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# run this to follow @eli_oat in the app
[9 days ago]
I want very much to embed a thing into a thing I'm wroking on in C...but I am very bad at C
[2 weeks ago]
after not really getting Janet I now can't help but to use it for nearly everything -- I blame @pbatch
[3 weeks ago]
today seems like a solid day for the only latin quote I've ever memorized >> Difficile est saturam non scribere
[4 weeks ago]
fraidyc.at now supports twtxt -- between fraidyc.at and the new 1feed.app I may be able to shut down my self hosted rss reader
[4 weeks ago]
made a heap of updates to my #wiki recently. A heap more coming over the next few days https://eli.li/wiki/toc/ -- also now using my bespoke lisp wiki thing, that is mostly just a wrapper around pandoc
[1.2 months ago]
dear devs., just because you have a testing team doesn't mean you should totally not test your own work...
[1.2 months ago]
A Foul Gas In The Clouds Of Venus Could Mean Alien Life : NPR ⌘ https://www.npr.org/2020/09/14/912619891/a-possible-sign-of-life-right-next-door-to-earth-on-venus
[1.2 months ago]
my kingdom for a pair of headphones that I can use to take calls and listen to music/podcasts on...
[1.4 months ago]
GitHub - rxi/fe: A tiny, embeddable language implemented in ANSI C ⌘ https://github.com/rxi/fe
[1.4 months ago]
301 Moved Permanently ⌘ https://github.com/rxi/fe.git
[1.4 months ago]
[1.4 months ago]
back to work...what do I do again?
[1.5 months ago]
@hjertnes welcome to the oldman emacs club of light theme users
[1.5 months ago]
@hjertnes (re-dishwasher) YOUR HANDS
[1.6 months ago]
I wanna see a movie about Dave Bautista's character from Blade Runner 2049
[1.6 months ago]
I've been writing a whole heap of #commonlisp lately, and, whilst I love it I can't help but to feel really drawn to #scheme, especially something like chicken scheme. I like that there seems to be less scheme, all in all, to need to hold in ones head,...
[1.6 months ago]
a downside of running a major chunk of my work-life through emacs is that sometimes your config decides to bork-itself and poof goes a bunch of stuff.
[1.6 months ago]
spent another day digging dirt instead of writing code. It is becoming a v enjoyable habit
[1.6 months ago]
@lucidiot you gotta at the CNAME to make sure it resolves
[1.6 months ago]
September, the month most derided in April
[1.7 months ago]
I think my ideal syntax highlighting theme would *only* highlight TODO: and FIXME: comments, and keep everything else the same color.
[1.7 months ago]
settled for just writing a whole heap of lisp to manage timestamps instead'
[1.7 months ago]
I unabashedly like jupiter ascending.
[1.7 months ago]
I have one week to sort out a year of home schooling for a 4yo -- here we go!
[1.7 months ago]
I could *almost* make one myself right now but I'm out of tempeh...cabage, cabage though, never without cabage
[1.7 months ago]
I would do unspeakable things for a vegan ruben right now.
[1.8 months ago]
GitHub - makeworld-the-better-one/md2gemini: File converter from Markdown to Gemini ⌘ https://github.com/makeworld-the-better-one/md2gemini
[1.8 months ago]
TTRPG and LISP dev all in one night -- what a weekendtxtnish timeline!
[1.8 months ago]
[1.8 months ago]
@melyanna I'd love to see that gemlog script! I've been trying to sort out how to best produce 'em
[1.8 months ago]
Rainy day -- played a bunch of Hero Kids, a #ttrpg for kids, with my oldest (4.5). It was fun and they picked it up right off. I'm not in love with the game essentially being lil'DnD, though. It is *very* combat focused, without much room for non-GM pu...
