THE END OF AMP!
"The good news is that, in May, this is all about to change. Part of the Google update is that all pages with high Page Experience scores are eligible to be in the featured top news carousel. This effectively means that publishers will no longer be forced to use AMP and can instead provide fast, rich experiences on their own domains."
@crc hey there. got another question for you. I noticed gopher.black is loading only about half the gophermap on the root page in your client. It seems to crap out right after the ==== External Resources ==== headline, before the "phlogs" listing. Originally I had my web links there and thought maybe it was dying on type h, so I flipped it around. It's still only getting part way. Is there a setting I'm missing or something processing the page weirdly? I don't see anything wrong when I curl.
Stutter, the friendly neighborhood RSVP browser extension, has a new release (v1.10.4)
This version adds a dimming of the background to Stutter that gives the eye less extreme color difference between the area of focus and the background. This screen is customizable by theme (see wiki) and non-interactive, so you can still click through it or scroll the page as Stutter continues.
We also fixed a small rendering issue with the drag handle character. It was previously an image that didn't change color with theme changes. This made it hard to see on the Light theme in particular. It is now a unicode character and follows the button color CSS in the themes.
@crc hey buddy. just discussing some link handling in IRC on your iOS gopher client and we realized that you can't paste in a link with gopher:// on the front. I'm not sure if you're back to coding again, but if so it might be nice to quietly handle links with the protocol on the front.
Opt your sites out of floc before google ruins the web further -
ten_forward is now online playing Tomasino - Ten Forward! tune in here now: https://tilderadio.org/listen
Official Raspberry Pi Support Arrives For Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime #raspberrypi
Overview of #Lagrange v1.3 (gemlog post)
Version 1.3 has wide-ranging improvements that touch on all facets of the application. Now I regret calling v1.2 a "Big One" because this release eclipses it quite easily. 😄
In this clip, you can see new lava flowing over the old lava and re-melting it. I found it quite fascinating to watch!
I may have stumbled on a solution to the long-standing #gemini trust-on-first-use problem. Give it a read and share your thoughts: