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most everyone moved with the staff to http://libera.chat/ @rebolek
Boleslav Březovský
@rebolek
@ne1uno I'm not against switching the network, I've read about freenode's dubios behavior in last weeks and moving elsewhere makes sense to me.
GiuseppeChillemi
@GiuseppeChillemi

When code is data and data is code, sometimes you can't distinguish a situation from a value:

>> a: [b c #[none!]] 
probe type? probe pick a 3 
probe type? probe pick a 10
none
none!
none
none!

None is returned either as an element picked from a block and when we are out of the boundaries.
In any function of this kind, you have to create another one to check if we are in a situation that returns None.

It's just a personal thought spoken out instead of remaining in my mind.
Phryxe
@Phryxe
What is happening with Red? No update on the homepage for almost a year. Is there no news to report on?
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
hello everyone!
I just created a docker image for red 0.6.4 https://hub.docker.com/r/kskarthik/redlang Just wanted to share it with you 😀
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
hi, and welcome, @kskarthik:poddery.com
we probably need to start a list of Red docker images already ;)
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
yes, I found none. So, i thought of making one
and i don't want to pollute my system with 32bit binaries
Hope the team can get rid of that dependency soon
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
so, to be clear, you're using it on 64-bit linux?
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
yes
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
thanks for sharing!
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
@hiiamboris 👍️
@hiiamboris: so any plans of dropping those 32bit library dependencies ?
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
Of course, just not the top priority. See https://gitter.im/red/red?at=5e09152cd5a7f357e6a1af83 for team's official stance (on Mac it's a more pressing matter ;)
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
Got it. Mac needs more priority. I assume that solution works for Linux as well
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
OK I conjured up a list https://github.com/red/red/wiki/%5BLINKS%5D-Unofficial-Red-images
@rebolek if you would add your image there as well ;)
I couldn't locate it
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karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
Why not migrate the website to hugo? https://gohugo.io/tools/migrations/#blogger
I can try that if the team is willing to move
Just in case if you aren't aware, Hugo is a static site generator
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
There's already a new website (Hugo-based in fact), but I forgot the link ;)
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
@hiiamboris: i got it https://github.com/red/web-red
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
But it's actually live at some address.
And that page links to the current (old) site.
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
oh
let me know the link
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
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karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
BTW i get this err in latest red linux snapshot inside docker

```
root@92ab33b581b8:/# red
Compiling compression library...
Compiling Red console...
Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused

(console-2021-6-19-58594:10): Gtk-WARNING **: 12:51:21.774: cannot open display:

i think it's looking to fireup the GUI
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
Do you have $DISPLAY defined and accessible? GTK requires it yes.
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karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
what should i set it ?
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oh
any way to run cli only?
any flags ?
hiiamboris
@hiiamboris
No, I think you'll have to compile a CLI-only build for that.
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
Thanks! I will try
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
@greggirwin: is there source code repo of the beta website? Regarding porting the old blog, blogspot exporters exists. We can experiment once you can export to xml format
Gregg Irwin
@greggirwin
@hiiamboris noted that it's at https://github.com/red/web-red. @x8x manages our servers, and also did the progress site and another variant that is more dev oriented. I don't know how far he got on R&D for blog transfer, but all help is welcome.
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
@x8x ping!
Can you share the blogspot XML format?
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
@gtzip: blogspot has option to export entire blog to XML. We could use that to migrate
gltewalt (The other Greg)
@gltewalt:matrix.org
[m]
Is that the only format? Can it export to json?
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]
gltewalt (The other Greg): no, only to XML file AFAIK
karthik
@kskarthik:poddery.com
[m]