These are chat archives for got-lambda/expression

14th
Sep 2017
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 08:34
@suvash: that's impressive, I can only handle writing requests on the command line using curl... I know there's the possibility of scripting it, but that'll make it too easy!
Suvash Thapaliya
@suvash
Sep 14 2017 08:35
:muscle: :joy:
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 08:37
Yes, I'm using IRC... just curious because, well, the JS based clients for all those IRC replacements are rather resource hungry, and having a couple of them open at the same time, as well as hangouts, gmail, jira, ... sometimes my browser starts crawling and I need to restart it
Suvash Thapaliya
@suvash
Sep 14 2017 08:40
makes sense. esp. if you're already using irc for other things and have accumulated irc client configs. I tried using weechat, but it wasn't supported in the beginning.
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 08:42
yea, currently connected to three IRC servers, freenode, gitter, and fpchat@slack
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 08:54
I do like weechat, simple and clear UI, though the configuration is a pain 😒
but on the upside I just got emojis working 😂
Suvash Thapaliya
@suvash
Sep 14 2017 08:55
dayuuummm ! that's several layers of yak-shaving. what terminal ?
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 08:56
tmux inside a gnome terminal
Suvash Thapaliya
@suvash
Sep 14 2017 08:56
ah, right. gnome-terminal is quite nice with unicode things. should try that out.
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 09:00
yes, I do like it, though sometimes I wish it had a bit of the splitting-terminal stuff built in; now I have to start tmux when I want that
Suvash Thapaliya
@suvash
Sep 14 2017 09:03
i'm on xmonad, but I still use tmux quite a bit, esp. on the pop-up terminal. a habit from the past I guess.
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 09:22
tmux has the nice feature of being detachable, I use that quite a bit
Magnus Therning
@magthe
Sep 14 2017 10:10
so, now my weechat is a little bit more to my liking, added two sripts, go.py and autosort.py 😁