#Soylent | Logs for 2016-02-11

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[00:08:59] <chromas> Do people update their BIOS?
[00:10:53] <Bytram> !uid
[00:10:53] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 6112, owned by m2f2
[00:12:36] <qkontinuum> !uid 6111
[00:12:36] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 6112, owned by m2f2
[00:13:09] <qkontinuum> Any way to lookup the username to a given uid?
[00:14:20] <chromas> ~last nick=crutchy message=~api.*uid
[00:14:44] <exec> 03[2016-01-23 00:52:1] #Soylent <crutchy> ~api m=user op=get_uid nick=davidtseng
[00:15:08] <chromas> ~api m=user op=get_nick uid=6111
[00:15:10] <exec> soylentnews.org/api.pl?m=user&op=get_nick&uid=6111
[00:15:10] <exec> 02{"nick":"Gary Olson"}
[00:15:38] <chromas> there may be a shortcut; not sure
[00:16:10] <qkontinuum> Thanks
[00:17:51] <Bytram> testing: https://soylentnews.org
[00:17:52] <snowfire> ^ 03( https://soylentnews.org )
[00:18:39] <Bytram> not so useful, here. :(
[00:18:48] <qkontinuum> http://wiki.soylentnews.org
[00:18:49] <snowfire> ^ 03Wiki: ApiDocs ( http://wiki.soylentnews.org )
[00:18:50] <chromas> no title element
[00:18:56] <Bytram> nod nod
[00:19:03] * chromas should make a json extractor some time
[00:19:27] <Bytram> json? Isn't he the guy that went around wearing a hockey mask?
[00:19:57] <chromas> correct
[00:20:05] <chromas> and xul lives in a refrigerator
[00:22:11] <Bytram> timely: http://phys.org
[00:22:12] <snowfire> ^ 03The cloud can't kill demand for computers as big as a fridge
[00:22:31] <Bytram> so, we should hide xul in the cloud!
[00:22:42] <chromas> we don't need no stinkin' computres! we have the cloud
[00:22:46] <chromas> cloud > computer
[00:23:05] <chromas> computre > computer because metric
[00:23:25] <Bytram> "Mommy? Why can't I go outside?" "Sorry, Billy... it's raining.'
[00:23:54] <chromas> it's raining compute cycles
[00:24:33] <Bytram> is that like a washing machine's rinse cycle?
[00:24:37] * chromas wonders how efficient it would be to make a data center's computers all water-cooled
[00:24:57] <chromas> Dead washing machines. Up in the clouds with St Peterbilt
[00:25:15] <cmn32480> arne't you s'posed to be at work?
[00:25:43] <chromas> He is; that's why he's on irc :D
[00:26:06] <cmn32480> he doesn't work like the rest of us
[00:26:36] <chromas> he runs windows?
[00:26:38] <cmn32480> his supervisors expect "sales" or "productivity".... poor bastard
[00:26:51] <cmn32480> hey... I resemble taht remark
[00:27:50] * chromas checks the fah page; is still at the top :(
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[00:28:00] <chromas> Need maor competitors!
[00:28:18] * cmn32480 needs to get linux running on real hardware
[00:28:26] <cmn32480> full boar
[00:28:42] <chromas> VMs are better. You can just keep giving them moar RAMS and cores
[00:28:55] <cmn32480> das what I mean
[00:29:08] <cmn32480> but I need ot put the VM on REAL hardware
[00:29:21] <cmn32480> not my laptop.. and certainly not the box exec lives on
[00:29:23] <chromas> is it inside another VM?
[00:29:28] <chromas> ah
[00:29:50] <cmn32480> nah... I got an R710 spinning cycles doing nothign
[00:30:08] <cmn32480> spin up a quickie Ubuntu and let the expletives fly
[00:30:15] <chromas> Use it to rip and transcode blu-rays
[00:30:16] <Tramtrist> ransomware has hit us in japan
[00:30:32] <Tramtrist> wasnt there keys out there found by us gov?
[00:30:37] <Tramtrist> after they busted some of these guys
[00:30:42] <cmn32480> I think it has 96GB of RAM, and a pair of quad Xeons
[00:31:40] * chromas feels his pants get tight
[00:31:56] * cmn32480 loosens his belt
[00:32:04] <chromas> uh, thank you sir
[00:32:17] <cmn32480> next time.. shower with NotSanguine
[00:32:25] <chromas> nice trick, using your mouth
[00:32:52] <chromas> hm, didn't we have a story on the ransomware thing?
[00:33:05] <Tramtrist> ya a couple
[00:33:06] <chromas> ~last nick=^Bender! message=ransom
[00:33:16] <Tramtrist> ah the bot searches
[00:33:36] <exec> 03[2015-11-11 06:43:1] #Soylent <Bender> [SoylentNews] - First Linux Ransomware Program Cracked, for Now - http://sylnt.us - good-news-for-the-afflicted
[00:33:44] <chromas> cmn32480: there ya go, put the log db on that thing. mine needs moar rams for db search
[00:33:54] <chromas> hm
[00:33:57] <chromas> that's ancient
[00:34:05] <cmn32480> couple months ago
[00:34:25] <NotSanguine> cmn32480: that's by invitation only :)
[00:34:49] <chromas> A man can use his mouth like that oughta have an easy time getting an invitation anywhere
[00:36:28] <Tramtrist> ah linux
[00:37:02] <cmn32480> gigantic steaming pile of crapware it is
[00:37:33] <chromas> we've got systemd to thank for cleaning up linux and making it presentable
[00:37:57] <chromas> was it this one? http://www.theregister.co.uk
[00:37:58] <snowfire> ^ 03How cybercrooks made $330K from ransomware without really trying • The Register
[00:46:06] <Tramtrist> might have been.. im looking for the keys the govt nabbed actually
[00:47:47] <cmn32480> vm created - check
[00:49:11] * cmn32480 searches for the ubuntu iso....
[00:50:15] <cmn32480> wow... squid for windows has come a long way...
[00:50:20] <cmn32480> it has an installer and everythign!
[00:50:45] <chromas> not gonna install it into your ubuntu?
[00:51:08] <cmn32480> nah.. this ubuntu is strictly for folding oraqgami
[00:52:28] <cmn32480> I had squid working as a transparent proxy on a windows box at one point...
[00:53:17] <cmn32480> don't know why I killed it...
[00:53:33] * cmn32480 can't remember what he ate for breakfast either
[00:54:34] <cmn32480> I also miss running IPCop as a firewall
[00:55:19] <cmn32480> squid was there, worked perfectly, and Calamaris gave me daily reports
[00:56:11] * Bytram misses having 3 computers and 3 displays; left-hand for test data creation and staging; middle for executing tests; right-hand for analyzing output / validating test results
[00:56:39] <Bytram> actually had a 4th computer and display for e-mail, messaging, etc.
[00:57:06] <chromas> Now you can put those all into VMs, and use the others for rendering or something
[00:57:12] <chromas> but still have 4 displays
[00:57:17] <Bytram> yeah, but I only havethe single display atm
[00:57:54] <cmn32480> and your lappy won't drive 4 displays
[00:57:57] <Bytram> and, as far as I know, the lappy only supports a single display... right?
[00:58:08] <cmn32480> 2 by default
[00:58:23] <Bytram> 2? the internal display and an external?
[00:58:29] <cmn32480> built in screen and either a VGA or Display Port
[00:58:34] <chromas> Virtual desktops can help. Just imagine they're real
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[00:58:49] <Bytram> that sounds... complex!
[00:58:52] <Bytram> ;)
[00:58:56] <cmn32480> from the dock you can do 2 VGA, or 2 DVI, or 2 Display Port
[00:59:10] <Bytram> ooooooohhh?
