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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):
GemRest: A development studio focused on delivering high performance, Gemini-situated utilities. Run by Fuwn (me)!
Lagrange: An amazing desktop GUI client for Gemini and Gopher that is just amazing. My #1 client of choice.
Amfora: A very nice, feature-rich, and easy-to-use CLI client for Gemini, my CLI 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 which I personally use.
September: A high performance Gemini-to-HTTP proxy written in Rust, focused on accessibility and speed.
Capybara: A Gemini-to-HTTP proxy, simple and just works. (No longer in active development in favour of September, check README)
Mozz.us and Vuples.one Portals: Great Gemini-to-HTTP proxies, simple and intuitive.
Alternatively, you can also use Capybara's (the Gemini-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!
Windmark: An elegant and highly performant async Gemini server framework, written by me! (Fuwn)
Similar to Gig, but faster and written in Rust.
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!
Windmark Comments: A comment engine module for Windmark
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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