[slack] <simeondavidschaub99> The problem with these kinds of things is that the people writing the documentation are usually the ones who already understand it, so any input is always welcome!
[irc] <dostoyevsky> I used Pluto to execute some code that uses @animate -- now I see the result of the cell as `Animation("dir", ["frame1", ...])' -- I would have expected to see the animation as an animation, not just merely as a data structure...
[irc] <Andriamanitra> TIL filter keeps elements for which the function returns true and not the other way around
[irc] <Andriamanitra> that was fun 15 minutes of wondering what the fuck is going on
[irc] <Andriamanitra> i wish julia had select / reject like ruby, no chance to get confused by semantics
[zulip] <Brenhin Keller> Oh for sure -- the Zulip is also in that category (open source, allows self-hosting, free hosted instances for OSS projects), and has nice support for LaTeX, which is important for the mathematically inclined. But a lot of people in the Julia community either like Slack for some reason, or (like me) are on it a lot because our workplaces use Slack, so that's the single largest forum. Zulip is probably the second larges.
[zulip] <Brenhin Keller> Oh, and the discourse is large too -- but that's not chat
[zulip] <Andrés Riedemann> Also, not everybody is subscribed to general-bridged