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Re: %VStrS5HvT

Also I tried bitcoin donations, they're a bit sad because not many people own bitcoins.

They're also sad because fees are so high these days. For micropayments you easily end up paying a relatively high fee. It's not like a couple of years ago when it didn't cost much.

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Re: %OffDdQXTU

@dominic,

What can I do to come across more foriegn via email?

Fold in some local lingo. I don't know about NZ (and the charcteristic vowels hardly come across in an email), but if you were Strayan you could use words like arvo, footy, and prezzie.

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Re: %6AvfA0ykY

@dangerousbeans,

That Full of plants guy has a lot of amazing recipes. Thanks for the link!

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Re: %da+p/EulJ

@kajmagnus,

I cannot somehow "accidentally" start two servers?

Only one server can run at a given port at a time, so accidentally: no.

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Re: %da+p/EulJ

@kajmagnus,

So if I use different clients, they'll all use the same ID, namely something they find in ~/.ssb (right?).

Except if you set the ssb_appname environment variable. With ssb_appname=altssb, Patchwork et al. will use ~/.altssb instead.

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Re: %auKnAxRS0

@nanomonkey,

If you only want one for making dinners (that are 6 quarts or less), go with an electric.

Thanks for your advice. I'll go with the electric one, then.

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Re: %da+p/EulJ

In ~/.ssb/.

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Re: %Ppf/U5BF9

Sounds like Rumble.

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Re: %auKnAxRS0

@nanomonkey,

I usually gift an electric pressure cooker […]

I would like a pressure cooker, but I don't know whether to choose an electric or a stove top model. Any thoughts?

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Re: %Q7xLfLXco

The link posted on IRC has lost the host:port colon: http://wx.larpa.net8807/%25Q7xLfLXcowNs6yXFgKOc93x3PAZNVecNG6fN3EBKppE%3D.sha256

How about an XMPP notifier?

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Re: %qVGNmG+6o

@cel,

If a column hasn't got any chessmen, the column width is squeezed.

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Re: %/AWAnUdI5

@CustomDesigned, try /type/gathering.

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Re: %8xQ3Orwo5

@jer,

You are so right, and that's why I feel privileged (even though it should be a natural right) that I can travel, settle, and work freely within Scandinavia without carrying a passport and without applying for residence and work permits. It probably helps that we have very similar languages in :dk:, :no:, and :se:, and also that the total area and combined population are ridiculously small compared to many other countries in the world. But if ‘we’ can do it here, surely it can be done in other parts of the world, too. That would make for a totally different world, and not always for the good, but in the big picture I believe it's a solution to strive for.

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Re: %kzr4TIwwR

Following this thread. I want to know if there's a way to prevent a subset of local users from accessing localhost.

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:last_quarter_moon: The moon is in the last quarter

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Re: %+Skv939iq

| s/dip/dpi/

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Re: %+Skv939iq

Ah, sweet plugins. I didn't know about the dillo *.dip system.

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Re: %+Skv939iq

Do your dillo-* provide a separate dillo for each protocol or are they plugins?

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Re: %ZPUp7fYEB

Being Danish, I can read basic German. Writing is another kettle of fish.

Welcome aboard! :sailboat:

@Kas voted # Dillo Web Browser https://dillo.org/ > ### What is Dillo? > > - Dillo
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Re: %tpovNH4Wt

I like the cjdns idea of using a random port.

:+1:

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Re: %IVgHSdACZ

I upgraded to scuttlebot@10.4.2 and patchfoo is running smoothly. Thanks!

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Re: %IVgHSdACZ

@dominic,

I am using #patchfoo. I'm now back at scuttlebot@10.3.1, but I'll try scuttlebot@10.4.2, with ssb-friends@2.2.0, a little later and see if it works.

@Kas
Re: %m8UAo9sKD

@cel,

No, the yarn global upgrade turned it into 10.4.something that seemingly missed a friends plugin. Downgrading to 10.3.1 solved the problem.

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Re: %IVgHSdACZ

Solved: I uninstalled scuttlebot and installed scuttlebot@10.3.1.

