@nihilazo Awesome, I was thinking of doing the same to my Tolino reader. But I haven't even figured out how to flash or add software to it. Have you got any code to go with that screenshot?
@stapper I'm not sure about the tolino, you'd have to look specifically for that device. On the kobo, you can install nickelmenu and then the gemini client is just a go program launched from that, that uses the fbink library to access the kobo's framebuffer. Some quick searching makes the tolino appear to be running android, it's worth looking on mobileread: https://www.mobileread.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=279
@nihilazo Wait tolino seems to be from owned by Kobo... checking the license does indicate an android running.
@stapper ah, ok. Even if it is made by kobo, if it's running android the software side of things will be completely different, sorry
@nihilazo this makes me very happy for a low-bandwidth, e-paper future for gemini. in retrospect it’s a perfect fit
I was looking for this, (even made a feature request for KOReader)
Nice to see someone is already working on this!
@nihilazo gosh, between the near-absence of input, and the fact it's basically 100% text, an e-reader is actually kind of perfect for casually using gemini, huh?