The argument which is then made (and acknowledged by the FAQ) is: why not just use a subset of HTTP? It seems the answer boils down to enforcement. I don't see why this is a problem though, because people need to force themselves to use Gemini clients.
This is one of my biggest frustrations with Gemini. There's no reason all of the development that is going into it couldn't happen in the Web space. You could build your own tiny browser that work with a subset of the web. Other people could build really basic, text-only sites for your browser's users to visit, and they would still be available for anyone else using other browsers. Building Gemini servers/sites is just a lot of work to build another niche silo.
Xbox Live Gold is no longer going up in price. Additionally, Xbox Live Gold will no longer be required to play free-to-play games online, such as Fortnite.
This is good news. I was definitely planning on not reupping at that price when my current sub expired.
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Everybody is slowly coming to understand that numbers in the health industry are incredibly slow. Articles on vaccine rollout have to mention that hospitals aren't equipped to handle reporting on a 72 hour turnaround. That's because EMRs (electronic medical records) are absolute garbage. They're huge, locked-down, enterprise applications, each controlled by a single vendor and licensed to hospitals for huge fees. They don't have interoperability in mind, they want to lock you in to their silo. If you want to send a report to someone else, you hope they use the same EMR as you or you have to run a convoluted pipeline to get that data to them, usually as a CSV or Excel spreadsheet that they have to run through a convoluted pipeline to get into their system. Maybe after this is all over, that will get some attention. Giant corporations shouldn't be able to control health records and drive up costs for patients and hospital
This is pretty inline with my own thinking on #Gemini. It's only going to be populated by technical or more advantaged people. I don't begrudge anyone their hobbies or passions, but I wonder what could be accomplished if everyone building gemini software tried to improve the web instead.
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Thanks to Victoria Drake, I discovered the
color-scheme #CSS declaration and added it to my site. It's still a draft, but it's a way to tell browsers what themes your site has available. If the user has set a preference that would trigger the
@prefers-color-scheme media query, browsers that implement it should adjust their chrome to match that theme.
I already have Firefox set to dark mode and have extensions customizing other theming, so I don't know if it affected anything on my site. But it's one line and its good to future proof and give more priority to user choice.
What's up with all those volcanoes on Io, anyway?