I can be blamed for trying to use the "website" field in my profile for something not in the web, but currently, if I read "website" as "some personal place in the Internet" and try to set it to my gopherhole URL,
gopher://sdf-eu.org/1/users/njsg, it is silently accepted but it is stored as
http://gopher://sdf-eu.org/1/users/njsg, and that is the target of the link in the profile, even if it just reads
That's also what it shows when I ask to edit the profile again, so it's not something at visualization level, but something related to parsing when changing the profile that only happens once.
So my question here is whether it is possible to remove this rewriting, so that I — and possibly others (one can dream there are some gopher users out there in SE, right?) — can list my gopherhole as the "personal space out there in the Internet", or whether this can at least be trapped so that people don't end up thinking their non-web URL has been accepted when it was, in fact, interpreted as a HTTP URL.