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aerc is laggy on my terminal 22 days ago

From Anil Felipe Duggirala to ~sircmpwn/aerc

1. I am wondering why aerc takes time to render email and also why it is a bit slow when switching folders.
If I go to my inbox and then start scrolling down my messages, messages will start appearing as I scroll down, progressively (a [..] symbol is shown) as they load. Can aerc not download all headers in a folder by default (when it is opened) ? (and cache them later?)

2. A separate more annoying lagginess happens when I switch folder, when I press the 'J' key, the response is not fast, I cannot successively press the 'J' key many times and quickly change folder, the selected folder cursor takes some time to move from one folder to the next. That really beats the purspose of using a cli tool in my case.

What might be happening in my terminal? does anybody else experience this?

Anil F

Re: "How to learn git slowly" 6 months ago

From Anil F Duggirala to ~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

Great link. Great guide for learning git. But also for someone like 
myself, who knows some git, because it allowed me to see a bit picture 
of what I know and what Im supposed to know.

thanks Jean.

Re: Next session? 6 months ago

From Anil F Duggirala to ~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

Sorry about not communicating before. I was not available today. Next 
Saturday sounds great to me.

I am looking forward to understanding all git related tasks you have 
proposed. I am very interested in becoming a git pro by playing with 
this repository and will also try to understand the basics of that 
main.java file.

Thanks very much,

Anil

Re: a few answers 6 months ago

From Anil F Duggirala to ~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

On 7/1/21 1:07 AM, Philippe wrote:
> That's probably better. Anyone who runs into problems can then either 
> ask here or during a session.

Now that you mention sessions. Will there be another session this weekend?

Regards,

Anil

Re: First session ? 7 months ago

From Anil F Duggirala to ~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

I believe we are on for tomorrow, Jean confirmed this and said he would 
be sending a jitsi link later today or tomorrow.

Re: Ready to start... 7 months ago

From Anil F Duggirala to ~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

Ok, so I tried cloning using ssh. I understand now that you would have 
to grant me write access for me to be able to clone that repository (or 
read access at least). Doing:

git clone git@git.sr.ht:~brandelune/omegat-as-a-book

outputs:

Cloning into 'omegat-as-a-book'...
The authenticity of host 'git.sr.ht (173.195.146.142)' can't be established.
ED25519 key fingerprint is 
SHA256:WXXNZu0YyoE3KBl5qh4GsnF1vR0NeEPYJAiPME+P09g.
This key is not known by any other names
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])? y