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Re: Vulnerabilities in futures-task and futures-util 9 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~julienxx/castor

Thanks! I just pushed an update of Castor crates, that should fix it.

Re: [PATCH] Safely unwrap URL host 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~julienxx/asuka

Applied thanks!

[SPEC] Backwards-compatible metadata in Gemini 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

> Le 24 f?vr. 2021 ? 21:25, Petite Abeille <petite.abeille at gmail.com> a ?crit :
> 
> Who is that someone? Neither you, nor me, apparently.
> 
> This list keeps on harping on that mythical "someone" archetype. 
> 
> Who is it? 

There is already a lot of content so I?d say anyone that uses the protocol to publish something, every capsule you can see on Capcom, Spacewalk... and the others you can only stumble upon, mines, your(s)?

> And who decides? And why should anyone care?

Dunno, I guess I expected this protocol was for humans to publish stuff first and computed stuff around it was a possibility, not a goal but apparently I?m wrong.

[SPEC] Backwards-compatible metadata in Gemini 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

>> On Feb 24, 2021, at 21:04, Julien Blanchard <julien at typed-hole.org> wrote:
>> 
>> why a Gemini user would care
> 
> You? Julien Blanchard? I don't care if you care or not. Your choice. I personally do care. For my very own purpose. Cristal clear?
> 
> ?0?

I meant someone that just wants something out available to read for fellow cool protocol users but you?re right I?m nobody, ignore, just giving out a thought...

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julienxx

[SPEC] Backwards-compatible metadata in Gemini 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

Still don?t get why a Gemini user would care about search engines and other tools to publish content but maybe I?m alone in this crowd and personal branding is the only thing that matter anyway.

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julienxx

[SPEC] Backwards-compatible metadata in Gemini 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

> Le 23 f?vr. 2021 ? 20:09, nothien at uber.space a ?crit :
> 
> ?I'm just going to quickly address everything about the metadata ideas /
> proposals:
> 
>    They're not necessary.
> 
> I'm going to split it into two groups: metadata affecting presentation,
> and metadata about the document.
> 
> # Metadata for Presentation
> 
> Gemini is (in specification and in spirit) against any specification of

Clients that auto-display inline images? 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

> Le 23 f?vr. 2021 ? 19:35, nervuri <nervuri at disroot.org> a ?crit :
> 
> ?Hans Gerwitz wrote yesterday about the "inevitability of inline media
> display" [1], which is a thought I also had.  Someone is going to
> implement it, it will be a crowd-pleaser, other clients will follow and
> we'll start seeing pages "best viewed in...".  The incentive is there,
> no matter what the spec says (and the spec is actually ambiguous on this
> point [2]).
> 
> Has it already happened?  Are there Gemini clients that display inline
> images automatically?
> 
> I know Vulpes does [3], but it's a web proxy, not a "native" browser,

Math Notation in Gemini? 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

> Le 16 f?vr. 2021 ? 19:23, Jonathan Lane <jon at dorsal.tk> a ?crit :
> 
> ?Recently I found some people interested in Gemini as a research sharing format.  Their one requested extension was inline rendering of mathematical notation via Groff MS or TeX syntax.  Would this be something that could be handled as a special client side handler for links to documents containing the fragments, like how Lagrange handles inline image expansion on link select?  I do see the appeal, but I don't want to introduce the weight of Roff or MathML or TeX into the Gemtext format spec.

Could it simply be serving a TeX file as application/x-latex (or another mime type) and let the client/user open it with any suitable app?

[Tech] medusae.space a Gemini directory 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~adnano/gemini

On 03/02/2021 15:27, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> 
> You're not alone, these capsules have the same problem:
> 
> consensus.circumlunar.space
> gem.bestalbumsintheuniverse.com
> typed-hole.org
> vger.cloud
> 

Ah thanks St?phane, this should be fixed for typed-hole.org. I'm using 
my own server which isn't used by anybody else AFAIK.

Re: [PATCH] Update crate version to match release tag 1 year, 4 months ago

From Julien Blanchard to ~julienxx/asuka

On 19/01/2021 19:00, Luke Hsiao wrote:
> The latest tag is v0.8.1, but the crate tag is still v0.8.0. This fixes
> the discrepancy.
> ---
>   Cargo.toml | 2 +-
>   1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
> 
> diff --git a/Cargo.toml b/Cargo.toml
> index 8f678e8..0a26a9a 100644
> --- a/Cargo.toml
> +++ b/Cargo.toml
> @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
>   [package]
>   name = "asuka"