[1.8 months ago]
GitHub - andmarti1424/sc-im: SC-IM - Spreadsheet Calculator Improvised -- An ncurses spreadsheet program for terminal ⌘ https://github.com/andmarti1424/sc-im
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GitHub - nothings/stb: stb single-file public domain libraries for C/C++ ⌘ https://github.com/nothings/stb
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[1.8 months ago]
lol, it seems that txtnish did not like that last tweet that included a lisp code snippet
[1.8 months ago]
-0400)) where I want to sort by :date -- it is trivial for me to convert the date data itself to a more sortable format, but I'm not sure of the best way to dip into the nested list and then preform the sort. //cc #lisp #functionalprogramming
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2020
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-0400)(:key kiwi :date Mon,
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I'm looking for guidance on the best way to sort nested lists in #commonlisp. I have a structure along the lines of ((:key banana :date Thu,
[1.8 months ago]
I wanna hack on txtnish, or some other twtxt client to ignore \@ mentions to folks I don't follow
[1.8 months ago]
Scrollbar Blindness | Sven Kadak ⌘ https://svenkadak.com/blog/scrollbar-blindness
[1.8 months ago]
@pbatch you are on fire
[1.9 months ago]
that second mdx post was in error...but also true
[1.9 months ago]
mdxjs ... never... mdxjs is no.
[1.9 months ago]
I've heard it said one of the hardest things in programming is naming things...whomever said that didn't have to write many bug tickets. Those subject lines are freaking impossible for me.
[1.9 months ago]
mdxjs ... never... mdxjs is no.
[1.9 months ago]
Cabbage and Caraway -- fav food or name of a boogie boutique?
[1.9 months ago]
What is an esoteric thing that you know a lot about for no reason other than being interested in it?
[1.9 months ago]
huge success
[1.9 months ago]
testing, 1 2 3
[1.9 months ago]
@prologic no worries -- I like testing it out. I'm so-so when it comes to bringing images into twtxt, I sort of like it as an all txt medium, personally, but I like seeing what you are doing with it a lot
[1.9 months ago]
@prologic (re avatar.png) I saw you mention it a few hours back so dropped it in
[1.9 months ago]
@prologic (re-front matter) nice! thanks -- also, fyi, I added an avatar following your spec. earlier
[1.9 months ago]
I just added some front matter to my twtxt file...wonder if that'll totally bugger things up?
[1.9 months ago]
I've spent the past few weeks building a bunch of dashboards for common DevOps tasks I have to preform at work -- I've been using literate programs in org-babel to do this, and it has been absolutely awesome. A mix of straight SQL, restclient.el, elisp...
[1.9 months ago]
How to completely self host Standard Notes - bowlerdesign.tech ⌘ https://www.bowlerdesign.tech/posts/how-to-completely-self-host-standard-notes/
[1.9 months ago]
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@pbatch it is looking awesome -- *so much* tangling
[1.9 months ago]
Star Trek: The Motion Picture | Typeset In The Future ⌘ https://typesetinthefuture.com/2020/08/17/startrek/
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Star Trek: The Motion Picture | Typeset In The Future ⌘ https://typesetinthefuture.com/2020/08/17/startrek/
[1.9 months ago]
@prologic (re learning lisp) I defo recommend at leaast dipping a toe in. I write JS all day for work, but learning some lisp/scheme totally made JS click for me. Similarly, learning some forth made memory al...
[1.9 months ago]
Interested in learning Common Lisp? The majority of tutorials I've run across throw you into emacs to get started...the hiccup there being that emacs is, whilst v powerful, a big thing that needs to be learned in and of itself. This makes Common Lisp a...
[1.9 months ago]
...and now I *really* wanna re-write a heap of stuff in common lisp
[2.0 months ago]
whoops, just re-wrote my wiki in common lisp and in so doing totally fell in love all over again with quicklisp
[2.0 months ago]
@melyanna looks great in netsurf, too
[2.0 months ago]
Our days are limited! We must demand that the powers-that-be remake Armageddon as a musical starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as the world-ending asteroid. Music by Bjork.
