Since breadpunk.club has grown a lot since its founding last year, I've created a new /donate page. Breadpunk is, and will always be, 100% free to use, but we're a cooperative bunch here. 100% of donations will fund the operations and hosting costs of breadpunk.club. Thanks!
breadpunk.club just welcomed its FORTIETH baker tonight! We've had a bit of an uptick in new registrations, and there's a bunch of great content they've put together. I'm just happy that this dumb website, started out of a joke on IRC, is such a fun place for so many people.
Anyway, happy baking everyone! See you around!
We successfully did the first upgrade of breadpunk.club, to Ubuntu 20.04.1, with a little bit of downtime.
Please report any broken stuff to either me (~lucitoast) or ~breadw!
Thanks to a new gemini server, we have set up user capsules for everyone on breadpunk.club. So if you point your favorite gemini client at gemini://breadpunk.club/~breadw, for instance, you'll see individual user pages. You can also see a listing at gemini://breadpunk.club.
What is Gemini?
You should have a user directory under
Feel free to drop your
*.gmi files directly under there, or
symlink your directory to your
The server does have CGI capabbilities,
but the admins haven't set any of that up yet.
If you'd like to take a crack at some dynamic Gemini content,
please contact one of them (
man 7 admins).
We've been baking up a storm here at breadpunk.club,
and one of the things we've been working on is a game of
It's a game where the rules can change any time,
and in fact that's the point!
~lucitoast's page on nomic
for more information.
When you're ready to join (if you're a baker already, that is),
make a pull request on the
adding your name in the
We also discuss the game on our NNTP server (oh, right, did you know we have an NNTP server? It's pretty cool) at bread.nomic.
According to the first round of rules, a game can't start til there are 5 players, so come join us!