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Re: Did Flounder's HTTPS Proxy just get a dark mode? 1 year, 4 months ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

I'm glad you put that in. Given I use my capsule for fiction i'm
working on, the beta readers are grateful.

Did Flounder's HTTPS Proxy just get a dark mode? 1 year, 4 months ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

I ask because i went to grab a link for friends (as I'd put a draft of
my current in progress lite novel on my flounder and noticed rather
than white background/black text it all looks more... lagrange-y. Far
more soothing on the eyes.

Then I see the flounder site proper has that going on. I'm fairly
certain I don't have any new settings or extensions up.

Re: Flounder updates! 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

I could offer advice up, but I'm not technical. Will make another
thread for discussion

As always, appreciate the service you're providing.

Note: For some reason gmail is only giving the person who last
responded as an email to reply to rather than the mailing list email.

On Mon, Dec 27, 2021 at 2:02 AM Alex Wennerberg <alex@alexwennerberg.com> wrote:
>
> > Pretty sure i responded to this but since i don't see it on the mailing list:
> >
> > > Also I do want to apologize, I have stopped showing your updates on the homepage because there were so many that it obscured everyone else’s. This is a temporary measure until i truncate many file updates with “… and X other files”.
> >

Re: Flounder updates! 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

Pretty sure i responded to this but since i don't see it on the mailing list:

> Also I do want to apologize, I have stopped showing your updates on the homepage because there were so many that it obscured everyone else’s. This is a temporary measure until i truncate many file updates with “… and X other files”.

No worries at all. given I tend to bulk update? It can be..... spammy
and thus crowd other users out.

Re: Flounder updates! 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

Two things I would like clarification on from your todo.

folder directory broken over gemini
list user files over gemini

Also, while you have a thing in the tips and tricks that lists finger
as an option, a link to what constitutes a valid finger file would be
nice. Like 'can i put anything there' or does it only recognize
certain field names?'

Either way, I appreciate the fact you're updating things man.

Re: Is Gempub support possible? 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

Your focus on bugfixes over adding features is commendable and
understandable. I have a few friends that seem interested in at least
looking at flounder for toeing into Gemini. So. I'm glad you're
willing to host things.

Re: Ideas for updates 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

Actually, yes. a way for each user to implement RSS, or have Flounder
as top end allow 'follow user via RSS' as an option.

Speaking as one of your users who kinda feels like he's spamming your
front page with updates I'd be happy for an option to cut down on the
clutter I'm making that could crowd out other users.

If nothing else condense the updates to [$USER update $x times $DATE:
Last Update: XX-XX-XXX] rather than list every update separately.

Re: sftp access to flounder 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

Due to ease of use, and the ability to bulk update I rather enjoy the
SFTP feature flounder allows.

It's a very solid value add for end users and allows interesting
options such as a 'thought hole' twitter-like that HexDSL uses on his
gemini site along with generally adding a bunch of material to a lot
of directories and doing a one button site wide update.

:ThumbsUp:

Is Gempub support possible? 2 years ago

From Andrew Singleton to ~aw/flounder

https://codeberg.org/oppenlab/gempub

I'm making this proposal on the idea that archiving parts of a gemini
site into gempub could ease burdens on limited per user resources.
Persons wanting to use the format as specified in the linked
documentation would very likely have to adjust their link locations to
account, but it should cut down on per-capsule file clutter, and allow
for more space for content.

As example: I have written several novels and story collections who's
text is on my capsule. This feature would allow me to condense several
dozen files into five or six.

Second example: Someone with an active gemlog can archive their posts