[2.0 months ago]
compost turned, and fall-cover in the ground
[2.0 months ago]
Decentering Whiteness in Design History, an annotated bibliography in progress — Piper Haywood ⌘ https://piperhaywood.com/decentering-whiteness-in-design-history-an-annotated-bibliography-in-progress/
[2.1 months ago]
a lot of wiki updates lately -- more to come this weekend I hope, too: https://eli.li/wiki/
[2.1 months ago]
A Tale Of Two Ecosystems: On Bandcamp, Spotify And The Wide-Open Future : NPR ⌘ https://www.npr.org/2020/08/19/903547253/a-tale-of-two-ecosystems-on-bandcamp-spotify-and-the-wide-open-future
[2.1 months ago]
Where exactly is the line between popular podcast and cult?
[2.1 months ago]
I love that whenever I try to order glasses online the website almost always chokes when it process my prescription and then, if it can even deal with the perception, it almost invariable adds $20 - $50 more to the price. Evidently these systems don't ...
[2.1 months ago]
@hjertnes I think you could calculate that using this list https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_revolutions_and_rebellions
[2.1 months ago]
correction...today I *hate* VBA a lot
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today I hate VBA
[2.1 months ago]
APL386 - APL385 Evolved ⌘ https://abrudz.github.io/APL386/
[2.1 months ago]
@amorris thanks so much! and i hope you enjoy fraidycat, it's UI is sort of otherworldy, but it has been super useful for me
[2.1 months ago]
@prologic thanks! I'll check it out -- I haven't had any time, but have also intended to send you a CSS-based pull request
[2.1 months ago]
Becoming increasingly aware of my need for some sort of support group for parents of young children trying to raise decent humans in the face of climate collapse.
[2.1 months ago]
@prologic (rss) in the end, I am far to in love w/fraidycat to really seriously use something else right now. They are working to add twtxt support, I think, too ~~~ https://fraidyc.at/
[2.1 months ago]
I have been learning C lately. So far I have learned that I really like Go.
[2.1 months ago]
@prologic glad to hear it isn't just me
[2.1 months ago]
me, three hours later HOW CAN YOU CALL THIS A STANDARD:
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me: I know, I'll make my own RSS reader -- seems easy enough
[2.2 months ago]
my website is reborn...well, partially...there is a lot more work to do, https://eli.li
[2.2 months ago]
The backend dev implemented swagger for our APIs today. I have been waiting for this for 6+ years. When I saw it go live I cried...like I actually cried I was so happy.
[2.2 months ago]
I have spent a large portion of today trying to replicate a bug in an emulator that I can otherwise replicate on device...so far, no luck
[2.2 months ago]
I acceidently typed <<Javert>> when I meant to type <<Jenkins>> and now I want a CI/CD tool that will hunt me down if I make even a minor infraction, only catching up to me years after I thought I'd resolved the bug.
[2.2 months ago]
@hjertnes hey hey hey now, my client has support for at mentions, too...I just don't follow jack :whoops:
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@hjertnes too much watching @jack
[2.2 months ago]
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s “Live at WOMAD 1985” is a Vital Recording from Qawwali’s International Ambassador | Bandcamp Daily ⌘ https://daily.bandcamp.com/hidden-gems/nusrat-fateh-ali-khan-live-at-womad-1985-review
[2.2 months ago]
The dark side of .io: How the U.K. is making web domain profits from a shady Cold War land deal &#8211; Gigaom ⌘ https://gigaom.com/2014/06/30/the-dark-side-of-io-how-the-u-k-is-making-web-domain-profits-from-a-shady-cold-war-land-deal/
[2.2 months ago]
Found another use for cloth masks today on my walk -- had a spare mask in my pocket and was able to fill it with seeds when I came across some fennel in seed.
