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    Gennadiy#3748
    @_discord_714506728749793330:t2bot.io
    [m]
    How would you specify .args?
    Is it as an array?
    Gennadiy#3748
    @_discord_714506728749793330:t2bot.io
    [m]
    I can only see a single argument example with callMethod.
    It doesn't matter. I'll be using the built-in operator names.
    Clonkk
    @rf.c:matrix.org
    [m]
    callMethod(np, "matmul", mat1, mat2) for instance
    I believe args are varargs[PyObject] and the non-PyObject arguments you pass are converted to PyObject
    Gennadiy#3748
    @_discord_714506728749793330:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Thanks Clonkk .
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Can you open up an issue at nim-lang/nimforum ?
    Gennadiy#3748
    @_discord_714506728749793330:t2bot.io
    [m]
    That is the problem. When I try to activate my email, I get an "Invalid ident hash" error. As my email is not activated, I am unable to post to the nim-lang forum.
    InventorMatt#6614
    @_discord_434965968477880323:t2bot.io
    [m]
    i believe they are referring to the repo https://github.com/nim-lang/nimforum not the forum itself
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Yup I was, I just woke up and was on mobile so I couldn't post the link
    Gennadiy#3748
    @_discord_714506728749793330:t2bot.io
    [m]
    InventorMatt I see. Thanks.
    zetashift I managed to sign up. It seems it didn't like the underscore in my username.
    Dylan Modesitt
    @DylanModesitt
    I posted this in the main nim channel to, but thought I would repeat it here too if there is any interest: "SESCO, a quant commodities (largely energy) trading firm, is interested in hiring nim programers to work on large-scale physics simulations, generative models for trading in auctions, data-intensive systems & applications, etc. Email ds@sescollc.com if you are interested & we can talk!"
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    That sounds like a dream job to me
    You can also post this on the forum, realtime chat isn't really friendly for these kinds of nice announcements!
    willyboar#8653
    @_discord_527930042555170833:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Or Yardanico could create nim jobs in both forum and discord
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    I feel like a jobs channel is a bit too early, but hopefully soon tho
    modesitt#6331
    @_discord_207424533722955776:t2bot.io
    [m]
    You should shoot us a note if you are interested! We will also post on the forum
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    I don't have any experience with large scale data processing projects, most concrete stuff I have done involve web and gaming projects
    modesitt#6331
    @_discord_207424533722955776:t2bot.io
    [m]
    That doesn't disqualify you - I would still reach out!
    zetashift#2536
    @_discord_77574388035100672:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Alright cool, emailing asap 😄
    Alea#5422
    @_discord_218035776179404811:t2bot.io
    [m]
    what happened to the up to date list of useful libraries? I can't find the one that listed flambeau
    the other only list nimtorch so they seem to be out of date
    oh wait
    I'm blind
    hugogranstrom#5652
    @_discord_454991120028663809:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Not sure which list you refer to. Is it "Are we scientist yet"?
    Flambeau isn't ready for general use just yet so the fact that it isn't on any lists isn't unexpected
    Alea#5422
    @_discord_218035776179404811:t2bot.io
    [m]
    yeah I got confused because I found flambeau from somewhere on this page
    https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim/wiki/Curated-Packages#science
    but not directly on it
    hugogranstrom#5652
    @_discord_454991120028663809:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Ah okay 👍
    eagledot#9896
    @_discord_839366574963556373:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Hey,
    I think code is supposed to reverse last 2 columns and rows,it does so,but when it tries to over-write the last row the desired row values would already be over-written by then.I would happen if we try to mutate values with overlapping values of original tensor...hope this helps.
    eagledot#9896
    @_discord_839366574963556373:t2bot.io
    [m]
    In case values overlap,you can specifically clone the slice like foo[0..1,1..2].clone() first.
    xDd#1501
    @_discord_224623185474093066:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Hey guys is every nim cuda bindings dead?
    Clonkk
    @rf.c:matrix.org
    [m]
    What do you mean "dead" ?
    Bindings to a fixed versions of CUDA are unlikely to change once stabilized
    xDd#1501
    @_discord_224623185474093066:t2bot.io
    [m]
    I see max cuda version of 8.0
    for nim bidings updated 4 years ago, so kinda "dead"
    Clonkk
    @rf.c:matrix.org
    [m]
    Last commit is July 2020
    Indicating that the author accept PRs
    So if you need a newer versions you can probably make a PRs
    It's likely nobody needed CUDA binginds of a higher version so noone updated it
    xDd#1501
    @_discord_224623185474093066:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Thats why im asking, i cant use lower version on rtx 3090 😦
    Clonkk
    @rf.c:matrix.org
    [m]
    Fork https://github.com/andreaferretti/nimcuda, update it then open a PR :).
    xDd#1501
    @_discord_224623185474093066:t2bot.io
    [m]
    And im not good enough in nim to help with another bindings yet
    or some pr's
    Clonkk
    @rf.c:matrix.org
    [m]
    If you know how to use CUDA, learning how to make bindings is not hard especially starting with an existing template
    Xydium#8903
    @_discord_535096767155535893:t2bot.io
    [m]
    speaking of cuda, does anyone know of a way to do dynamic range compression in parallel by sample
    currently I'm trying to use an RMS sliding window to get the amplitudes of an input and control signal
    but the result from RMS is full of clicks
    and I've verified it's not an implementation issue
    deeuu#4798
    @_discord_746663152459972669:t2bot.io
    [m]
    Hey, I'm a newbie, but this sounds like you're doing audio processing? I'd be really interested in hearing more!