Hopefully replying to the toot.
looks like the tag works :)
Fediverse, what's your favourite #gemini server?
I'm kinda testing the waters with this now and I'm really liking it.
Currently I'm testing locally with jetforce as it was the easiest to install.
BTW if you have info docs tutorials on
a) how to export to HTML in order to run a WWW replica?
b) how to best set up a public server?
c) what hosting service is your fav?
d) anything else you might deem useful to a newcomer
it's most appreciated.
update on the urgent housing situation from yesterday, asking for money help, boosts needed
an update on hermes' situation from yesterday: he's gonna be moving back in with his parents in michigan
but he needs the funds to do so
here's his paypal link:
please donate and/or boost! thank you!
FOSS Buddies, I want to ask a question, and I’m going into it with an open mind.
I always say there is a difference between making software to fuel corporate greed (proprietary), and then there is making paid software to pay for bills, feed your family etc. (Pay-For-Source).
Tell me, would you understand if someone made pay-for-source software for the latter reason? Just to survive? Obviously, once a user has the source, there will be no limits to what they can do.
Would doing this for SOME (not all) of my software be considered ‘a bad thing’?
Speaking hypothetically for the moment of course.
This is an interesting victory for #FOSS: https://www.zdnet.com/article/to-infinity-and-beyond-linux-and-open-source-goes-to-mars/