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Drew DeVault's geminispace


Contact: sir@cmpwn.com


My Gemini-related projects:


gmni: a Gemini client

gmnisrv: a Gemini server

kineto: an HTTP to Gemini proxy


Gemini services:


Look up a POSIX man page


Blog posts


2021-07-21: Demon Slayer: The Movie: Mugen Train review

2021-07-15: Status update, July 2021

2021-07-04: Is GitHub a derivative work of GPL'd software?

2021-07-03: How does IRC's federation model compare to ActivityPub?

2021-06-24: A finger client

2021-06-07: I will be moving to the Netherlands

2021-05-30: Build your project in our new language

2021-05-24: Using io_uring to make a high-performance... finger server

2021-05-20: How I choose a license

2021-05-19: How to write release notes

2021-05-16: Status update, May 2021

2021-05-14: Pinebook Pro review

2021-05-07: godocs.io six months later

2021-05-06: Praise for Alpine Linux

2021-05-03: awk is the coolest tool you don't know

2021-04-26: Cryptocurrency is an abject disaster

2021-04-23: Recommended read: Why Lichess will always be free

2021-04-22: Parsers all the way down: writing a self-hosting parser

2021-04-15: Status update, April 2021

2021-04-12: The Developer Certificate of Origin is a great alternative to a CLA

2021-04-07: What should the next chat app look like?

2021-04-02: Go is a great programming language

2021-03-29: The world's stupidest IRC bot

2021-03-17: Anime recommendation: *Monogatari

2021-03-15: Status update, March 2021

2021-03-06: The corporate surveillance machine is killing people

2021-03-05: Gemreader, a feed reader for Geminispace

2021-03-03: To make money in FOSS, build a business first

2021-03-01: Celeste

2021-02-25: Gmail is a huge source of spam

2021-02-20: Free gemini hosting on sourcehut

2021-02-15: Status update, February 2021

2021-01-28: Use open platforms — or else

2021-01-20: Open source means surrendering your monopoly over commercial exploitation

2021-01-19: Spooky action at a distance

2021-01-15: Status update, January 2021

2021-01-07: History will not remember us fondly

2021-01-04: Fostering a culture that values stability and reliability

2021-01-02: Every commit should be a perfect, atomic unit of change

2021-01-01: A megacorp is not your dream job

2020-12-25: H0 H0 H0

2020-12-25: How to design a new programming language from scratch

2020-12-15: Status update, December 2020

2020-12-12: Become shell literate

2020-12-04: Web analytics should at least meet the standards of informed consent

2020-11-29: 俺のスカイツリー旅行

2020-11-20: A few ways to make money in FOSS

2020-11-17: We can do better than DuckDuckGo

2020-11-15: RE: Is This Aggregator Idea Good?

2020-11-15: Status update, November 2020

2020-11-12: Copying ain't stealing

2020-11-10: My experience as a poll worker in Pennsylvania

2020-11-08: Hacker News over Gemini

2020-11-06: Utility vs usability

2020-11-01: What is this Gemini thing anyway, and why am I excited about it?

2020-10-23: I'm handing over maintenance of wlroots and sway to Simon Ser

2020-10-22: Firefox: The Jewel^WEmbarassment of Open Source

2020-10-18: New workstation

2020-10-15: Status update, October 2020

2020-10-11: Kineto: An HTTP to Gemini proxy

2020-10-09: Four principles of software engineering

2020-10-01: Spamtoberfest

2020-09-27: Gemini and Hugo

2020-09-25: A tale of two libcs

2020-09-21: TOFU recommendations for Gemini


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Drew DeVault's blog


The content for this site is CC-BY-SA. The code for this site is MIT.

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