[00:59:15] <cmn32480> and adding in a displaylink will allow you to run as many as you ahve USB ports for
[00:59:16] <chromas> You can get USB3 display adapters
[00:59:26] <cmn32480> he only has USB2
[00:59:33] <Bytram> ^^^
[00:59:36] <chromas> I assume they'd just run slower
[00:59:52] <chromas> probably no good for gaming anyhow, but plenty of room for spreadsheets
[01:00:05] <cmn32480> zactly
[01:00:09] * Bytram doesn't do any gaming, so not a problem
[01:00:24] <cmn32480> minesweeper still counts
[01:00:28] <Bytram> unless you count sudoku as gaming ;)
[01:01:11] <chromas> It does appear at least some do support USB2. They're mostly $35+
[01:01:43] <cmn32480> the one I have at the office was about $50, is USB3, and supports 2048x??? resolution
[01:06:39] * Bytram just finished a Sudoku puzzle, medium difficulty, in 4m50s
[01:07:12] * Bytram had a best time of 2m55s
[01:07:31] <chromas> You'll hate to jack up the time with cariants
[01:07:38] <chromas> s/t/v/
[01:07:38] <sedctl> <chromas> You'll have to jack up the time with cariants
[01:07:47] <chromas> mathdoku and such
[01:08:08] <Bytram> my avg time, otoh, is nowhree near that good
[01:08:31] <cmn32480> AVG has always scanned for viruses slow
[01:09:06] <Bytram> lol
[01:09:26] <Bytram> what free anti-virus product do you use/recommend
[01:09:46] <chromas> MSE :D
[01:10:04] <chromas> or linux
[01:10:17] <cmn32480> I've been using avast or AVG for years
[01:10:55] <Bytram> I'd been using AVG, but now it wants to scan my system and upload lots of stuff... much like win 10's efforts.
[01:11:04] * Bytram is not liking that kind of crap
[01:13:13] <cmn32480> avast just pesters the shit out of you for their Internet securuty product
[01:13:21] <cmn32480> server
[01:15:09] <Bytram> break time; biab
[01:15:34] <cmn32480> chromas - you running f@h through a gui or command line?
[01:16:10] <chromas> command line
[01:16:15] <chromas> actually, as a soyvice
[01:16:30] <chromas> systemctl start foldingathome
[01:16:31] <exec> 02trying to start foldingathome...
[01:16:34] <exec> ...04failed! - use epoch instead: http://universe2.us
[01:16:58] <chromas> then using FAHcontrol to monitor all the boxes (two lins and a win)
[01:17:05] <cmn32480> that probably isn't good that he can do that....
[01:17:20] <chromas> make jokes?
[01:17:22] <chromas> humor--
[01:17:22] <Bender> karma - humor: 0
[01:17:43] <chromas> it's not really trying to start something, other than a holy war :D
[01:18:19] <cmn32480> ahh
[01:18:21] <cmn32480> k
[01:18:56] <cmn32480> I'm being good and trying it from the command line
[01:19:27] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - IBM Alumni Creates Quantum Processors at Rigetti Computing - http://sylnt.us - fun-with-quantums
[01:27:12] <Bytram> Rigetti? Is that like a cross between rigatoni and spaghetti?
[01:34:24] <cmn32480> nah.. he pitched for the Yankees 20 years ago
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[01:45:49] <chromas> Rigatoni
[01:54:06] <SirFinkus> spagetti
[01:54:10] <Bytram> Chef Boyardee?
[01:54:16] <SirFinkus> linguine
[01:54:21] <SirFinkus> tortellini
[01:54:26] <Bytram> gnocci
[01:54:33] <SirFinkus> rotini
[01:54:33] <Bytram> lasagna
[01:54:35] <SirFinkus> macaroni
[01:54:43] <SirFinkus> canoli
[01:54:51] <Bytram> ziti
[01:55:00] <Bytram> eenie meenie?
[01:55:02] <SirFinkus> fettuchini
[01:55:15] <SirFinkus> my peeni
[01:55:17] <Bytram> SirFinkus: s/h//
[01:55:28] * Bytram was a second too late
[01:55:34] <SirFinkus> YOUR MOM LOVES IT
[01:55:52] <Bytram> 'sauce' or 'gravy' ??
[01:56:10] <SirFinkus> sauce
[01:56:21] <Bytram> nod nod
[01:56:24] <Bytram> hmm
[01:56:27] <Bytram> gnawed gnawed
[01:56:31] <Bytram> =)
[01:57:07] <SirFinkus> https://www.youtube.com
[01:57:07] <snowfire> ^ 03It's Spagett! | Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! | Adult Swim - YouTube
[02:04:36] <paulej72> TheMightyBuzzard: pull request up for some bug fixes
[02:07:35] <cmn32480> #smake bytram
[02:07:35] * MrPlow smakes bytram upside the head with just the tip
[02:10:44] <Bytram> what is the hardware ID number for a mobile phone called? IMEI?
[02:11:06] <SirFinkus> I think that's for the sim
[02:11:30] <SirFinkus> oh, nevermind
[02:12:04] <Bytram> https://en.wikipedia.org
[02:12:04] <snowfire> ^ 03Wiki: International Mobile Station Equipment Identity
[02:12:42] <cmn32480> bytram - depends on the carrier
[02:12:51] <cmn32480> It can be the IMEI or the MEID
[02:16:57] <cmn32480> chromas - what port are you talking on for the control?
[02:19:34] <Bytram> port of call
[02:23:04] <Bytram> #submit http://arstechnica.com
[02:23:05] <MrPlow> Submitting. Be patient, there's a mandatory delay
[02:23:35] <MrPlow> Story submitted. https://soylentnews.org
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[02:31:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> paulej72, roger. will give em a once over and merge in the morning.
[02:34:53] <chromas> cmn32480: don't recall. Whatever the default is
[02:35:03] * chromas isn't home at the moment
[02:35:41] <cmn32480> some woudl question if chromas is ever really all there
[02:37:09] <paulej72> TheMightyBuzzard: no hurry I was just trying to get familar with the issues log again and I got some of low hanging fruit related to the changes I did with mod and comm redirects
[02:53:18] <SirFinkus> TheMightyBuzzard we were summoned
[02:53:35] <SirFinkus> as the "usual suspects"
[02:53:46] <SirFinkus> "Agreed. I find it odd that those who are the most vociferous when claiming freedom of speech so as to hear all views dont seem to realise that many stop engaging completely due to such toxic comments.
[02:53:46] <SirFinkus> So in the end they only hear from others with the same views as theirs, thus creating their own echo chamber. The very thing they claim to not want."
[02:53:52] <SirFinkus> https://soylentnews.org
[02:53:53] <snowfire> ^ 03SN comment by [02Anonymous Coward] (02Score:0)
[02:54:54] <Tramtrist> score:0
[02:55:13] <Tramtrist> soylent doesnt have enough GNAA posts
[02:55:22] <Deucalion> SirFinkus, pm?
[02:55:26] <SirFinkus> sure
[02:55:31] <SirFinkus> don't need to ask
[02:55:34] <SirFinkus> I'm not shy
[02:55:39] <Deucalion> I always ask
[02:55:52] <SirFinkus> fair nuff
[02:56:14] <SirFinkus> I know freenode gets antsy about that stuff
[02:57:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> SirFinkus, taken care of
[02:57:32] <SirFinkus> figured you'd want in on it
[02:58:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> basically said what you did but in two sentences.
[02:58:28] * SirFinkus likes being verbose
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[02:59:27] <TheMightyBuzzard> ewww, i see SirFinkus's staff
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[03:01:19] <Deucalion> :P
[03:01:54] <SirFinkus> I thought I already sent you pictures of that TheMightyBuzzard
[03:02:01] <Bytram> chromas: SirFinkus: following our little reparte, thought you might find this interesting (I know I did) https://en.wikipedia.org
[03:02:02] <snowfire> ^ 03Wiki: List of pasta
[03:02:22] <SirFinkus> oh shit, we forgot the obvious
[03:02:25] <SirFinkus> ravioli
[03:02:42] <TheMightyBuzzard> ramen ftw
[03:03:23] <Bytram> SirFinkus: orly? Huh! We did!
[03:03:35] <Bytram> #smake TheMightyBuzzard with a wet noodle
[03:03:35] * MrPlow smakes TheMightyBuzzard upside the head with with a wet noodle
[03:03:54] <cmn32480> ~quit
[03:03:56] <exec> successfully saved buckets file (47.5 kb)
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[03:21:01] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Windows 10 Does Not Stop Phoning Home - http://sylnt.us - big-brother-in-action
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[03:29:09] <Bytram> Bender: s/brother-in-/bother-in/
[03:29:09] <sedctl> <Bytram> <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Windows 10 Does Not Stop Phoning Home - http://sylnt.us - big-bother-inaction
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[03:33:14] <SirFinkus> .voice
[03:34:18] <Runaway1956> response to DeathMonkey, if anyone is interested - https://soylentnews.org
[03:34:19] <snowfire> ^ 03SN journal +5 Insightful for calling a woman you disagree with a bitch 04(10 comments)
[03:35:11] <Runaway1956> And, with that, I have to get dressed for work . . . .
