There's not much on it yet. It uses my special software #burrow to build the gopherhole. I'll write about the setup soon.
Thanks for your input!
There's also the gopher channel on libera, which I intend to bridge in the future.
And here I thought I was being clever with the name #burrow! Ha! Thanks for the mention in the disambiguity section of your README, @tomasino! I have done the same with a recent comment to my Burrow project: https://github.com/hyperrealgopher/burrow
I recommend people check out Tomasino's project. It's very in the spirit of gopher and is well crafted. https://github.com/jamestomasino/burrow
Now I'm focused on my (encrypted) tape backup manager software called #tarcat. I'm adding the encryption key list. Then I have to make it so keys can be assigned to tapes. Then it's pretty much ready for basic/beta usage.
I have a proof-of-concept/almost finished static gopherhole generator on GitHub! It's made in #haskell and should work with any #Gopher protocol daemon, especially #spacecookie (which I made a Docker setup for) and #pygopherd.
Warning: not fit for production use. Very messy. Proof-of-concept. First real version coming soon.
Mustache for templating: https://github.com/JustusAdam/mustache
Commonmark for parsing Markdown: https://github.com/jgm/commonmark-hs
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