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diego7319
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But from wikipedia I get 1/(mu0*sigma), been sigma the electrical conductivity so im kinda confused which formula to use, I also finded this article https://sci-hub.tw/https://link.springer.com/article/10.1134%2FS0021364008150058 where they define magnetic field induction as η = 1/σµ , µ is a constant so there's no problem with that and I can also guess from that article and wikipedia that magnetic diffusivity and magnetic field induction are synonyms
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but in this case we will use the Spitzer resistivity as sigma which will require a new function in a transport class with this data : {Z is the ionization of nuclei,e is the electron charge,m_e is the electron mass, Lambda is the Coulomb logarithm (I think someone already implemented that , epsilon is the electric permittivity of free space, k Boltzmann's constant (not required as input), and T_e is the electron temperature in kelvins?
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and I just found that there is a ion_viscosity function inside braginskii file
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Dominik Stańczak diego7319 (Gitter) it's probably best to take this discussion to the relevant issue/pr, so it doesn't get drowned in other chat stuff :(
Dominik Stańczak I'd just like to say I'm deeply sorry for not being able to come to the inaugural workshop due to thesis obligations, but I hope it goes amazing! Delightful email BTW ;)
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Nick Murphy diego7319 (Gitter): sorry about the delay! I'll do a code review today.
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@matrixbot sorry about that
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Nick Murphy No worries! In fact, it's a good way to remind us when we get behind on our code review responsibilities...
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Nick Murphy We have a community scheduled tomorrow at 19 UTC. The change from Standard to Daylight Saving Time just happened in most of the US, so that pushes our community meeting one hour later from our perspective (i.e. 3 pm EDT/12 pm PDT).
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Nick Murphy Oof... I've spent most of the last day cancelling events or converting them to remote meetings instead.
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Nick Murphy A friendly reminder that we'll have our weekly community meeting in ~45 minutes at 19 UTC using PlasmaPy's Jitsi channel. Please feel free to add items to the agenda and minutes.
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SolarDrew > <@namurphy:matrix.org> A friendly reminder that we'll have our weekly community meeting in ~45 minutes at 19 UTC using PlasmaPy's Jitsi channel. Please feel free to add items to the agenda and minutes.

I will have to miss it I'm afraid

Nick Murphy No worries!
Nick Murphy And good luck with everything regarding the pyastro meeting in April...we picked a bad month to schedule a whole bunch of Python meetings. ☹︎
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SolarDrew thanks
SolarDrew yeah it's not looking promising
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Nick Murphy Travel via the Smithsonian has not been forbidden yet, but I'm expecting that guidance to come soon.
Nick Murphy NASA employees are currently not allowed to travel, except for things that are mission critical.
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SolarDrew so I hear ☹︎
Dominik Stańczak yeah, my uni cancelled all classes for a month
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Dominik Stańczak so you could say we're a bit ahead of the curve in terms of institutional response but lightyears behind in terms of the healthcare system
Nick Murphy An epidemiologist friend is particularly worried about the US because a lot of people here may end up getting billed ~$1000 for a expensive tests that aren't completely covered by insurance, and also because a lot of people do not get paid sick leave and may not be able to afford not going to work.
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SolarDrew Good grief what is even the point of insurance if it doesn't pay for things
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Dominik Stańczak Here's the library I was talking about: https://hypothesis.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Dominik Stańczak I haven't yet found solid use cases for it in more simulation-ish kinds of approaches but I think it should be pretty powerful for things like atomiparticles and formulary
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Nick Murphy Yeah...I'm going to be typing plasmapy.atomic for at least the next year.
Nick Murphy Turns out that API changes are a pain, even when I'm the one that makes them...
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Nick Murphy A friendly reminder that we have a community meeting scheduled for today in ten minutes using our usual Jitsi link.
Nick Murphy It's been a pretty intense week in world news so it's completely fine to skip this week's meeting, but I'll be on just in case anyone wants a brief distraction from worldwide pandemics.
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Nick Murphy And if anyone has any agenda items, please free free to add them.
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SolarDrew I am doing my usual running late
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Nick Murphy SolarDrew: No worries! We just finished up.
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Dominik Stańczak Hey, here's an idea lifted straight from astropy
Dominik Stańczak Since we're mostly stuck at homes right now, and we didn't really have much to talk about last telecon besides coronaranting, how about setting up a co-working telecon
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Nick Murphy Sounds intriguing! I'll be happy to participate.
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Dominik Stańczak hey, here's a massive huh: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/issues/4758#issuecomment-563190289 firefox is currently unsupported by jitsi!
Dominik Stańczak > It works on Firefox but does not have simulcast support so whenever someone on Firefox joins, other devices have to use vastly more CPU and bandwidth. My phone dropped 50% battery in 10 minutes with a Firefox user on.
Alternate1985Drew well that's concerning
Cadair webrtc is a bit of a joke
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Dominik Stańczak well it's most likely fine to keep using it, but I'm just going to try connecting via chrome the next time
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Nick Murphy I was just able to create a free Zoom account via work, so that would be a possibility. Zoom is not open source, but other than that it's been very reliable for me when I have a stable internet connection.
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Nick Murphy Oh right...we have a community meeting in about 50 minutes at 19 UT.
Nick Murphy We'll be using our Jitsi channel as usual, and please feel free to add anything to the agenda & minutes.
Nick Murphy * We'll be using our Jitsi channel as usual, and please feel free to add anything to the agenda & minutes.
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SolarDrew (Old) yeah sorry I was going to write that bot wasn't I
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Dominik Stańczak hey, here's the scheduling poll for the coworking telecon - I hope I did this right!
Dominik Stańczak ... off to a great start! here's the link https://www.when2meet.com/?8929542-yNWiJ
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Cadair > <@StanczakDominik:matrix.org> hey, here's a massive huh: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/issues/4758#issuecomment-563190289 firefox is currently unsupported by jitsi!

https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/issues/4758#issuecomment-604463127

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Nick Murphy Dominik Stańczak: Thanks for sending the link to the scheduling poll! I marked days that would be possible but less preferred by alternating available/not.