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https://brettgilio.com/

Science educator interested in functional programming, type theory, and other stuff.

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Cache & Offline 8 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Hello all,

Just a brief announcement, I am going to begin implementing a way to
cache the results of org-webring for those who use the Org publish
offline.

If any of you have any suggestions, or want to submit patches they will
be greatly appreciated!

Best,

-- 
Brett M. Gilio
brettg@gnu.org

Re: How to use org-webring offline 9 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Jelle Licht <jlicht@posteo.net> writes:

> I've found that writing is easiest without distractions(=Internet); how
> can one use org-webring in e.g. an org-publish project _without_
> regenerating the webring itself? 
>
> To clarify, it would be nice to be able to:
> 1) cache output of org-webring
>
> 2) force org-webring to use this cache
>
> Is there perhaps already a way to do this?
>
> Thanks!

Re: Matrix instead of IRC? 9 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Jonn <jonn@doma.dev> writes:


> Re: bells and whistles such as history —
> Yes, IRC is for casual communication, but so is any other chat. Chats are at
> most full-text-searchable. If you care about for searchability, use a weechat
> in tmux, or attach your GUI IRC client to a server running an IRC client.
>
> Or use an IRC indexer, of which there are plenty.
>

I'd also like to note that Freenode and OFTC are implementing a ircv3
compliant server forked from charybdis which will probably come with
HistServ playback. So the issue of history for Freenode will soon be a

Re: What are some of your favorite projects on sr.ht? 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

"Drew DeVault" <sir@cmpwn.com> writes:

> Compiling a list for tomorrow's blog post. What are some cool projects
> on sr.ht?
>
> Here are a few I think are neat:
>
> https://git.sr.ht/~alextee/zrythm
> https://sr.ht/~martanne/vis/
> https://sr.ht/~mil/Sxmo/
> https://sr.ht/projects?search=%23gemini
> https://sr.ht/projects?search=%23plan9

CollapseOS https://sr.ht/~vdupras/collapseos/

Re: Matrix instead of IRC? 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

"Drew DeVault" <sir@cmpwn.com> writes:

> No.

+100

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https://brettgilio.com/
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[ANN] Version 1.9.7-rc3 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Hello all,

Ahead of EmacsConf2020 we are now in the release candidate stage
for version 2.0.0!

This third release adds support for post summaries to be disabled (by
setting the variable to nil). Additionally, the planet functionality
received attention with correction to HTML/XML validation along with
some new CSS stylizations. Lastly, a previously unknown bug affecting
ox-hugo has been fixed allowing for Hugo users to have a better
experience using org-webring!

The second release candidate added support for variable truncation of
long syndicate names, preserving a more consistent UX/UI. It also

[ANN] Version 1.9.6-rc2 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Hello all,

Ahead of EmacsConf2020 we are now in the release candidate stage for
version 2.0.0!

This second release candidate adds support for variable truncation of
long syndicate names, preserving a more consistent UX/UI. This also
fixes numerous problems with the webring/planet on iOS/Webkit-based
browsers. Additionally, autoloading has been implemented and testing.

The first release candidate added support for subtle CSS color
transitions on hover, granular post pinning (on the webring) and
filtering (on both the webring and the planet), and strict support for
RFC 2822 on date-time encoding (with better error messages).

[ANN] Version 1.9.5-rc1 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Hello all,

Ahead of EmacsConf2020 we are now in the release candidate stage for
version 2.0.0!

This first release candidate adds support for subtle CSS color
transitions on hover, granular post pinning (on the webring) and
filtering (on both the webring and the planet), and strict support for
RFC 2822 on date-time encoding.

Additionally, error messages are now more elegant and descriptive.

Please consider testing this release, as every person testing and
reporting helps add to the success of this utility being demonstrated

Re: [PATCH] Dumb support for pinning. 10 months ago

From Brett Gilio to ~brettgilio/org-webring

Alexandru-Sergiu Marton <brown121407@posteo.ro> writes:

>
>
> 2 should be fixed by ccb47099b0f2e3956d0e771797a099e846dca834.
>
> https://git.sr.ht/~brettgilio/org-webring/commit/ccb47099b0f2e3956d0e771797a099e846dca834
>

Confirmed, and 1 is an odd issue but not a bug. Thanks!

-- 
Brett M. Gilio
brettg@gnu.org