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Re: %IVgHSdACZ

Anyone? I'm stuck with Patchwork… :unamused:

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Re: %1PiTmBoqD

/me wishes there were hot summer morning at his end of the world…

@Kas voted Did so. Refreshing on a hot summer's morning. Thank you, [@kas](@dBQlwh9Gtr
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Re: %IVgHSdACZ

I made a mistake and did a yarn global upgrade, and now `sbot fails with

module.js:487
    throw err;
    ^

Error: Cannot find module './plugins/friends'
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (module.js:485:15)
    at Function.Module._load (module.js:437:25)
    at Module.require (module.js:513:17)
    at require (internal/module.js:11:18)
    at /home/kas/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/scuttlebot/sbot.js:13:35
    at U4cM2R8x+cHnwYSRW5Qytus89XrA9etJFg2mUXZ8UNw= (/home/kas/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/scuttlebot/sbot.js:35342:10)
    at load (/home/kas/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/scuttlebot/sbot.js:11:26)
    at prelude (/home/kas/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/scuttlebot/sbot.js:23:10)
    at Object.<anonymous> (/home/kas/.config/yarn/global/node_modules/scuttlebot/sbot.js:24:3)
    at Module._compile (module.js:569:30)

so I cannot use patchfoo.

Is there anything I can do to make sbot run again so that I can install the friends plugin it wants?

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Re: %FaCWLtLPj

and seaguls ate the vomit

Seagulls… This word is haunting me. Over the past few weeks I've been seeing or hearing this word several times a day. Watch a random movie on Netflix? It's got seagulls in it! Catching up on scuttleposts? It's got seagulls in it! I wonder if the Universe is trying to tell me something… :thinking:

BLR_Seagulls.jpg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9t-slLl30E

Seagulls gonna come, poke me in the coconut! :notes:

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Re: %k8g8ncrla

All the guava trees have fruit on them, but they're not ripe yet.

/me :heart: guavas!

Unfortunately they're so difficult to come by in Denmark – it's been years since I last saw a guava in a grocery shop. :unamused: They're so delicious, I can't understand why they've never become a thing here. Are they extremely persishable (i.e., more than, say, bananas and avocado)? That's not how I remember them. If they can ship pears, bananas, and avocados from Latin America to Denmark, why not guavas from Africa? Denmark is doing itsef such a big disfavour here.

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Re: %FrM8Re3O5

I was so fascinated by this plant when I was a kid. It's amazing it can move so fast. And it has pretty flowers.

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I went to Sweden with a friend today. We took the ferryboat from Helsingør (en: Elsinore) :dk: to Helsingborg :se: – a ‘journey’ that takes about 15 minutes and costs less than €3.50. And because of the nordic passport union, no passport or national ID were needed when crossing the border. Made me realize how ridiculous it is that clowns in various parliaments have drawn arbitrary lines on the map and usually require extensive documentation for crossing said lines. I wonder what the world would look like if all people were allowed to settle in whichever place they wanted…

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Re: %2rNienNGQ

Have you tried making any of the various plant milks?

I have made hemp milk several times. I wouldn't want to drink it instead of milk, but it was splendid in smoothies.

I've just ordered a new coupling for my artisan blender. When it arrives my plan is to make almond milk. I pay appr. €3.85 for one litre of commercial almond milk, which is almost three times the price of one litre of bovine milk. I'm aware that the market price for almonds is way up these days, but still…

I use soy milk for smoothies. Perhaps I should give it a try and make it myself. The same goes for oat milk, that I drink (and enjoy) instead of bovine milk.

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Re: %FaCWLtLPj

Do you think the mushrooms in the first photo are Chanterelles?

Yes.

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Re: %jJHnpToql

They would automatically sync with each other.

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Re: %svoiXkPxK

Skarknado alert!!

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Re: %c0XRY9uIe

Yeah, I've known Adam since about 1987 and the good ol' Amiga days when we ran BBSes and UUCP on our Amigas.

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:full_moon: The moon is full

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Re: %c0XRY9uIe

You're right.

