ah yeah, system administration documentation or how I like to call it "~/.bash_history"

@praxeology Yeah, my favorite thing about the ecosystem is that it has a sort of culture that allows it to be ok for something to be "finished": when I was starting out, I was worried about apparently unmaintained libraries, but they haven't been the problem they would be in webdev or Python

A little slime contrib (emacs mode for Common Lisp) I'm working on: open a stream from Lisp that streams data written to it to a dedicated Emacs buffer.

Code here (for now): github.com/fiddlerwoaroof/slim

I mean, Nouevau has not seen many improvements for some time now, I feel like community is finally growing tired of the ways NVIDIA treats them, and after seeing that there is a better way (that being AMD example from earlier).

Don't buy NVIDIA, please, for the love of god, this has to stop.

Ever wondered where the folks who like Common Lisp, Emacs, SLIME and IRC hang around? Come and join #slime at irc.freenode.net and meet us! (You can start by connecting via webchat.freenode.net/ and ask for better IRC client suggestions later.)

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