[03:35:29] <cmn32480> I'm sure they appreciate you not showing up naked
[03:35:53] <Runaway1956> I'm sure - I don't like looking at fat old men naked either.
[03:41:22] <SirFinkus> haha, not bad
[03:44:17] <cmn32480> sirfinkus - this was a nice way to get the commadn line version working right - http://forums.ncix.com
[03:44:19] <snowfire> ^ 03NCIX FORUMS - Advanced: Ubuntu - CLI Install of V7 Folding at H... Page 1 ( http://forums.ncix.com )
[03:44:33] <cmn32480> you may wanna bookmark that link
[03:45:13] <SirFinkus> done
[03:45:40] * SirFinkus just followed the instructions on the f@h site though
[03:45:53] * cmn32480 isn't that smrt
[03:55:56] <SirFinkus> https://www.youtube.com
[03:55:56] <snowfire> ^ 03LIVE call from Refuge -- FBI Seige Happening. - YouTube
[03:55:59] <SirFinkus> aw shit
[03:57:24] <SirFinkus> live negotiations with the bundy guys
[03:59:27] <takyon> https://www.youtube.com
[03:59:31] <takyon> anyone listening to this
[03:59:40] <takyon> thuis negotiator is fucking bad
[03:59:45] <SirFinkus> holy shit takyon
[03:59:52] <takyon> I'd want to shoot myself if I had to talk to this woman for 5 minutes
[03:59:53] <SirFinkus> scroll back literally 4 lines
[04:00:19] <takyon> "I want you to promise me that you're going to stay on the line"
[04:00:25] <takyon> blah blah blah
[04:00:37] <SirFinkus> their sniper has a clear shot
[04:00:40] <takyon> wow Braveheart.
[04:00:50] <takyon> cite Braveheart and God bruh
[04:01:01] <takyon> call Mel Gibson
[04:01:20] <takyon> she must be working for the FBI to distract them
[04:01:23] <SirFinkus> I'm further ahead than you
[04:01:45] <takyon> how much. 30 seconds?
[04:01:54] <SirFinkus> quite a bit actually
[04:02:12] <takyon> I was having trouble with it earlier. guess I'll refresh and then quote a line
[04:03:06] <takyon> "texting and calling and they do not have what we have"
[04:04:24] <SirFinkus> we need a prayer
[04:04:41] <SirFinkus> "how about read a bit out of the psalms"
[04:04:43] <SirFinkus> lol ok
[04:05:02] <takyon> oh yeah, that's the other delaying tactic
[04:05:07] <takyon> jeeeeesuss christ
[04:05:26] <takyon> do they close their eyes while praying? that might be a good time to take the shot
[04:05:51] <takyon> someone shouted somebody's name, it was scary
[04:05:59] <takyon> "let's just make sure the FBI are being honest"
[04:06:39] <SirFinkus> .voice
[04:07:20] <takyon> "You know what Occam's razor is???"
[04:08:13] <SirFinkus> "delayed communication because of government incompetence"
[04:08:51] <takyon> infrared gear in play
[04:10:26] <SirFinkus> lol
[04:10:34] <takyon> oh man are we hearing the FBI negotiation techniques secondhand?
[04:10:35] <SirFinkus> if they shoot me, it's on their fucking ass
[04:11:05] <takyon> like "hey we know you wanna light that propane heater, but we'd rather arrest you and take us to our warm cars how about that"
[04:11:33] <takyon> "are there any combustibles nearby?" yeah, fucking propane
[04:11:45] <takyon> and human bodies
[04:13:21] <SirFinkus> peace and calm while we set up our mraps
[04:13:26] <takyon> doing a little last minute rebranding: "peace and calm"
[04:14:03] <takyon> "keep praying" because yo ass is gassed
[04:14:25] <takyon> you gonna cry tonight boy
[04:15:34] <takyon> they should have the dude talking the whole time and not the assemblywoman
[04:16:05] <SirFinkus> lol
[04:16:09] <SirFinkus> "they can't shoot you"
[04:16:11] <SirFinkus> ok
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[04:17:48] <takyon> Victoria Sharp?
[04:18:59] <takyon> Victoria gone
[04:19:17] <SirFinkus> .op
[04:20:49] <SirFinkus> .op
[04:24:43] <takyon> i could've made popcorn, but I chose to make a sandwich instead
[04:24:57] <takyon> I can't hear anything
[04:25:01] <takyon> did they just get killed
[04:26:04] <SirFinkus> naw, they're there
[04:26:24] <cmn32480> paulej72++
[04:26:24] <Bender> karma - paulej72: 199
[04:26:28] <takyon> stream chat going apeshit now that there's no sound
[04:26:41] <SirFinkus> I've got ound
[04:26:44] * SirFinkus shrugs
[04:26:49] <takyon> just came back for me
[04:27:33] <takyon> sounds like they had a technical error
[04:27:46] <takyon> endangered their lives just to get them a live performance from Victoria Sharp
[04:31:40] <SirFinkus> holy shit this is great
[04:31:52] <takyon> huge sacrifices
[04:32:09] <takyon> save a propane, burn poo
[04:34:07] <SirFinkus> I love the "muh bible" stuff to try to appeal to them
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[04:34:26] <cmn32480> I'm done
[04:34:32] <cmn32480> ~gnight #soylent
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[04:34:54] <takyon> I feel like Gavin Seim is going to profit immensely from this
[04:35:36] <takyon> "thank you Obama" - she's referencing my gun sales story!!!
[04:37:45] <takyon> 3 year olds reciting the Constitution? wooooowhee, praise be to god
[04:38:03] <takyon> Common Core comes out
[04:38:46] <takyon> "We have to stand up" "Hey you're not the one occupying the outskirts of a federal building!"
[04:38:47] <Deucalion> was it in the closet?
[04:38:56] <takyon> it was out in the open
[04:39:29] <takyon> it came out of the cold... the noble propane-burning occupiers
[04:41:33] * Deucalion has no idea where this is going, pulls ejector handle.
[04:45:42] <SirFinkus> who the fuck is pedro?
[04:46:02] <takyon> lol
[04:46:10] <takyon> mcdonald's sponsored this!
[04:46:12] <SirFinkus> he sounds F A B U L O U S
[04:46:48] <takyon> this is a touching moment
[04:46:54] <SirFinkus> lmao, the numbers got leaked
[04:46:57] <SirFinkus> trolls are calling in
[04:47:38] <takyon> in the chat: "michelle is about as calming as a splinter"
[04:47:50] <takyon> yeah i see numbers in the chat
[04:48:01] <takyon> i'd be surprised if it was real though
[04:48:16] <takyon> oh wtf
[04:48:22] <SirFinkus> dude, they negotiatos are bitching
[04:48:30] <takyon> ok I must have been a couple minutes behind you
[04:48:35] <takyon> because I just got to Pedro
[04:48:48] <Tramtrist> guys username is CheesusCrust...
[04:48:52] <Tramtrist> i laughed
[04:49:08] <takyon> "SHUT IT DOWN!"
[04:49:33] <takyon> "they're talking scary stuff right now"
[04:49:51] <takyon> what program are the using to handle these calls? skype?
[04:50:17] <takyon> reminds me of the "jaffa" moment back during the zimmerman trial
[04:51:04] <SirFinkus> stream fucking up for me
[04:51:27] <takyon> "don't read it aloud"
[04:51:59] <takyon> "they're trying to mess with us... trying to keep the message from getting through"
[04:52:12] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Ten Fingers Not Needed for Fast Typing, Study Shows - http://sylnt.us - hunt-and-peck
[04:52:15] <SirFinkus> those "legions of angels" are going to do a bunch of good against the FBI
[04:52:22] <SirFinkus> "oh shit, they have steaks"
[04:52:34] <takyon> "the people who hate liberty are trying to mess with us"
[04:52:36] <SirFinkus> the mcdonalds tactics won't work now
[04:53:02] <takyon> "THEY'RE messing with our phones, so we're having to fight THEM a little"
[04:53:46] <takyon> "we need some prayer?"
