I write software and now I’m trying to blog.
Latest postsIn my last post I’ve written about me jumping in the Gemini bandwagon and how I was really excited about it. In the past few weeks I wrote a Gemini server and a Gemini static site generator, both of them being currently in use for my gemlog.
This post is a bit of a status update and some cool stuff I’ve learned while coding my Gemini server and SSG.
Satellite Satellite is my gemini server.I jumped in the Gemini bandwagon, if you don’t know about it yet, Gemini is a new protocol which fills the space between gopher and the web, it can distribute arbitrary files, and it’s a awesome to serve text files in the form of blogs (or gemlogs in the gemini jargon). There’s been a lot of adoption lately and I figured I would jump in too!
The protocol is simple enough that any single person can implement a server and a client in a very short time.Dotfiles are a very personal thing, some people stick with the defaults of every program, others have a config file for every single program they use. 1 Whether or not you configure all your tools or not, losing your environment is always a pain, many hours lost invested configuring your editor to do that little stupid thing you wanted it to do gone to waste, and now, another many hours figuring out what you had to configure again.