gopher is really fun. at least i have a fun time messing with it.
January 5, 2020 8:28 AM, "Alan Schussman" <alan(a)schussman.com> wrote:
> Nice work! I too remember using gopher, but didn't ever make anything with it.
> PS - I'm jealous that you live in Squamish! I spent my best summer there,
teaching camp kids to
> On 5 Jan 2020, at 0:00, Alexis Birkill wrote:
>> This is my first time participating in the weekly workshops (thanks to >
Bradley for the excellent
>> idea), and my first time posting to the > mailing list -- hi! I'm really
pleased to be a part of
>> this > community, and although I don't often get much done, I always enjoy
> reading the mailing
>> list posts and browsing everyone's pages.
>> This is also my first time creating any Gopher pages -- I remember > using
Gopher back when I first
>> had access to the Internet in the early > 90s, but although I started playing
>> websites pretty > much straight away, I never created a Gopher site.
>> As my most memorable experience with text interfaces was playing > adventure
games, I decided I'd
>> create a (poor) homage in the form of a > very simple maze game that takes the
form of a rather
>> excessive number > of gophermap files and subdirectories! You can try it out
directly > via gopher
>> or via the excellent web proxy here:
>> Enjoy, and don't get lost!