[04:53:52] <takyon> need sum pray bro
[04:54:17] <takyon> finally got to legions of angels part
[04:54:25] <SirFinkus> aww, they're pussing out
[04:54:31] <takyon> so I guess i'm a full 2 minutes behind you
[04:56:27] <SirFinkus> "the prayer of a rightious man does avail much...".... .... .... "ya know?"
[04:57:35] <SirFinkus> "they didn't just lock them away forever"
[04:57:39] <SirFinkus> yeah, they just hanged them
[04:58:10] <takyon> interesting legal theory from the woman
[04:58:21] <takyon> they think the FBI doesn't already have enough to throw charges at them
[05:00:03] <takyon> jesus everything has to be put in a Revolutionary War analogy for these people
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[05:02:24] <Bytram|away> !uid
[05:02:24] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 6112, owned by m2f2
[05:02:29] <Bytram|away> ~time x
[05:02:31] <exec> Thursday, 11 February 2016 @ 5:02 am UTC - Coordinated Universal Time
[05:03:50] <takyon> it's Gavin's brother Nathan! what a cameo
[05:06:03] <takyon> godwin'd yet again
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[05:15:21] <takyon> he accused the FBI of putting the phone number out
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[06:13:23] <crutchy> ~macro ~sn-nick * internal ~api m=user op=get_nick uid=%%trailing%%
[06:13:24] <exec> 02 *** not authorized
[06:13:42] * crutchy gathps!
[06:14:33] <crutchy> exec can't be secure. that's un-crutchy's-coding-like
[06:15:10] <crutchy> or at least it should say 'fuck off ya vajoyna!'
[06:19:46] <Gravis> fucking dbus
[06:21:06] <crutchy> hows the init development going?
[06:22:01] <SirFinkus> crutchy, up for a project? I'd do it, but idk php
[06:22:12] <SirFinkus> it looks easy I think
[06:22:41] <crutchy> smack me in the face with it
[06:23:03] <SirFinkus> f@h bot integration
[06:23:15] <SirFinkus> looks like it could be done with a wget and a grep
[06:23:21] <SirFinkus> https://folding.stanford.edu
[06:23:22] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - What's Nature Worth? Study Helps Put a Price On Groundwater and Other Natural Capital - http://sylnt.us - comparing-apples-to-orchards
[06:23:25] <snowfire> ^ 03Teams Stats — Folding@home
[06:23:39] <SirFinkus> txt dumps are generated hourly, they don't want you scraping the site
[06:24:13] <crutchy> got a txt url handy?
[06:24:29] <SirFinkus> at the bottom of that page
[06:24:52] <SirFinkus> http://fah-web.stanford.edu and http://fah-web.stanford.edu
[06:25:23] <SirFinkus> I could learn php, but I figured you could toss something together in 10 minutes as opposed to 2 hours for me
[06:26:00] <chromas> You can use any language. exec is mighty
[06:26:15] <SirFinkus> oh
[06:26:25] * SirFinkus might try tossing together something in python in that case
[06:26:34] <SirFinkus> my only concern is that the text files are fairly large
[06:26:41] <crutchy> or a little bash script with wget and grep :p
[06:26:57] <SirFinkus> user list is 38MB D:
[06:28:50] <SirFinkus> takes grep 1.08 seconds on my machine on a ssd
[06:29:29] <SirFinkus> so nevermind crutchy, I'll figure it out
[06:29:38] <SirFinkus> expect a pull request soon
[06:30:02] <SirFinkus> sorry Gravis, not using C :(
[06:30:16] <chromas> Use a cron script/systemd timer to curl the file and stuff it into a db, then exec can just poll the db whenever
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[06:30:27] <chromas> complicatedness++
[06:30:27] <Bender> karma - complicatedness: 1
[06:30:55] <SirFinkus> I'm thinking doing it on demand might be more efficient, what kind of bw exec have crutchy?
[06:31:26] <crutchy> wtf is bw?
[06:31:32] <SirFinkus> bandwidth
[06:31:35] <crutchy> oh
[06:31:37] <crutchy> err
[06:31:42] <crutchy> better ask cmn32480
[06:31:56] <SirFinkus> meh, just cronning it every hour would probably be better
[06:32:10] <crutchy> exec has timed scripts
[06:32:28] <crutchy> can run every hour if you want
[06:32:33] <chromas> So would exec emit the current stat each time?
[06:32:36] <SirFinkus> assuming 912MB a day isn't an issue
[06:32:46] <chromas> or would it store the current values and we'd use a command like for !uid
[06:33:00] <chromas> maybe you can rsync it
[06:33:03] <SirFinkus> my thought was you could do something like ~f@h and it'd grep the file for your username and output your score
[06:33:05] <crutchy> it has ability to paste to ix.io now
[06:33:21] <crutchy> or it could store in a bucket to be retrieved on demand
[06:33:23] <SirFinkus> or you could do ~f@h crutchy and it'd show crutchy's contribution
[06:34:16] <crutchy> its pretty flexible
[06:34:19] <SirFinkus> and then just something to output the SN team's position and stats and shit
[06:34:52] * chromas inflates the member count
[06:35:06] <SirFinkus> maybe a leaderboard thing too, but it looks like they don't have that information in the text files they provide
[06:35:25] <SirFinkus> it'd be a lot easier just to scrape the pages lol
[06:35:59] <chromas> or have it connect to all our f@h clients and ask for infos
[06:36:07] <crutchy> [[IRC:exec#exec.txt]]
[06:36:13] <chromas> open your ports, people!
[06:36:15] <SirFinkus> that seems like a nightmare crutchy
[06:36:16] <crutchy> or not
[06:36:18] <SirFinkus> chromas
[06:36:32] <crutchy> http://wiki.soylentnews.org
[06:36:33] <SirFinkus> idea is lowest barrier to entry possible
[06:36:33] <snowfire> ^ 03Wiki: IRC:exec ( http://wiki.soylentnews.org )
[06:37:05] <crutchy> there's a few scripts that could be pilfered from. you just put the exec line in a comment block in your script (regardless of language)
[06:37:07] <SirFinkus> thanks crutchy, I think I'll be able to figure it out
[06:37:28] <SirFinkus> but don't be shocked if you get frantic PMs
[06:37:41] <crutchy> lol i don't mind
[06:38:01] <crutchy> cmn32480 runs exec now cos i'm a shit bot operator
[06:38:11] <crutchy> but i still tinker occasioanlly :)
[06:38:16] <SirFinkus> I know you australians have limited bandwidth, and those queries add up quickly
[06:38:52] <SirFinkus> bender is chromas's bot right?
[06:38:56] <SirFinkus> too man bots
[06:39:04] <SirFinkus> many bots
[06:39:08] <crutchy> bender runs on the irc server
[06:39:21] <SirFinkus> yes, but who is his master?
[06:39:30] <SirFinkus> ...does he have one?
[06:39:30] <chromas> juggs, wasn't it?
[06:39:35] <SirFinkus> ahh
[06:39:36] <crutchy> erm. i think maybe landon
[06:39:41] <chromas> oh yeah, landon
[06:39:45] <SirFinkus> could have sworn it was chromas
[06:39:55] <chromas> nah, Bender's official
[06:40:07] <SirFinkus> chromas = chrome ass = shiny metal ass = bender
[06:40:16] <crutchy> makes sense to me
[06:40:17] <crutchy> :D
[06:40:18] <SirFinkus> my logic is flawless
[06:40:19] <chromas> bit my shiny metal me
[06:40:46] <SirFinkus> don't you have a bot too though chromas?
[06:40:50] <SirFinkus> could have sworn you had one
[06:40:59] * chromas clicks around on his records on the hospital page
[06:41:06] <chromas> only thing I don't like is the part where they want money
[06:41:14] <crutchy> snowfire is chromas' butt
[06:41:14] * SirFinkus misses ciri
[06:41:16] <chromas> Yeah, it's uh
[06:41:24] <chromas> =ping
[06:41:24] <snowfire> pong
[06:41:25] <chromas> that one
[06:41:31] <SirFinkus> novelty name bot
[06:41:59] <chromas> it's helmut speshul
[06:42:25] <SirFinkus> I'll work on the exec thing during anthro tomorrow
[06:42:39] <SirFinkus> we're learning about tibetan cuckolds
[06:44:03] <chromas> in class?
