• Gophernicus via Web?

    From acn@1337:1/108.1 to All on Fri Jun 4 11:15:00 2021
    Hi,

    I would like to set up a gopherhole as an alternative to my private web
    page.

    As far as I remember, one of the features of pygopherd was its ability to also serve as a web server with a built-in gopher "proxy".

    But if I see it correctly, gophernicus does not feature this.

    Is there a gopher "proxy" available which would offer a service comparable
    to pygopherd's web server but without some kind of security hole where everyone could use my server as a proxy to everywhere else?

    Thank you!

    Regards,
    Anna

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  • From 0zZ-U@1337:3/106 to acn on Fri Jun 4 11:04:01 2021
    Is there a gopher "proxy" available which would offer a service
    comparable to pygopherd's web server but without some kind of security hole where everyone could use my server as a proxy to everywhere else?

    Anna,
    There's a public proxy available that you can use to direct web users
    to your gopher hole at
    https://gopher.floodgap.com/gopher/gw
    I'm not aware of any local services you could run to host a proxy yourself
    ..it might be out there somewhere :)


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  • From MeaTLoTioN@1337:1/101 to 0zZ-U on Fri Jun 4 16:09:35 2021
    On 04 Jun 2021, 0zZ-U said the following...

    Is there a gopher "proxy" available which would offer a service comparable to pygopherd's web server but without some kind of securit hole where everyone could use my server as a proxy to everywhere else

    Anna,
    There's a public proxy available that you can use to direct web users
    to your gopher hole at
    https://gopher.floodgap.com/gopher/gw
    I'm not aware of any local services you could run to host a proxy yourself..it might be out there somewhere :)

    I also mentioned phroxy.net earlier too https://phroxy.net/gopher://gopher.erb.pw

    As an example =)

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  • From acn@1337:1/108.1 to MeaTLoTioN on Fri Jun 4 19:30:00 2021
    Am 04.06.21 schrieb MeaTLoTioN@1337:1/101 in TQW_PYTHON:

    Hallo Meatlotion,

    Is there a gopher "proxy" available which would offer a service
    comparable to pygopherd's web server but without some kind of securit ac>>> hole where everyone could use my server as a proxy to everywhere else 0z>> There's a public proxy available that you can use to direct web users
    to your gopher hole at
    https://gopher.floodgap.com/gopher/gw
    I'm not aware of any local services you could run to host a proxy
    yourself..it might be out there somewhere :)

    I also mentioned phroxy.net earlier too https://phroxy.net/gopher://gopher.erb.pw
    As an example =)

    Okay, thanks to both of you.

    But that's exactly what I didn't want ;-)

    I'm searching for an alternative to pygopherd's web server part so that I could serve the gopher content via a web frontend.

    Hmm, so I might want to use pygopherd although it seems to be inactive
    since Jan 2020...
    But I found an active fork which seems to is a Python3 version: https://github.com/michael-lazar/pygopherd

    I have to dig into this now :)

    Regards,
    Anna

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  • From apam@1337:2/102 to acn on Sat Jun 5 07:54:15 2021
    Okay, thanks to both of you.

    But that's exactly what I didn't want ;-)

    I did find one a while ago, but I don't remember what it was called or
    where I found it. I just remember it was written in haskell.

    It worked ok, but it did crash on me a couple of times I think.

    Andrew

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