When I came across #gemini protocol, it seemed a cool thing, but now I kinda have a mixed feeling about gemini. It's too much simple, and I can't imagine web without images and/or creatively designed CSSes.
I also agree to most of @kev's arguments in his article https://kevq.uk/gemini-isnt-the-solution-to-the-broken-web/
I'd love to hear, what you folks think about gemini protocol, is it the future of #web or just gonna fade with time?
@kev is right, the web is f*ucked , almost beyond repair, and probably Gemini isn't fixing it anyway. If we're talking about a whole new protocol, Gemini is, at its best, viable for consuming textual content. There is *limited* scope of interactivity. But its userbase is very passionate about it and there are a lot of interesting communities built upon Gemini and doesn't look like its going to fade away soon.
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