[06:44:11] <SirFinkus> yeah
[06:44:19] <SirFinkus> we had 3 videos today
[06:44:27] <SirFinkus> 2 ted talks
[06:44:30] <SirFinkus> one was tedx
[06:45:03] <chromas> you didn't know you were signing up for a fem99 class
[06:45:10] <SirFinkus> the other one was the daily show
[06:45:30] <SirFinkus> it's been pretty light on the feminism
[06:45:34] <SirFinkus> and I won that argument
[06:45:46] <SirFinkus> well, not strictly
[06:45:48] <chromas> SJW/feminism have a lot of overlap
[06:45:57] <SirFinkus> I won the muslim arguement
[06:45:58] <chromas> Especially with intersectional feminism
[06:46:01] <chromas> cool
[06:46:04] <chromas> did they admit to it?
[06:46:07] <SirFinkus> when it comes to religion, I'm like fucking milo
[06:46:26] <SirFinkus> well, no
[06:46:34] <SirFinkus> but most people in the class seemed to agree with me
[06:46:46] <SirFinkus> even the lesbian chick
[06:47:12] <chromas> SirFinkus++ # lesbian mastery
[06:47:12] <Bender> karma - sirfinkus: 25
[06:47:19] <SirFinkus> not quite
[06:47:36] <SirFinkus> I tried for a date, but, you know, she's a lesbian
[06:47:45] <SirFinkus> or maybe I'm just that ugly
[06:47:51] <chromas> it's probably that one
[06:48:09] <SirFinkus> probably, we still talk and shit though, she's actually pretty neat
[06:48:36] <SirFinkus> similar music and art interests, differences politically, but fun to talk with about them
[06:48:44] <SirFinkus> pity she's a lesbian
[06:50:44] <chromas> Maybe you can get her to try being gay for a day
[06:51:09] <SirFinkus> she is?
[06:51:13] <chromas> she just needs a strap-on, then it's gay. and you can go both ways
[06:51:40] <SirFinkus> you make a good point
[06:51:58] <SirFinkus> getting fucked with a strap on isn't gay as long as the strap on doesn't look like a penis
[06:52:53] <chromas> don't tell her that; she'll change her mind
[06:53:02] <chromas> or change the shape
[06:53:10] <SirFinkus> maybe a fist?
[06:53:18] <chromas> Acceptable
[06:53:57] <SirFinkus> pretty sure she's legit gay though, I've teased her about it a few times and she takes it well, but not *that* well
[06:54:04] <SirFinkus> only really known her for 2 weeks though
[06:55:46] <SirFinkus> I'll just have to wear her down and browbeat her into fucking me with a fist shaped strap on
[06:56:52] <chromas> Tell her a story about a lesbian woman you knew who did that and see how she reacts. She won't suspect a thing
[06:57:11] * chromas makes a giant, Grampa Simpson wink with a loud ding sound effect
[06:57:35] <SirFinkus> oh boy
[06:57:37] <SirFinkus> new term
[06:57:40] <SirFinkus> Bernie-Splaining
[06:57:56] <chromas> how's that different from mansplaining?
[06:58:08] <chromas> and shouldn't it be Bern-splaining?
[06:58:31] <SirFinkus> http://www.nytimes.com
[06:58:31] <snowfire> ^ 03( http://www.nytimes.com )
[06:58:32] <SirFinkus> idk
[07:00:45] <chromas> They seem to conflate "Black" and "African-American"
[07:01:10] <SirFinkus> it's people of color now
[07:01:15] <chromas> african-american forest ham
[07:01:34] <SirFinkus> which is literally colored people, but I don't fucking know
[07:01:40] <chromas> african-american velvet
[07:01:45] <chromas> african-american strap-on
[07:02:11] <chromas> SirFinkus: das racis, yo! you gotta swap the words and put in another word
[07:06:23] <SirFinkus> people of coloreds
[07:06:27] <SirFinkus> am I doing it right?
[07:37:05] <Gravis> <chromas> They seem to conflate "Black" and "African-American" <-- you sound like the kind of person that says Obama isn't black.
[07:37:36] <Gravis> chromas: is that accurate?
[07:40:11] <Gravis> SirFinkus: "<SirFinkus> I tried for a date, but, you know, she's a lesbian or maybe I'm just that ugly" <-- only a fool would assume rejection implies the other person is gay.
[07:41:29] <SirFinkus> she told me she was a lesbian Gravis
[07:41:34] <SirFinkus> so...
[07:41:46] <SirFinkus> pretty sure that's a decent indication that she's a lesbian
[07:42:38] <Gravis> SirFinkus: ok... so... you're so ugly, that she turned gay. way to go. :P
[07:42:55] <SirFinkus> something like that
[07:42:56] <Gravis> SirFinkus: you're ruining the game for everyone else!
[07:43:14] <SirFinkus> I'm going to make her prove it by having sex with another girl in front of me
[07:43:33] * SirFinkus has no ulterior motives whatsover
[07:43:56] <Gravis> /facepalm
[07:44:31] <SirFinkus> jealous of my genius Gravis? s'all right, it's a common problem people have
[07:44:40] <SirFinkus> just strive to be as good as me
[07:45:16] <SirFinkus> shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll be among the stars
[07:45:26] <Gravis> i wish more things in life were leathal for stupid people. :(
[07:45:37] <Gravis> lethal*
[07:45:46] <SirFinkus> was that post an attempt at suicide Gravis?
[07:46:10] <SirFinkus> if you ever need to talk, I'm here for you
[07:46:55] <Gravis> i'm pretty sure a my niece has better insights than you. :P
[07:47:04] <Gravis> she's 6
[07:47:25] <SirFinkus> damn, was just about to ask if she was legal, and if she was hot
[07:47:29] <SirFinkus> guess not
[07:49:21] <Gravis> /facepalm
[07:50:27] <SirFinkus> you miss 100% of the shots you don't take gravis
[07:52:10] <SirFinkus> off to bed
[07:52:23] <SirFinkus> early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise
[07:52:42] * SirFinkus is waiting on the wealthy part
[07:52:51] <SirFinkus> but I guess the early bird gets the worm
[07:58:19] <dyingtolive> but the second mouse gets the cheese.
[08:00:09] <chromas> Gravis: re "you sound like blah blah bullshit": no, that would be stupid
[08:01:13] <Gravis> chromas: so tell me, what is the difference between "Black" and "African-American"?
[08:01:36] <chromas> One's a color and one's a combination of continents, for one
[08:01:54] <chromas> not all black people are african-american, and not all african-americans are black
[08:02:07] <chromas> It's pretty easy to figure out
[08:02:08] <Gravis> mhmm... backpedaling...
[08:02:17] <Gravis> i here ya
[08:02:21] <chromas> uh no
[08:02:21] <Gravis> hear*
[08:03:02] <chromas> #smakeadd gloveslap
[08:03:03] <MrPlow> added: gloveslap
[08:03:13] * chromas thinks of the Simpsons episode
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[08:07:23] <Gravis> chromas: so... what do you call people that are native to india that have come to america?
[08:07:35] <chromas> people
[08:07:36] <Gravis> chromas: red?
[08:08:03] <chromas> indian people are usually brown
[08:08:31] <Gravis> chromas: so they are brown people?
[08:09:04] <Gravis> chromas: and you address them as "Brown" instead of say, Indian-American?
[08:09:29] <chromas> India isn't a continent
[08:09:41] <chromas> If anything, it would be Asian-American
[08:10:13] <Gravis> chromas: so what should the term be for their race?
[08:10:26] <chromas> Human?
[08:10:47] <chromas> Indian, Asian, whatever
[08:11:27] <Tramtrist> hope this gravitaional wave thing means i get my flying car next year
[08:11:28] <Gravis> see, your insitance on "Black" as a classification is problematic.
[08:11:28] <chromas> As far as I know, only "black" and "white" people are commonly referred to by their color
[08:11:30] <Tramtrist> otherwise not really interested
[08:12:08] <chromas> I don't insist on "black" as anything, besides the fact that it's not equal to "african american"
[08:12:10] <Gravis> Tramtrist: it means jack-shit for you.
[08:12:15] <Tramtrist> balls
[08:12:16] <chromas> Ride the gravitational wave, dude!
[08:12:27] <chromas> Gravity surfing, man
[08:12:48] <Gravis> chromas: that is a literal impossibility
[08:13:40] <chromas> You're such a buzzkill, jabronksi. I'm gonna go hang with my botbros, man
[08:13:42] <Gravis> i mean, that's the reason we need a detector to start with!
