@mlemweb I didn't happen to see you biking today, did I?

The guile-json API change is finally coming around to bite me in the ass.

I was pretty excited about GNU Radio supporting Python 3 until I realized that a lot of the out-of-tree modules (particularly gr-osmosdr) are still on Python 2

Thanks to everyone who shared their thoughts. I've ultimately decided that it isn't quite what I was looking for. Cannabidiolic acid is a selective COX-2 inhibitor [1], which I generally try to avoid as they've been shown to have a negative influence on protein metabolism in skeletal muscle [2, 3].

[1]: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/185564
[2]: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/191768
[3]: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/118323

Does anyone on here have experience using oils? I am considering trying them as I deal with relatively frequent migraines and difficulty sleeping.

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I'm seriously going to miss this stuff when I go back to the states

I had Mettbrötchen for dinner tonight.

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scratchy lets you quickly bootstrap a Linux distro in a (non-Docker) container and interactively execute something in it:


Currently supports bootstrapping Arch, but it's super easy to add more scripts for other distros! Contributions always welcome!


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Especially since it seems like the issue is in libssh and isn't necessarily the fault of guile-ssh

I think I found a bug (or at least some incorrect documentation) in guile-ssh today but I just can't be bothered to report it right now ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Perhaps when I have some free time I can write a Bitlbee plugin that interfaces with Gajim remotely.

Every time someone sent me an OMEMO-encrypted message I'd pull out my phone to reply with Conversations.

Finally caved in and installed Gajim. Bitlbee's lack of OMEMO support made it too much of a PITA to use as a proper Jabber client.

Pretty sure I have no reason to learn the regular expression syntax used in Emacs now.

Stumbled upon the hidden gems that are `rx' and `re-builder' today.

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I just added what I think is the coolest part to OcapPub... the "Composition" section! This especially shows off how cool ocap design is: Alyssa schedules a backup of her file to run twice a day, and yet the job scheduler which runs the backup has neither access to read the file nor write anything else to the backup service! gitlab.com/spritely/ocappub/bl

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