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[#] Sun Jan 11 2015 18:22:50 EST from nristen @ Uncensored

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Interesting history... thank you

[#] Sun Mar 08 2015 18:23:57 EDT from mo @ Uncensored

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A quick question: can you read the calandar text from the ,erm, text client (also contacts list) - if so, how :) ?

[#] Mon Mar 09 2015 11:22:20 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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[#] Mon Mar 09 2015 15:01:13 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Not at this time. The text client is pretty much just for BBS use. We didn't put any of the groupware/PIM stuff in it.

[#] Sat Apr 18 2015 09:34:07 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored

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I like the text client!
I have a citadel installation on my laptop and use the text client sometimes, since webcit isn't installed.

I can highly recommend this setup, since Thunderbird really slows down on large cached mail folders.
I have Thunderbird imap in to the local, actually in to an lxc container that runs only citadel.

Besides the local client, I am also curious have you ever considered providing access to public rooms via the gopher protocol.

This should work great for mobile connectivity since it will use much less bandwidth.

I know this would be against the webcit principle since webcit saves (unfortunately) everything as html.
Creating a gopher only room template and providing access with citadel would be the way to go I guess.

Any thoughts? The gopher protocol is very simple.

[#] Sun Apr 19 2015 20:24:44 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It sounds cool -- at the same time, though, it would consume valuable developer time that could be used for other things...

For low bandwidth and/or low processing power, you could also use any text-based IMAP client like Pine or Mutt.

[#] Sun Apr 19 2015 21:15:06 EDT from TaMeR @ Uncensored

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I don't know about using Pine or Matt on an Android or iPhone.
I guess you could, but I meant something more like a Gopher browser like Overbite



[#] Wed Apr 22 2015 00:53:16 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Goforit TaMeR.  If you will program it, I will use it :-)  Double if you write it in Python:

[#] Mon Apr 27 2015 15:24:24 EDT from mo @ Uncensored

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Sounds like a great idea!! 


[#] Mon Apr 27 2015 16:27:20 EDT from mo @ Uncensored

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Having seen gopher, via overbite, on android; i can only think it would be a great candidate for 'the' citadel mobile client, as far as the BBS goes (floors and rooms), without the groupware.


[#] Tue Apr 28 2015 01:12:21 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Agreed Mo.  Thanks for suggesting it to me.  Love using Gopher (even works well over 2G networks!)

[#] Tue Apr 28 2015 09:09:06 EDT from Sig @ Uncensored

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I originally started looking into Citadel (in 2005?) because I was looking for some way to communicate effectively over high latency low bandwidth links of the type I expected to be using when/if I deployed to Afghanistan. Text-based makes a heck of a lot more sense for that sort of thing.

[#] Sun May 03 2015 01:39:02 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Sig, I hear ya.  I suggested Citadel to my peeps doing low bandwidth comms with good old Eric Westguard (NY9D).  Hope you have the chance to meet him some day Sig.  He is an all around good guy.  Knows tech, and he knows politics.  But #1 he knows tech and how to motivate people.

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