[08:14:09] <Gravis> chromas: that's /CAPTAIN/ Buzzkill to you!
[08:15:00] <chromas> You gotta, like, totally earn those stripes, man
[08:15:12] <Gravis> ;)
[08:15:33] <chromas> And then, when I sabotage the ship, we fully expect you to die on it for no reason whatsoever
[08:22:11] <chromas> (when the ship goes down)
[08:24:55] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - LIGO Gravitational Wave Detection Announcement Expected on Thursday Morning - http://sylnt.us - Pons-Fleischmann
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[08:38:24] <qkontinuum> coffee++
[08:38:24] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2194
[08:54:56] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: i keep getting "There was an error in your submission; please get a new form and try again." because my mouse likes to double-click when i post. turn that page into a redirect back to the article.
[08:55:49] <Gravis> SirFinkus: they are coming for your guns! HIDE!
[08:56:30] <Tramtrist> same as it ever was
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[09:25:43] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - What's Holding Back the World Economy? - http://sylnt.us - what-would-YOU-do?
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[11:27:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[11:27:02] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2195
[11:27:18] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - James Clapper Opens Door to IoT Real-time Data Collection and Monitoring to Combat those "Gone Dark" - http://sylnt.us - he-should-demonstrate-by-personal-example
[11:56:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> http://stackoverflow.com
[11:56:45] <snowfire> ^ 03What is the best comment in source code you have ever encountered? - Stack Overflow
[11:57:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> nicotine++
[11:57:35] <Bender> karma - nicotine: 20
[11:57:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[11:57:37] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2196
[12:18:36] <Gravis> it had to be said, motherfuckers! https://soylentnews.org
[12:18:37] <snowfire> ^ 03SN comment by [02Gravis (4596)] (02Score:2)
[12:20:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> Gravis, you're loving the unicode support i see.
[12:21:00] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: of course, that's what it's there for.
[12:21:09] <TheMightyBuzzard> more or less, yup
[12:22:03] * TheMightyBuzzard reads up on friendica
[12:22:33] <qkontinuum> Nice case-study on hardcore IS gangsta supaman bro: http://www.dailymail.co.uk
[12:22:33] <snowfire> ^ 03British ISIS fighter who returned to UK because Syria was too cold is jailed for 7 years | Daily Mail Online
[12:22:56] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: looks like shit
[12:23:15] <TheMightyBuzzard> Gravis, friendica does?
[12:23:23] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: yes
[12:24:06] <TheMightyBuzzard> i tend to agree but some folks want that nonsense, so i'm giving it a look to see if it's worth bothering with.
[12:24:29] <Gravis> qkontinuum: they should have just deported him back to syria. ;)
[12:25:54] <TheMightyBuzzard> ye flipping gods. i think i'd rather just throw up an xmpp server. pain in the ass though they are.
[12:26:13] <TheMightyBuzzard> xml--
[12:26:13] <Bender> karma - xml: -4
[12:26:30] <Gravis> php cannot be trusted
[12:26:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> ~say true dat
[12:26:46] <Gravis> it's fucking swiss cheese
[12:26:57] <qkontinuum> Gravis, I like the news the way it is. Better to ridicule those jerks than spawning new fear and hate. If it wasn't for the news, I'd agree. But please deport him directly to Assad or rebel camp...
[12:28:02] <Gravis> qkontinuum: nah, give 'em back to isis and they will decapitate him like he wanted
[12:28:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> friendica we'd basically be stuck maintaining another huge ball of crap on top of multiple rehash servers
[12:29:26] <Gravis> i actually thought up a good scheme for replacing a lot of the current bullshit services
[12:29:37] <TheMightyBuzzard> didja?
[12:29:49] <Gravis> it's not a website, it's a network of it's own. :)
[12:30:37] <Gravis> basically it keeps everything encrypted and stored in a redundant and distributed manner
[12:31:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> hrm
[12:32:20] <Gravis> you can do all your social bullshit but saving an image would present significant difficulty if you are clever enough
[12:32:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> would?
[12:33:27] <Gravis> yeah. it's a program and you keep it all encrypted. just about every platform has tricks to avoid screenshots
[12:35:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> mmm
[12:35:07] <Gravis> but the idea is that you can manage what is shared and it's not backed up anywhere else
[12:35:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> nod nod
[12:35:56] <Gravis> when you want to remove some content, the key to that particular piece is removed from the central control pool
[12:36:51] <TheMightyBuzzard> central control pool sounds iffy
[12:37:12] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: how else would you manage access?
[12:37:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> store authority on a blockchain?
[12:38:06] <TheMightyBuzzard> not ideal but doable. witness namecoin.
[12:39:11] <Gravis> oi... talk about upping the complexity.
[12:39:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> nod nod
[12:39:34] <TheMightyBuzzard> gotta be some happy medium though.
[12:39:45] <Gravis> i think that would slow things down too much
[12:40:21] <Gravis> happy medium? happy for who? fools that post shit?
[12:41:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> distributed authority file maybe? only allow additions/deletions from the account they're tied to. not sure how i'd do that securely/reliably though.
[12:41:27] <Gravis> oh yeah... i'm sure everyone wants a 40GB authority file
[12:42:02] <Gravis> keep it simple, retard
[12:42:09] <TheMightyBuzzard> yeah, that's my main beef with blockchains.
[12:42:56] <Gravis> besides, it doesn't have the be the best damn thing ever... just better than shit that's out there
[12:43:07] <TheMightyBuzzard> authority file could be small though. only need to store basically a login/pass for everyone.
[12:43:12] <TheMightyBuzzard> nod nod
[12:45:02] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: ok... let's say you have 100 million accounts. so how's that going to work out?
[12:45:42] <Gravis> allow me to tell you! it will be very very slow
[12:45:47] <TheMightyBuzzard> pffft
[12:46:20] <TheMightyBuzzard> store the passwords plaintext. plaintext zips easier.
[12:46:32] <Gravis> ;)
[12:46:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> that's currently my main beef with the best xmpp server i found. fucking plaintext passwords.
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[12:47:26] <Gravis> it's obviously not the best
[12:47:49] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: your requirements are wrong
[12:48:23] <TheMightyBuzzard> ah but if i just add a wee bit of encryption to the source, all's better.
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[12:49:28] <Gravis> oh sure... except you will fuck it up and it's will be amatuear hour security.
[12:50:08] <TheMightyBuzzard> man even i can write a secure implementation of sha256ing a password.
[12:51:09] <AndyTheAbsurd> You should know better than to encrypt a password. You use hashes for that.
[12:51:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> or i could pawn it off on Subsentient since he digs on writing C more.
[12:51:54] <cmn32480> ~gday ya bastids
[12:51:56] * exec diabolically tosses a bathtub of bewb to ya
[12:52:17] <TheMightyBuzzard> and being able to pawn work off on someone else is always a plus in a project.
[12:52:25] <cmn32480> coffee++
[12:52:25] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2197
[12:52:27] <TheMightyBuzzard> cmn32480, mornin
[12:52:29] <Gravis> amatuear hour security.
[12:52:33] <cmn32480> how goes buzzard
[12:52:51] <cmn32480> at the strip club??? sweet!
[12:53:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> Gravis, not talking authentication for the clients. i just dislike having passwords stored in the server db plaintext. sha256 and a little salt solves that.
[12:54:38] <TheMightyBuzzard> and that's not amateur hour, that's industry standard. or should be.
[12:54:40] <Gravis> TheMightyBuzzard: your not talking security either.
[12:55:42] <Gravis> you're*
[12:56:43] <TheMightyBuzzard> there is nothing currently insecure about salting and sha256ing passwords.
[12:58:29] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - AT&T Does Not Care About Protecting Your Privacy - http://sylnt.us - who-does?
[12:58:41] <Gravis> do you even realize who made sha-2?
[12:59:45] <TheMightyBuzzard> which? sha-2 is a whole family of algorithms.
[12:59:55] <TheMightyBuzzard> all made by different people/groups
[13:00:30] <TheMightyBuzzard> NIST published the collection but they didn't write any of them.
[13:01:16] <cmn32480> ~tell sirfonkus bandwith is not an issue.
[13:01:18] <exec> message saved
[13:01:53] * TheMightyBuzzard chuckles
[13:02:01] <TheMightyBuzzard> cmn32480, tab completion is your friend.
