What is Gemini? I think DT from DistroTube explains it well:
I have decided to move my personal websites -- and some other projects -- over to the Gemini protocol for a number of reasons (in no specific order):
- Gemini-based capsules are easy to maintain
- Gemini-based capsules are fun to maintain!
- No tracking, ads, or any other unneeded fluff
- The community: From the short experience I have had with the Gemini community, it has been awesome! I love to see the motivation and movement behind this project, it's really inspiring!
- The development-sphere
Amfora: A very nice, feature-rich, and easy-to-use CLI client for Gemini, my client of choice.
Bollux: A fun little CLI client for Gemini written in Bash! I mostly use this for quick and dirty testing and development purposes.
Elaho: An elegant IOS Gemini client.
Capybara: A Gemini to HTTP proxy, simple and just works.
Mozz.us and Vuples.one Portals: Great Gemini to HTTP proxies, simple and intuitive.
Alternatively, you can also use Kineto's (the Gemino-to-HTTP proxy I use for this capsule) built in proxy at the following URL:
Just replace the "fuwn.me" after "proxy/" with whatever Gemini capsule you would like to visit, but be warned; it is not as sophisticated as the aforementioned proxies above, but it gets the job done!
FRAMEWORKS & SERVERS
Gig: A Golang framework for developing and deploying dynamic (or static) Gemini capsules.
Agate: A static Gemini server written in Rust! I'd recommend this to just about anyone!
medusae.space gemini directory
acdw's gemini cottage
Chris's gemini capsule
The Amazing Fnt400's Gemini Capsule
The Home of HexDSL
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