~irimi1/gemini-pda-docs

1cb4a6eae7560157e944d7f9e1d4d91c6df2cf50 — Manuel Groß 2 years ago eab2f9e
Include more info about Gemian
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### dguidipc

There seems to be one Github profile which is used by Planet Computers to sporadically dump their current source code snapshots for the Android kernel, bootloader and Flash-Tool: [dguidipc](https://github.com/dguidipc)

### Gemian

There is a small Github organisation called [Gemian](https://github.com/gemian) for “Debian on the Gemini PDA”. It is used to collect a bunch of repositories with mostly software used in the Debian images I presume including changes specific to the Gemini PDA. It’s also where a small [wiki](https://github.com/gemian/gemini-keyboard-apps/wiki) is hosted that describes part of the build process.

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## The Gemian (Gemini-Keyboard-Apps) wiki

This is a [github hosted wiki](https://github.com/gemian/gemini-keyboard-apps/wiki) attached to a Github project supposedly focused on “supporting maximum keyboard navigation options for use on the Gemini”.  
Looking at the right places in the wiki, some insight on system specifics can be found. The person writing it has notable insight on the Debian image for the Gemini and how it is built.
Looking at the right places in the wiki, some insight on system specifics can be found. The persons writing it have notable insight on the Debian image for the Gemini and how it is built.

## Reddit