@groovestomp what is gemini protocol ? firefox could not open that link :)

@Ozzy it's a different protocol from HTTP. Here's a terse overview: gemini.circumlunar.space/

There are web proxies linked on that page that will work for you. If you are interested, you can use the Lagrange gemini browser (as opposed to a web browser): github.com/skyjake/lagrange

The easiest is a direct web proxy link to my gemini post: portal.mozz.us/gemini/www.groo

@groovestomp @Ozzy

I used to get 50% cranky about people sharing gemini links on the HTTP protocol, breaking every semblance of content flow (and the other 50% cranky that Firefox, ostensibly a content browser, didn't take a week to bang out a Gemini renderer when it supports all sorts of shit I will **never** make use of)

Then I found addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firef

Life is finally good. Set that to use Vulpes instead of Mozz (better formatting IMO).

Maybe Ozzy will find it useful, too.

@klardotsh @Ozzy Thanks for sharing.

I briefly touch on this fact in the post itself. I want some mechanism for proxying/mirroring my gemtext to html, but haven't found a solution that works for me yet. At that point I can just share the web link on websites. 🙂

@klardotsh @groovestomp thanks, I still wonder why you use gemini for ? it doesn't look like search engine friendly nor user friendly

@groovestomp I've been rudderless for quite some time too. I used to feel badly about it.
"Used to feel" :-)

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