hash fragments from third-party sites to the current one. The issue
> thus becomes that it may be misused (i.e. used in the wrong contexts);
> there is no way to stop this from happening, and it would only add more
> pain to the situation. Better to rely on explicit hash files in these
> situations, as is already the convention.
>
> > > Integrity on the server-side is out of the scope of Gemini
> >
> > As are many features of current Gemini clients.
>
> Such as? I'm considering specifically the communication of data over
> the network via the Gemini protocol. Gemini clients obviously have more
> things to do.
>
> ~aravk | ~nothien
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 22:37:53 -0700
> From: "alex wennerberg" alex at alexwennerberg.com
> To: gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Gemini meetup?
> Message-ID: CBKDS7L8O705.2QO8ULNHY0IVN at debian-alex
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> Hey all, now that the world is sort of opening up again, how would you
> all feel about a Gemini meetup? I am located in the Bay Area, I wonder
> if there's enough folks here to put together a small group. I'm not sure
> if I have the resources to organize such a thing, but just wanted to
> float the idea.
>
> Alex
>
>
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> Message: 5
> Date: Sat, 22 May 2021 22:50:45 -0700
> From: panda-roux contact at panda-roux.dev
> To: alex wennerberg alex at alexwennerberg.com
> Cc: gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Re: Gemini meetup?
> Message-ID: 20210523055045.elenme5zcxa4uu23 at GLOIN
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
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> I am close enough to the bay to be able to make it, so I would be down.
> If we can get enough folks willing perhaps we could find a place that's
> somewhat central to where enough of us are at.
>
> panda-roux
>
> On Sat, May 22, 2021 at 10:37:53PM -0700, alex wennerberg wrote:
>
> > Hey all, now that the world is sort of opening up again, how would you
> > all feel about a Gemini meetup? I am located in the Bay Area, I wonder
> > if there's enough folks here to put together a small group. I'm not sure
> > if I have the resources to organize such a thing, but just wanted to
> > float the idea.
> > Alex
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 00:08:32 -0700
> From: Rohan Kumar seirdy at seirdy.one
> To: panda-roux contact at panda-roux.dev
> Cc: alex wennerberg alex at alexwennerberg.com,
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>     gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
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> Subject: Re: Gemini meetup?
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> I'm in the South Bay Area, and would be down for a meetup. It's probably
> best to wait another month or two while vaccinations roll out.
>
> I'm cool with meeting over something like Mumble until then, though.
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 00:51:26 -0700
> From: "Emma Humphries" ech at emmah.net
> To: gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Bay Area Gemini Meetup [Was: Gemini meetup?]
> Message-ID: edcf64fb-8e76-491d-bc22-5cf986bbe61b at www.fastmail.com
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> I'm in Oakland and anything I can reach by bicycle, bus, or BART would be great.
>
> On Sun, May 23, 2021, at 00:08, Rohan Kumar wrote:
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> > I'm in the South Bay Area, and would be down for a meetup. It's probably
> > best to wait another month or two while vaccinations roll out.
> > I'm cool with meeting over something like Mumble until then, though.
> > --
> > /Seirdy
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> Message: 8
> Date: Sun, 23 May 2021 11:22:47 +0200
> From: Jonathan McHugh indieterminacy at libre.brussels
> To: gemini at lists.orbitalfox.eu
> Subject: Re: Gemini meetup?
> Message-ID: 87mtslby8o.fsf at libre.brussels
> Content-Type: text/plain
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> Im happy to propose Brussels, Belgium for anybody in Western Europe.
>
> Jonathan
>
> alex wennerberg alex at alexwennerberg.com writes:
>
> > Hey all, now that the world is sort of opening up again, how would you
> > all feel about a Gemini meetup? I am located in the Bay Area, I wonder
> > if there's enough folks here to put together a small group. I'm not sure
> > if I have the resources to organize such a thing, but just wanted to
> > float the idea.
> > Alex
>
> --
>
> Jonathan McHugh
> indieterminacy at libre.brussels
>
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