@sir I've been finding that there is usually only 1 great show that comes along every couple seasons. I think that show recently has been Kakushigoto without a doubt, especially if you are a fan of Kumeta's style of comedy as seen in SZS and Joshiraku.
@sir @neauoire @lanodan I would tend to agree in terms of programability it can be a bit difficult dealing with just the drawing primitives, there was some effort to start to abstract some of it for more of GUI style lib but it was never finished. Although I think the general way that the graphical programs are designed(especially with rio's windows having a special way of treating input lines and mouse cording) is perhaps some of the strongest parts of plan9.
@sir I think the issue with shell scripts is that a lot of the people writing them don't understand the power of their everyday UNIX tools, and thus look for solutions as they would in $language instead of making use of what the shell is there for in the first place.
@sir Definitely the best song on that album, this was a favorite of mine to put one while walking through a snow covered campus.
For those interested in hosting gemini content on plan9, I recently worked on a small program to generate atom feeds fit for gemini's CAPCOM aggregator. You can find it here: https://git.sr.ht/~moody/atom/
Full HD native video playback on 9front https://diode.zone/videos/watch/bfcd2004-677d-4878-86cc-e20a4ff7ccf1
@sir Being open source is a great benefit, thank you and the contributors for making a great systems :)
@sir I'd say they're worth a check out if you enjoy stuff in the similar vein as some of lamazeP's work. If a bit more upbeat.
I wrote a little rc gemini server inspired by rc-httpd for 9front.
Plan9 fanatic. Big fan of vocaloid and otaku culture in general. Amateur programmer and sysadmin in my free time. Currently working in computer security research.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko