holy shit nix is actually so nice for building old ass projects that never pinned versions

@fribbledom where are the statistics coming from? Not trying to challenge it just curious to see the data myself

michael boosted

andrew lee just seized over 700 channels on freenode because they mentioned libera.chat in their topic.

This includes projects like openbsd, wikimedia, FOSDEM, etc.

archive.is/uHw1g shows 720 channels that match what is being checked.

here's an example log: gist.github.com/pushcx/ab2a1d5

boost this if you care about foss in any way.

wish there was a calendar app that could scale the opacity of recurring events based on their frequency of occurrence, for ex:

- 100% opacity for things that only happen once
- 80% opacity for things that happen 3 times a year
- 50% opacity for things that happen biweekly
- 25% opacity for things that happen every tuesday

maybe put an actual formula behind determining the actual values but something like that would make my calendar a LOT cleaner and focused

@caskd what's wrong with it other than it being a subprotocol of irc being kinda disgusting?

@caskd well known problem that if u accidentally hit f5 and u don't have an SSD ur gonna be waiting till the end of time

@caskd talking about whatever ur "create snapshot" thing is

@caskd isn't it that easy cus ur using someone else's abstraction

@Koehr haven't they had this featured forever except it was in the omnibar? where if u typed something and u had an open tab for it it would show up as a suggestion and choosing it would switch u to that tab. i use this extensively in firefox and im pretty sure i saw it in chrome sometime

@caskd yeah I definitely did, maybe I need to re-develop the muscle memory but there's definitely noticeable input lag

@caskd idk I've tried super hard but I couldn't manage to get mouse input and audio delay to be as low as the levels I can get on windows and the editor experience is rather abysmal in a tiling window manager without more configuration

@deavmi man what did u put on my tl this morning ahahaha what a read

@zethra @sir email doesn't come close to solving the problems that a federated forge protocol would, only bug-reporting and patch request creation.

taking sourcehut as a figurehead example of an email-centric workflow:

- if i wanted to give someone else push access, they would still need to have an account on sourcehut.
- if i wanted to change the status of an existing ticket, i would have to use the website

we've built structure on top of the plain email workflow, so it's time we embraced it

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