[13:02:50] <cmn32480> shaddap
[13:02:59] <cmn32480> ~tell SirFinkus bandwith is not an issue.
[13:03:01] <exec> message saved
[13:03:17] <cmn32480> but if a guy named sirfonkus ever logs in.. he'll get an interesting message
[13:03:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> good idear. think i'll do that while i have a smoke.
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[13:03:29] <sirfonkus> wut?
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[13:07:04] <TheMightyBuzzard> nicotine++
[13:07:04] <Bender> karma - nicotine: 21
[13:07:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> coffee++
[13:07:06] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2198
[13:07:27] <cmn32480> now if I can get the network conenction in South Carolina stabilized.. I cang et some real work done
[13:11:02] <Gravis> cmn32480: why get real work done when they can pay more you to do it tomorrow? :P
[13:11:19] <Gravis> you more*
[13:12:13] <cmn32480> am an employee not a contractor, and I have deadlines that need to be met.
[13:14:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> hire me as a contractor. i been meaning to get out to SC and get some drinking done with old friends.
[13:19:14] <cmn32480> I shall consider that Buzzard
[13:19:24] <cmn32480> if I ever need perl programming done
[13:32:05] * cmn32480 thinks he found the issue with his network connection... but South Carolina is still funky
[13:33:48] <TheMightyBuzzard> indeed. specially when the wind blows the paper mill stink your way.
[13:35:07] <paulej72> coffee++
[13:35:07] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2199
[13:37:11] <TheMightyBuzzard> oh, okay, good. they added bcrypt support and just didn't update their mysql tables descriptions.
[13:37:18] <TheMightyBuzzard> mornin, paulej72
[13:37:42] <cmn32480> "What version of Internet Explorer are we running?"
[13:37:49] * cmn32480 packs up and goes home
[13:37:59] <paulej72> ie7
[13:38:13] <paulej72> morning buzzard
[13:38:15] <cmn32480> we are version locked to IE10
[13:38:30] <cmn32480> until a specific piece of software gets updated
[13:38:39] <paulej72> tab completet does not work with normal words, this is a bug I tell you.
[13:38:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> indeed.
[13:39:21] <TheMightyBuzzard> need a dictionary so we can have the same fun phone users have.
[13:39:38] <paulej72> nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
[13:40:03] * paulej72 really hates autocomplete
[13:40:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> just do it the right way. make it sit there and be fucking silent until you hit tab.
[13:40:48] <cmn32480> bender's quote db have enough disk space for that kind of fun?
[13:40:56] <TheMightyBuzzard> sure
[13:41:03] <paulej72> TheMightyBuzzard: i was looking through the issues list and there were a few I tought we fixed but were still open
[13:41:04] <TheMightyBuzzard> it's not even gzipped currently.
[13:41:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> paulej72, ya, we been lazy about closing issues.
[13:45:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> i'm playing with an xmpp server today. thinking of setting one up for the site and letting users optionally tie an account on it to their user account.
[13:47:08] <paulej72> how much memory does it need. That is our biggest resource constraint
[13:52:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> s'what i plan on finding out.
[13:52:08] <TheMightyBuzzard> among other things
[14:05:35] <cmn32480> what does an xmpp server gain us?
[14:07:27] <AndyTheAbsurd> real time chat for people that don't want to set up an IRC client and connect to a random IRC server.
[14:07:48] <cmn32480> so they will set up to connect to a random xmpp server instead?
[14:07:59] <cmn32480> mmmmmm k
[14:08:01] <qkontinuum> cmn32480, easier p2p communication? I'm not sure if there are good IRC clients for smartphones
[14:08:16] <AndyTheAbsurd> yes...for some reason people seem to be more to do that than to use the "antiquated" IRC protocol.
[14:09:22] <qkontinuum> Also, xmpp should afaik allow to use the the same usernames, to have a consistent identity. IRC has a restricted namespace.
[14:10:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> cmn32480, not random, ours.
[14:10:52] <TheMightyBuzzard> plus you can do voice/video over it.
[14:11:46] <cmn32480> just waht I wanna see./.. TheMightyBuzzard 's ugly mug staring back at me
[14:11:50] <TheMightyBuzzard> not sure if this server can handle multi-party chat or not. will find out.
[14:12:07] * TheMightyBuzzard aims his camera downwards a couple feet
[14:12:23] <qkontinuum> Does xmpp buffer messages? (IRC doesn't)
[14:12:28] * cmn32480 gets the telephoto lens
[14:12:52] <cmn32480> irc does with a bouncer
[14:12:57] <TheMightyBuzzard> qkontinuum, no idear
[14:13:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> i know some xmpp servers can. not sure if it's basic functionality.
[14:14:33] <cmn32480> ~time
[14:14:35] <exec> Thursday, 11 February 2016 @ 9:14 am EST - Baltimore, MD, USA
[14:14:42] <qkontinuum> cmn32480, I assume each user would have to set up his own bouncer? Or could the server have one for all users?
[14:15:05] <cmn32480> a bouncer can have multiple users
[14:15:14] <cmn32480> the staff here use one
[14:15:37] <cmn32480> I know some of the guys have their own that keeps them logged inot other server/channels
[14:15:45] <cmn32480> ZNC is the one that seems to be pretty common
[14:16:11] <cmn32480> and I have just told you everything I know about bouncers qkontinuum
[14:16:48] <qkontinuum> Would it be possible to have one available to all users on chat.soylentnews.org?
[14:17:08] <cmn32480> and suddenly you are above my pay grade
[14:17:48] <cmn32480> short answer - I don't know.
[14:19:04] <TheMightyBuzzard> possible, probably. will/should we? meh, who knows.
[14:22:06] <qkontinuum> Ok, in that case xmpp *does* provide some advantages, I guess...
[14:23:31] <TheMightyBuzzard> in theory you can also connect to google/yahoo/etc chat users
[14:23:46] <cmn32480> can we get Youtube comments piped in?
[14:23:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> shurg
[14:24:53] * cmn32480 kicks this project to the curb
[14:28:19] <TheMightyBuzzard> nicotine time again
[14:29:42] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Breeding Wildness Back Into Our Fruits and Vegetables - http://sylnt.us - evolution-beats-chemicals
[14:51:33] <TheMightyBuzzard> fuckin hell the documentation on jabberd2 sucks balls
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[15:36:26] * TheMightyBuzzard grumbles
[15:36:36] <TheMightyBuzzard> bloody jabberd2 won't go
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[16:31:15] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Possible Legal Breakthrough for Autonomous Cars in the U.S. - http://sylnt.us - does-the-vehicle-pay-the-tickets,-too? || Gravitational Waves Detected From Black Hole Merger - http://sylnt.us - feeling-heavier-then-lighter-today
[16:33:15] <takyon> INTERSTELLAR 2
[16:56:05] * Runaway1956 sighs
[16:56:39] <takyon> http://live.reuters.com
[16:56:46] <Runaway1956> I just sent a valentine's day note to that sweetie, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, expressing my love of the DNC.
[16:58:31] <Runaway1956> Merging black holes?
[16:58:34] <cmn32480> she''s a hottie
[16:59:15] <takyon> wut
[16:59:22] <Runaway1956> See my journal for the hot memo, LOL
[16:59:25] <takyon> ok
[17:00:18] <Runaway1956> Merging black holes. Intriguing. Errrr, wait, is that the right word? Maybe I've spent to much time reading Ethanol's posts.
[17:00:33] <Runaway1956> Merging black holes. Why, THAT'S RACIST!!!
[17:00:41] <chromas> The technical term is scissoring
[17:01:10] <Runaway1956> Ahhhhhh - that's better.
[17:01:57] <Runaway1956> So, how many pounds am I going to gain, then lose?
[17:03:13] <takyon> about 0
[17:03:21] <takyon> + or - a lot
[17:04:01] <Runaway1956> I expect to feel exhausted before the day is over - it's already beginning to overwhelm me.
[17:10:32] <chromas> TheMightyBuzzard: if you do get an xmpp server up, are you going to give us the option to embed a jacascript client into our SN pages?
[17:10:39] <chromas> Soylent+
[17:10:57] <Runaway1956> Soylent++
[17:10:57] <Bender> karma - soylent: 4
[17:11:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> why the hell would i mess up a perfectly good site like that?
