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Subject: [gopher] Re: Hi, new user reporting !
From: Pawel <pawelsz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 13:58:35 +0000 (UTC)
Reply-to: gopher@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Witam serdecznie rodaka.

PS. W jaki sposob skonfigurowales Opere (proxy) by korzystala z FLOODGAPa ?

> Hello.
> I'm quite new to gopherspace and don't have a running gopher server
> (though had one pygopherd for a while as a proof-of-concept). I like the
> clean look nad navigation system it provides as I'm not a big fan of
> modern webpages which often look like a product of sick imagination and
> they hog the system with complex propertiary software
> As I'm fond of "ancient" technology I used to spend days on IRC and make
> Texinfo documentation (just for kicks) which is quite similiar in
> presentation (tree-alike navigation, fixed text. It is the content that
> matters, just like in the Open Directory Project (blame stegozor for
> having me here).
> Well anyway, I've submitted the Polish i18n for OverbiteFF (apart from
> .properties files I've modified the chrome manifest file and
> install.rdf;  imagine I had no prior experience with XPIs) which looks
> promising. Unfortunately I can't browse gopher:// directly from my PC,
> while running Windows XP, because it ends on instant boot. So I use
> Floodgap Gopher Proxy from Opera and the OverbiteFF extension runs on
> Firefox which is installed under the Virtual PC machine ;-P
> I tried to post here through Gmane, but the message got stuck somewhere,
> so I post directly to the list. That's all for now. Cheers !
> -- 
> Bart³omiej Stobiecki AKA bjfs / K-Bay
> Homepage:
> The Open Directory Project Editor
> Discuss:

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