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    Way cool. I’d love to see a Fennel version.

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      Oh, this is great. It’s like units, except better. I’m a fan.

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        The original author’s page for tracking the status with xz

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          “it seemed like a good idea at the time” :)

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            Let’s go, chaps!

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                Oh wow.

                HexChat is still, in my opinion, the best graphical IRC client. It’s the only graphical IRC client I use (I also use rcirc in Emacs sometimes).

                With the nature of IRC, I imagine it will keep working for some time, at least.

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                  It was yesterday. :)

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                    Forks are encouraged, be the change you want to see in the world! :^)

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                      Such as, yes. I guess I just — being the only one on my tilde — wanted to see this work between tildes.

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                        I wish there was an active and maintained for of Hexchat. It’s so good.

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                          you mean such as on a tilde?

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                              While this looked interesting on a first glance, it is only useful between users on the same server.

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                                “The name is a recursive acronym: “Tinmop Is Not Mutt or Pine”. The older of us can remember that, in turn, Pine is sometimes considered an acronym as well: “Pine Is Not Elm” and, finally, Elm means (according to Wikipedia): “Electronic Mail”.” :)

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                                  Thanks for sharing the goodies that you found in that rabbit hole :)

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                                      Went down an ARM microcontroller rabbit hole because of this tutorial series

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                                        It was no clear to me what STM32-base was. I found this after a little poking around:

                                        The STM32-base project is mostly meant for students and hobbyists. The goal of the STM32-base project is to provide a simple and easy to use base project for learning about and experimenting with STM32 microcontrollers.

                                        https://stm32-base.org/general/about

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                                          Yes! Thanks for the link! It’s a great book!