Gopher service


Yay! We have a running gopher! And a gopher hole!

The Gopher protocol was an early internet system designed for distributing, searching, and retrieving documents. It organized information in a hierarchical, menu-driven structure, making it user-friendly for navigating text files and directories. Before the World Wide Web became dominant, Gopher offered a simpler, text-based alternative for accessing online information, primarily used by universities and research institutions. However, with the advent of the WWW and its more flexible, multimedia-capable Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), Gopher gradually fell out of favor.
It's still missing content, and I should figure out a way to create "dynamic gopher holes", but having the server running is a start.

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