There's something incredibly... wonderful about writing a person an email after you've read their gemlog which you randomly stumbled over. And if they answer and you actually end up having a real conversation. This. This is peak internet.

@metalune

> There's something incredibly... wonderful about writing a person an
> email after you've read their gemlog which you randomly stumbled
> over. And if they answer and you actually end up having a real
> conversation. This. This is peak internet.

I think that's what, on some extents, people that complains about
missing features of gemini fails to appreciate. They talk about
technical features whilst the things some gemini people talks are about
a different approach to technology.

Bye!
C.

@cage exactly, you don't need a built-in chat for a site, use IRC, use XMPP, use SMTP/IMAP, use whatever the fuck you want, but keep the site to only dispaly the information.

@metalune

> @cage [1] exactly, you don't need a built-in chat for a site, use
> IRC, use XMPP, use SMTP/IMAP, use whatever the fuck you want, but
> keep the site to only dispaly the information.

I am happy that you agree! :)

I am still thinking the best way to explain people why we care about
this approach, tough. I would like to talk about gemini and i expect
this kind of critics (missing features) will arise from every
audience. I think what happened to you could be a good example to
explain what i am talking about, may i quote your message and name in
the presentation slides i am (slowly :-)) preparing?

Bye!
C.
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@cage feel free to quote me however you like :)

@metalune
>
> @cage [1] feel free to quote me however you like :)

Thank you very much! :-)
Bye!
C.
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