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Gemlog's Gemlog

This is my first .gmi, so I want to use every bit of syntax I'm aware of.

2nd level heading

I wonder if blank lines are needed for things to render decently for ease of reading?

3rd level heading and the help post from Tomasino

Write paragraphs on long lines (don't hard-break them). New lines are displayed as new lines. Links start with =>, and are followed by a url then a description. Just a space between those things.


You can use #, ##, and ### for headings, and * for lists (no nested lists).


Stuff that's here


Amiga

RSS Feeds

Magic Smoke

Why Goodbye Mint

Re: Bronzie's 5Q Question Set for August 2020

Re: CoTs 5Q Question Set For September 2020

Re: CoTs 5Q Question Set For November 2020


Finally, anything you want to be fixed width and preserve white space will go between lines that are just ``` (three back-ticks), kind of like in markdown. The first trip starts fixed formatting mode. The second one end it. The starting back-ticks can optionally have a bit of text after them that acts like alt text describing the block to screen readers.


Let's try a list!


Item the one

Item the two

Item the three


Let's test posting some links


My profile page on Mastodonten.de

How I finally quit smoking!

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