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It's clear that you don't get bored with Common Lispers.

Too I haven't heard anyone talk about spacemacs for a long time now, has another emacs/vim come out?

In the end I always find it ridiculous for 4 lines I write.

Thanks to @victorhck I've got guile 2.2 in Android.
Install UserLAnd
sudo pacman -Syu
sudo pacman -S guile

Cc @Notxor

got a mini manual done for class today. it's my very first manual. i did it on one of my programming projects. you can find the manual here:

#technicalwriting #firsttimes

CypherpunkArmory/UserLAnd: Main UserLAnd Repository

The easiest way to run a GNU/Linux distribution or application on #Android.


Run full linux distros or specific applications on top of Android.
Install and uninstall like a regular app.
No root required.

available in @fdroidorg

I don't know him, but it's the first time I've seen a dat in my life. This is awesome:

Rainer Joswig gets furious. In my opinion, in his case, I don't think he's right, he has his social network clearly associated with his true personality. There are those who enjoy it

I have just posted a short blog post on how to make a static dat webpage in few minutes using #orgmode and #beakerBrowser. I'm quite enthusiastic about this project and can't wait to see it grow.

Nice writeup by @darius about Dat, SSB, and ActivityPub and how they can learn from each other:

Indeed, my post-standardization of ActivityPub work (on Spritely) has largely been about exploring similar thoughts! See also the @librelounge episode with @joeyh where we talk about Secure Scuttlebutt (esp in relation to ActivityPub)

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The end of the deep monograph...

Speaking of which, once I finish my training in complex data, I want to study "Parsing Techniques: A Practical Guide (Monographs in Computer Science)".

I haven't found anything that explains the subject well enough for me. I think this book is what I'm looking for.

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