Just finished reading the spec. Very interesting. Very well written.
edit: it looks like the only medium for discussion mentioned in the docs is the vaporsoft email address. Is this correct? There is no irc channel or mailing list?
Brilliant advice from a shrewd investor. A+++ would read again.
Web server issue… shouldn’t have errors now
I get an “Error 526: The origin web server does not have a valid SSL certificate.”
Yesss. I’m gonna try and do similar stuff! I just have to figure out how to do it without my navigation links looking crowded. I’m already on the brink of not liking how many I have right now hahaha
I added one: https://chrisman.github.io/feeds.html
I have a /now page on my gopherhole I should copy over.
Started writing a /uses a while ago.. I should finish that one up :)
RSS /feeds aside, I love these /uses and /now ideas, because it makes your homepage more “social”, and I just love the idea of social homepages. Keeps people out of things like facebook, instagram, etc.
i certainly vouche for this
woa this is awesome. thanks for this!
I was actually snooping around this yesterday! It looks so cool! I couldn’t tell if it’s focus was around decentralized wikis, but then I saw that it does something similar to the Pigeon Protocol, where it lists possible software ideas, which basically included a bunch of social network stuff :D, so I got even more stoked haha.
ooh nice and arcane - i love it
I was just browsing this the other day! Downloaded a dozen math and science books. Now the hard part: let’s see if I actually read any of them!
Is the page “Coming soon” what there is to see?
Takes a little while to even understand what is happening on that site.
Nice! This is one of the old protocols I wished was used more. Like a nano-status update. :)
Site seems to be dead :(
I used a DDNS for my home connection for various reasons. I found whilst my home IP address was dynamic it didn’t actually change once in 2 years! Obviously security and reliability make selfhosting not ideal in all scenarios.
What a shame. A maverick that made something exciting happen.