[2.2 months ago]
by 'ne' I mean 'new'
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I am pretty excited about the ne features coming to fraidyc.at! https://fraidyc.at/blog/peaky-panels/
[2.3 months ago]
@hjertnes @prologic (re PHP) I will stan for PHP
[2.3 months ago]
What&#039;s new in PHP 8 - stitcher.io ⌘ https://stitcher.io/blog/new-in-php-8
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PHP: rfc:match_expression_v2 ⌘ https://wiki.php.net/rfc/match_expression_v2
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@hjertnes (shrimp/butter/mayo) I only eat 1 of those 3 lol
[2.3 months ago]
@hjertnes is a bug in fish a shrimp
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I just made and ate an entire pb&j sandwich instead of my usual just eating the leftover crusts from my kid's soggy leftovers. It was good. Much better than the soggy crusts. Who knew!?
[2.3 months ago]
my kingdom for a headphone jack...
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@amorris (re-plan9 wireframing) YES PLEASE
[2.3 months ago]
@hjertnes it deppends on what you mean by <<that>>? :shrug:
[2.3 months ago]
At the start of quarentine I felt that if *I just had 1 weekend to myself I could catch up on all this stuff...* now I feel that if *I just had 1 month to myself I could /maybe/ catch up on some of the more important stuff*
[2.4 months ago]
@prologic \n > Furthermore, Mozilla's contract with Google to include Google as the default search provider inside Firefox is set to expire later this year, and the contract has not been renewed. The Google d...
[2.4 months ago]
the last paragraph of the zdnet Mozilla link...wooooof
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Mozilla lays off 250 employees while it refocuses on commercial products | ZDNet ⌘ https://www.zdnet.com/article/mozilla-lays-off-250-employees-while-it-refocuses-on-commercial-products/
[2.4 months ago]
boy howdy -- mastodon makes it easy to migrate instances, that is wicked smooth
[2.4 months ago]
this is a test -- same message on 2 platforms
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close that parenthetical statement from earlier...)
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@hjertnes I WILL NEVER GIVE IN (but, tbh, I will probablly give that a try soon now that the wiki is growing a bit more
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I am getting close to being able to generate my wiki w/nothing but org tangling. Next big hurdle is to figure out how to create nested pages that mirror the org documents structure
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@pbat I wear one of these dudes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casio_F-91W most days, not as classy as a pocket watch, and requires a new battery every 3 - 5 years or so, but elsewise super super solid.
[2.4 months ago]
I've warn glasses pretty much every day since I was 11. Purchasing new glasses is one of the most stressful things I ever have to do.
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@prologic but the URL is twtxt.net not twt.social?
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@melyanna yo yo yo
[2.4 months ago]
gbforth | 👾 A Forth-based Game Boy development kit ⌘ https://gbforth.org/
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@hjertnes pretty sure that my beard and name give me away already
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How We Got the Favicon - The History of the Web ⌘ https://thehistoryoftheweb.com/how-we-got-the-favicon/
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@hjertnes you know me, I'm *faaaar* toooo cheap to pay Adobe any money :P
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does anyone have recommendations for free, no-fuss wireframing tool? I've used figma (bloated) and balsamiq (fine, but devours my computer) -- both are totally workable, but clunky for pulling something simple togther. I usually get frustrated and just...
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dbdiagram.io - Database Relationship Diagrams Design Tool ⌘ https://dbdiagram.io/home
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and, just like that... щ(゚Д゚щ)
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~(^-^)~
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@hjertnes Terminal.app for lyfe! ...when on macOS, that is. If not, then, tilix or st.
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org-babel is so freaking awesome. I migrated a heap of code to org this weekend. Literate code, FTW
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I think my go-to twtxt client misses a non-zero number of messages as they go by.
[2.6 months ago]
shout outs to @pbatch for a) the inspo. to get back into it and b) setting me off on the right direction when I couldn't get my config to work
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after some fiddling, I've gotten org-babel working for what I need...and I don't ever not wanna use it for anything now :P
[2.6 months ago]
have you ever stopped to think about how absolutely terrifying Tony the Tiger would be in real life?
