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Fri, 16 Jan 2015

Slerm - it's Alive

With the switch to Gophernicus as the SDF gopher server, gopher moles became possible again. I talked about this before [0], but recently found the time to update my old dynamic phlogging software, slerm, so that it worked with Gophernicus. I am testing it and will release another tarball hopefully very soon. Here is the list of features from the original README [1]:

I haven't added any features, just fixed it up to work with Gophernicus as a real CGI script. It is a bit like a gopher version of Blosxom. I know from a recent thread on bboard that some do not care for gopher moles, but I have always loved the simplicity of CGI and think it is a good fit for gopher. I think having the ability for readers to leave simple text comments on a phlog is a nice way to foster the gopher community.

posted at: 07:12 | path: / | permalink | cgi, gopher, gophernicus, moles, phlogging, slerm