Pete's iPad | 25 Nov 22:22 2014
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Re: [gopher] Gopher clients for iOS


Please excuse that last auto"corrected" reply!

As I was saying, I use iGopher by Exebeche written in 2011. It's good but I'd like to try other similar apps.

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Pete's iPad | 25 Nov 22:19 2014
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Re: [gopher] Gopher-Project Digest, Vol 56, Issue 3

I'm using iGopher by exe echo, written in 2011. It's very reliable but I'd love to have the option to try
another app as well.

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Robert Hanke | 24 Nov 21:39 2014
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[gopher] PyGopherd Account

Hello,
 
I used to have a PyGopherd Account at hal3000.cx and at docfile.org, but both seem to have gone for good now.
 
Do you know other PyGopherd Premises, where I can continue to host my stuff?
 
Thank you.
 
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Martin Kukac | 24 Nov 14:10 2014
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[gopher] Gopher clients for iOS

Hello!

Is there anyone here browsing gopher on an iOS device or (even better) 
author of any gopher client for iOS?
As I have just iPad1 (which is still able to sync with my PowerMac) and 
and my App Store is switched to Czech Republic (where I live), I can't 
find any such client and I do not know, whether this is because my iOS 
is too old or because of some region restrictions. So is there any 
client in the store? And what iOS does it want?

Thanks,

Martin
Cameron Kaiser | 18 Nov 06:28 2014

[gopher] Overbite Android and Lollipop/Android 5.0

I upgraded my Nexus 5 to Lollipop tonight and ...

...

...

...

... Overbite Android works fine. Actually, I would have been surprised if
it didn't. It uses very basic APIs and it has no iffy programming. The
Dalvik to ART transition doesn't speed it up much but it's already incredibly
fast on current hardware. It still keeps its Android 1.5 look into the
Lollipop age. In fact, it seems more stable on Lollipop than it was on KitKat
but I need to do more testing.

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Luke Ingerson | 29 Oct 09:32 2014
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[gopher] Video of interview with the developers of Gopher

Howdy all

Just seen this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oR76UI7aTvs

It¹s been on YouTube for a couple of years but it is new to me so thought
I¹d share it. 

Luke
Edward Vielmetti | 18 Oct 14:20 2014
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[gopher] new gopher-only free public access system

gopher://tilde.land 

                                                   

                                                                                       

       Welcome to tilde.land, the all-gopher tilde site!                               

                                                                                       

       If you're interested in getting an account on tilde.land, send an               

       e-mail to rev.null <at> gmail.com containing your desired username and               

       ssh public key with the subject "tilde.land".                                   

                                                                                       

       Here is a list of users:                                                        

                                                                                       

 (DIR) amd                                                                            

 (DIR) cmr                                                                             

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 (DIR) ketsuban                                                                        

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 (DIR) rev                                                                             

 (DIR) vilmibm                                                                         

                                                                                       

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Brian Koontz | 17 Oct 23:12 2014
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[gopher] Resolving .gopher domains on Android

It's possible to resolve .gopher domains on your Android phone...and, it
works with Overbite for Android (thanks, Cameron, for not mindlessly
filtering TLDs).  Install the SetDNS app and select one of the OpenNIC
server pairs.  Test with either Overbite or your browser.  You can even
register a .gopher domain at register.gopher right on your phone.  

I'd be interested in hearing about your experience.  Overbite is lightning
fast, rather impressive.

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Brian Koontz | 16 Oct 20:57 2014
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[gopher] .gopher domains available (free, of course)

No, you won't find them in the ICANN namespace because I simply didn't have
USD185,000 to pony up for that.

However, you can have your very own .gopher domain, which I think is sorta
cool even though I'm probably the only one in the world who accesses my
gophersite with gopher://pongonova.gopher.  No, this isn't a money-making
scheme, just a little side hobby of mine I've been working on since about
2000 with an altroot called OpenNIC.  It's offered up to the gopher
community in the same spirit that folks keep updating and distributing
their gopher clients and servers.

You'll need to point to an OpenNIC nameserver to resolve the .gopher
domain.  A handy list of servers close to you (hopefully) can be found at
http://wiki.opennicproject.org (you'll still be able to resolve ICANN TLDs
as well).  If you want the goodness of dnscrypt and/or IPv6 resolvers, we
have that too (http://wiki.opennicproject.org/Tier2).

Register a domain at http://register.gopher and have fun.

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Edward Vielmetti | 14 Oct 14:06 2014
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[gopher] Looking for recommendations for a gopher server for a public access internet system

So, http://tilde.club .

I'd like to run gopher there, suggestions for a gopher daemon that knows how to serve pages out of people's ~/public_gopher directories?

Bonus points if it's packaged for Ubuntu.

thanks

Ed


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Mateusz Viste | 5 Oct 14:04 2014
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[gopher] Motsognir gopher server v1.0.5

Hello all,

Today I released a new version of the Motsognir gopher server.

// quick reminder: what is Motsognir //
Motsognir is a robust and easy to install open-source gopher server for 
Unix-like systems. It is is a standalone daemon that supports 
server-side CGI applications and PHP scripts. Motsognir is entirely 
written in ANSI C without external dependencies which makes it extremely 
portable (Linux, BSD, Raspberry Pi...). Supports both IPv4 and IPv6.

The new version, v1.0.5 is available from the Motsognir's home page:

   http://motsognir.sourceforge.net
   gopher://gopher.viste.fr/1/projects/motsognir/

What's new in v1.0.5 [05 Oct 2014]:
  - Sanitizing the environment before calling a CGI/PHP children 
(contributed by Matt Lewandowsky),
  - Fixed the $HOME, $USER and $USERNAME environment variable when 
dropping root privileges (contributed by Matt Lewandowsky),
  - Added support for setting a custom http error file (HttpErrFile),
  - When logging IP addresses, IPv4 addresses are logged as 'normal' 
(short) addresses instead of IPV6MAPPED addresses,
  - The 'GopherHostname' setting is not mandatory anymore. If missing, 
local server's IP will be used automatically,
  - Support for custom IP binding (allows to use multiple gopher 
instances on a single server).

cheers,
Mateusz

Gmane