On my box there's a pretty long list of composable combinations in /usr/share/X11/locale/en_US.UTF-8/Compose: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Keyboard_configuration_in_Xorg#Configuring_compose_key

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Re: %1PiTmBoqD

Try the recipe as ‘overnight oats’, saving the walnuts for the morning so they don't get all soggy. Soaking in almond milk makes it yummy and creamy. :yum:

@Kas voted Making old fashioned rolled oats with a little turbinado sugar, walnuts go
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{
  "type": "git-repo",
  "name": "consolemd"
}
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:kiss:

Apparently it's Kissing Day today. :kiss:

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Re: %c0XRY9uIe

@CustomDesigned,

Somewhere there must be a config to alter/extend the table...

The default directory for keymaps is /usr/share/kbd/keymaps.

A complete table of composable keys: dumpkeys --compose-only (possibly invoked with sudo to give access to /dev/console).


See also

loadkeys(1), dumpkeys(1), keymaps(5)

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Re: %JkiJXa5MM

@cel,

I'm trying to render markdown to the terminal in general. Sort of a markdown2ansi, if you want.

It all started because I switched to mksh as my login shell, and it didn't have a builtin help command the way bash does. So I wrote one. Then I remembered that I'd once seen a similar approach for general help with system commands. It turned out there are two families: cheat and tldr. The have a different approach, but the end result is more or less the same, except [some] tldr [implementations] do highlighting. Sort of markdown rendering, except with a line-by-line rendering – i.e., a minimal subset of markdown. So I thought ‘Why not a full markdown rendering – possibly even Github flavoured?’ and started looking. I must have been through some 50 different implementations of mostly unacceptable quality, or too far from what I want. Then I asked here.

I'm not a nodejs guy. While I can accept an app written in nodejs if it is well-behaved and does a proper job, I don't really feel like learning the language and start hacking on an app written in nodejs.

The cli-md does a somewhat decent job. Not quite what I want, but better than most of the crap I've dealt with for the past two days.

Then, just a few minutes ago, I started looking through all entries on HN from the past year that contains the word ‘markdown’ and I found consolemd, written in python2 (so that's much easier for me to start hacking on). Output-wise I think consolemd wins over cli-md because the former actually does syntax highlighting of code blocks, plus I like the way it deals with headlines better.

So that's where I am right now.

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Re: %JkiJXa5MM

@regular,

That's actually one of the better renderer of those I've tried so far! I don't quite like the way it displays headlines, and it also doesn't do syntax highlighting, but it does do quite a good job. I will keep it until I find a better alternative. Thanks!

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Re: %JkiJXa5MM

Nice try, but that's not what I want. I want styling (so that headlines, bold, and italic is visually distinctive – not just marked up) and possibly also syntax highlighting (in colours). I thought I was pretty specific about my requirements, but I guess I was wrong. If cat solved my problem I would never had posted here.

@Kas in #unix

Markdown to TTY: How?

Wanted

A simple CLI tool that reads a markdown file (either from stdin or from a given filename), then writes styled or coloured text to the terminal.

A plus if it can render Github flavoured markdown.

A bit like

$ pandoc --from markdown_github < myfile.md \
  | lynx -stdin

(Except I don't like the way paragraphs are indented, and the code block isn't syntax highlighted, and I just want the damn ouput in the terminal, not in the browser (and -dump removes all colouring).)

Unwanted

  • Paging
    • I could pandoc -t man and then use man to display the file, but I don't want to enter a pager, and setting MANPAGER=cat removes colouring (and man doesn't really do syntax highlighting either, so…).
  • Ncurses
    • There are a few markdown viewers for the tty, but again: I don't want to enter a program, I just want the damn output in the terminal.

Failed

  • mdcat
    • An obvious name. I found at least 3 otherwise unrelated implementations. The ones in golang and nodejs didn't work (the golang thing just spat out a copy of the markdown file, and the nodejs thing didn't write anything at all to the terminal). I didn't try the haskell implementation coz I don't want to install an entire haskell compiler to compile one little thing.

Help!

I've been searching on and off for two days now. Please tell me I've overlooked the obvious.

Cheers.