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Usable. Should you run into a
HTTP 500 Internal Server Error, please
file a bug report with the URL of the post you were trying to read and
the git commit hash of the build. Git commit hash can be obtained from
This proxy works by interacting with Medium's undocumented(probably private but unauthenticated) API. So I've had to make assumptions and tweak API schematics as I run into errors.
- proxy images
- proxy GitHub gists
- render posts
- syntax highlighting for gists
- user pages(WIP)
- RSS feeds
Knowledge is the true wealth of humanity. If it weren't for our ancestors, who chose to pass down their knowledge and experiences, we would still be a primitive species. Whatever advancement that we as a species have achieved is because we chose to share information.
To put a paywall on knowledge like that is both obscene and goes against the very nature of humanity.
It is possible to run a sustainable publication business while still respecting freedom. LWN.net is one of my favourite publications that has been around forever. So it is possible. I hope medium.com comes up with other, non-harmful ways to run a sustainable business.
./config/default.tomland make necessary changes
AMD64 pre-compiled images are available on DockerHub.
docker run -d \ -v ./config/default.toml:/etc/libmedium/config.toml \ -p 8082:7000 \ --restart always \ --name libmedium \ realaravinth/libmedium
If you are on a different architecture, run make docker and then run the above command.
Inspired by Scribe - An Alternative Medium Frontend