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@hjertnes no horses were harmed, and I really do love SQL, I don't need convincing :P
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@hjertnes (re-SQL) I ride it like a horse into battle, flailing as I go. But, yeah, I also love it
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*continues to scream* SQL for a horse...
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*screams* SQL something something something OR DEATH
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(re-pasebin) it is as simple as can be, a shell script to upload plain text to m'server and then pipe the URL to pbcopy
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to share a snipet on twtxt last night I set up a personal little pastebin that I'm excited to use more
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@hjertnes (re-wiki) currently, yes -- the new lisp stuff I just wrote doesn't, though, so I don't think I'll actually ever end up using it :P it was a fun way to spend a few hours, though.
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@hjertnes @amorris (re-wiki) it is very bare bones, and I'm wondering if elisp is a better choice than common lisp, since then I get to an interface more quickly. Here is the cod...
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I was going to write a twtxt client in lisp this evening, but instead wrote a wiki engine
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@amorris the hallway is awesome
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poison ivy -- a great way to round this weekend out :P
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excited for next year when our garden will be planted and I have far less lawn to mow
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@hjertnes not stinky at all...
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@prologic that is a good point, luckily it'd be relatively easy to ensure that didn't happen by keying off the guid on the rss feed
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I *think* I've made a passable (note, not 'good') vegan beschamel sauce.
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@hjertnes if I actually do it, probably common lisp -- although making an elisp client would be fun
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alright...so...time to write a twtxt client in lisp?
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cooking w/fire -- now I don't have to ssh to a server to twtxt 🦩
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@prologic my blog is very mostly short form, so, I also don't do heaps of long form -- but I love myself RSS. On a similar note, do you know of a service like https://feeds.twtxt.net/ but backwards?
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do other folks blog? would love to see some rss feeds! my blog and feed live at https://eli.li and https://eli.li/feed.rss
[2.7 months ago]
noodling a move to fossil for all my local stuff
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@kt84 so so so true
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2020 in a nut shell: I'm struggling to stay focused and get any work done today because I'm *so* flipping nervous about...our family going to the beach for 1 hour this evening before bed to visit with another family. This will be the first time we've r...
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@prologic when I've seen bangs used it is usually to make reference, or to create a wiki link -- for instance, the https://webring.xxiivv.com/ used to have a twtxt fed wiki that supported this, I think
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@pbatch the 1 hiccup I've had w/janet is that I am struggling to wrap my head around the lisp syntax without actual lists
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I also gotta settle on a client to normalize my timestamps
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added myself to *we-are-twtxt* ... I could not find instruction on how to do so, though, so here is hoping I did not step on any toes
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@hjertnes excited to try out these new features
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Nintendo gigaleak reveals early Mario, Zelda, Pokémon and secrets - Polygon ⌘ https://www.polygon.com/2020/7/26/21339018/nintendo-gigaleak-super-mario-64-zelda-pokemon-what-is-it-snes
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TinyPilot: Build a KVM Over IP for Under $100 · mtlynch.io ⌘ https://mtlynch.io/tinypilot/
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@pbatch loving the wiki -- you have also got me noodling with janet-lang again!
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is it bad that I wanna use sqlite for twtxtc
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@hjertnes thanks so much
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...and now with a shmancy client
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I guess if I am gonna twtxt I should use an actual client and not just echo stuff to a text file through my shell
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gonna give this a try -- TWTXT, FTW
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and another test...
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banana
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this is another test
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@ckipp that is a good point -- I've noodled in debian world for so long I though it'd be fun to try something new, but that is probs a good reason to stick with it. Thanks!
[1.2 years ago]
anyone have a recommended linux distro for #rpi? Looking for something with a GUI, the ability to run emacs, and touch the internet
[1.2 years ago]
Sorry for spamming /hallway, should be better now!
[1.2 years ago]
this is a test