Author: Jake Bauer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2021 02:10:01 -0400
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+# Paritybit.ca Wiki
+This is a Gemini-based wiki I created to store various notes about things from
+recipes to my homelab setup.
+## Why Gemini?
+[Gemini](https://gemini.circumlunar.space) is an efficient, minimal protocol for
+serving information over the Internet. It fills my needs for a wiki perfectly,
+as it's designed to present information in a very efficient way and does not
+require a ton of fiddling with stylesheets, server setup, or TLS certificate
+management (self-signed certs are encouraged in the Gemini community). I can
+just open up my text editor and input information onto a page.
+Gemini also allows me to very efficiently access my wiki over a slow connection
+using minimal (command-line based, if necessary) applications. The use of TLS is
+not a concern since any PC from the last 20 years is fast enough to be able to
+use TLS and I don't plan to use this wiki with anything older.