Join co-founder Cassidy James Blaede tomorrow for a live Q&A and a demo of some features coming to the new elementary OS. https://youtu.be/m9_aqgCxIn0
I updated 29 gemini texts of my blog to add alternative text in pre-formatted block.
This looks like this
```shell commands adding an user
adduser -m someuser
It works like Content Warning on Mastodon, some users using braille display or Text-To-Speech clients may not want to waste time on a log file or an ASCII art.
It is important to think about them. Gemini is a great opportunity for a better accessibility and we shouldn't waste it.
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You can comment on your gemini code by making use of preformatting lines, and the fact that clients must ignore everything after them:
``` This is a comment
This seems to be working as well:
``` First comment
``` Second comment
Make sure you close each tag though.
Now I can comment in TODOs to never touch them again!
Looking into gemini these days... As a developer, I cannot stop myself from thinking that commenting on blog posts and such could be done by using a mailto link, then having the server grab that email and append it to the post as gemini code (after stripping all special chars of course). I feel it would be something "dirty" though, out of the spirit of what gemini wants to be. What do you guys think?
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