[17:11:11] <Runaway1956> ya lazy sod, you gotta hit + twice
[17:11:16] <TheMightyBuzzard> run pidgin like a sane person
[17:11:50] <Runaway1956> Pigeons don't run, do they? I thought they bobbed around, until they decide to fly.
[17:12:30] <TheMightyBuzzard> got one running on staff at the moment. no ssl, plaintext password auth. bout to shut it down until i get it configured to be more secure-like.
[17:13:15] <Runaway1956> coffee++
[17:13:15] <Bender> karma - coffee: 2200
[17:13:15] <chromas> Well then what's the point if we can't chat right from the site? :)
[17:13:25] <Runaway1956> jihad--
[17:13:25] <Bender> karma - jihad: -5
[17:13:40] <chromas> jihad me at "hello"
[17:13:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> chromas, beats the hell outa me.
[17:13:43] <chromas> jello
[17:14:03] <chromas> You can also do multi-user chat, so we could replace irc :D
[17:14:26] <TheMightyBuzzard> think this server needs a plugin for multi-user before that'll work.
[17:14:28] <chromas> which ircd are you using?
[17:14:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> should do voice n video just fine though
[17:14:41] <Runaway1956> But, IRC is cool. For about 25 or 30 years, all the cool kids have been on IRC
[17:14:54] <TheMightyBuzzard> charybdis
[17:14:55] <chromas> irc doesn't use xmp though. it's not webscale
[17:15:02] <chromas> oh der[
[17:15:07] <chromas> I meant xmppd
[17:15:21] * chromas can't even derp right
[17:15:34] <Runaway1956> xmp police department? Must be Florida.
[17:15:35] <TheMightyBuzzard> jabber2
[17:15:42] <chromas> 95% of all xmpp servers use java
[17:15:51] <TheMightyBuzzard> this one uses c, baby
[17:16:03] <chromas> neat
[17:16:15] <chromas> there's also ones written in lua and other languages nobody uses
[17:16:23] <chromas> erlang
[17:16:25] <Runaway1956> almost anything is better than java, except javascript
[17:17:25] <chromas> It's good they named it "javascript", that way it gets the negative name brand association it deserves
[17:17:59] <chromas> aw, "the event has ended" on that "live stream" page, and I could never get it to play the video :(
[17:18:07] <Runaway1956> mmm-hmmm - the only thing that ranks as low, is Flash, but that's not a language . .
[17:18:21] <chromas> it has actionscript or something
[17:19:03] <chromas> Remember when Flash was used for more than just a bloated video player? Pepperidge Farm remembers
[17:20:03] <Runaway1956> I remember when it was the most annoying advertising popup crap in the world - back before flashblock and adblockers.
[17:20:52] <TheMightyBuzzard> okey doke, shutting down jabberd2 until i can get it secured and using mysql and stuff.
[17:20:57] * chromas wonders why all those meat brands have "farm(s)" in the name: hickory farms, pepperige farm, foster farms
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[17:21:16] <chromas> state farm
[17:21:51] <Runaway1956> What about the county farm?
[17:22:03] <chromas> is that a brand?
[17:22:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> maggie's farm
[17:22:25] <chromas> country farm girls 36
[17:22:26] <Runaway1956> Cool Hand Luke's county farm brand.
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[17:22:41] <TheMightyBuzzard> damn, forgot to take the garbage out this week
[17:23:02] <chromas> run, tmb, run!
[17:23:10] <TheMightyBuzzard> way too late
[17:23:25] <Runaway1956> the wife didn't forget - every Thursday, when I come in from work, she greets me with, "Time to take the trash out!"
[17:23:35] <chromas> (see how he runs. go, tmb, go!)
[17:23:50] <Runaway1956> Thought that was Dick?
[17:24:16] <chromas> I need #feminism because trash bags are misogynists who don't take themselves out
[17:24:33] <Runaway1956> LOL
[17:24:59] <chromas> Dick, tmb, what's the difference? :D
[17:25:15] <Runaway1956> !grab
[17:25:15] <Bender> grab <nick>
[17:25:27] <Runaway1956> fek, I screwed that up,
[17:25:54] * chromas notes that "same difference" doesn't make any sense with just one comparison, but people say it anyway
[17:26:32] <snowfire> Bender: grab Runaway1956
[17:26:32] <Bender> Added quote 669
[17:27:18] <Runaway1956> Maybe I'll go take a nap, and dream up a new love note to Debbie Washboard Shultz.
[17:32:01] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Andreessen Apologizes for Snarky Tweet About India - http://sylnt.us - commonwealth-navigator
[17:35:39] <takyon> i gave you a commnt
[17:36:53] <TheMightyBuzzard> !grab chromas
[17:36:53] <Bender> Added quote 670
[17:37:49] <Runaway1956> Reading the links now, takyon - and yeah, "illary" ;^)
[17:40:02] <TheMightyBuzzard> believe i'll have a nap now
[17:40:05] <TheMightyBuzzard> naps++
[17:40:05] <Bender> karma - naps: 35
[17:52:11] <takyon> http://www.theregister.co.uk
[17:52:12] <snowfire> ^ 03Health and Safety to prosecute over squashed Harrison Ford • The Register
[17:53:08] <chromas> See, Lucas new
[17:53:19] <chromas> That's why he used virtual doors
[17:54:09] <takyon> hahah
[17:54:15] <takyon> should have used virtual actors
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[18:58:22] <lauraa> hiii
[18:59:00] <AndyTheAbsurd> hello lauraa. How can we help you today?
[19:00:33] <cmn32480> welcome back laura... haven't seen you in a while
[19:03:11] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Moore's Law Is Dead. For Real This Time. Honest! - http://sylnt.us - where-is-mccoy-when-you-need-him
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[19:04:08] <lauraa> been a couple of weeks :P
[19:04:43] <AndyTheAbsurd> ah, crap, this #Soylent, not #palemoon.
[19:04:53] * AndyTheAbsurd wonders how he screwed that up.
[19:05:08] <lauraa> :s
[19:05:22] <lauraa> why are u absurd?
[19:07:26] <AndyTheAbsurd> I'm an overevolved monkey living on a dirt spaceship with no control room stuck in orbit around an enormous ball of hydrogen that is busily fusing into hydrogen. Most of the people around me are unhappy because they do not have enough small green pieces of paper. What part of this situation is *not* absurd?
[19:07:50] <lauraa> oooooooooooooook :|
[19:08:49] <AndyTheAbsurd> Also I have deficient color vision (anamolous trichromt) and very poor facial recognition (prosopagnosia).
[19:11:53] <lauraa> oh
[19:13:16] <AndyTheAbsurd> I'm sure I could come up with a list of other things if you wanted
[19:13:25] <lauraa> no its ok :P
[19:13:38] <AndyTheAbsurd> but sadly I have paid work to do today so I can't just sit here and entertain you.
[19:13:52] <lauraa> :(
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[19:51:50] <takyon> http://www.npr.org
[19:51:51] <snowfire> ^ 03Oregon Occupation Ends As Last Holdout Surrenders : The Two-Way : NPR
[20:01:20] <takyon> http://www.imdb.com
[20:01:21] <snowfire> ^ 03Hardcore (2015) - IMDb
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[20:03:57] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Swedish Researchers Use Wood To Make Carbon Fiber Car Components - http://sylnt.us - seeing-the-saab-for-the-trees
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[20:23:11] <chromas> "No one was injured, and no shots were fired,"
[20:23:16] <chromas> so where's the fun in that?
[20:24:51] Bytram|away is now known as Bytram
[20:55:00] <takyon> http://www.theregister.co.uk
[20:55:01] <snowfire> ^ 03Time acquires Myspace, creates 2004's most fearsome media giant • The Register
[20:59:27] <takyon> http://www.marketwatch.com
[20:59:28] <snowfire> ^ 03Meet ‘Jane,’ the sexy and lithe lead actress in every Hollywood script - MarketWatch
[21:02:18] * cmn32480 laughs uncontrollably
[21:02:36] <cmn32480> I jsut had to ask one of my techs if they had plugged the unit in to the PC
[21:02:40] <cmn32480> and they hadn't
[21:02:57] <takyon> gg
[21:04:01] <takyon> http://www.marketwatch.com
[21:04:02] <snowfire> ^ 03Donald Trump, Univision settle Miss Universe lawsuit - MarketWatch
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[21:29:34] <Bytram> http://www.sciencedaily.com
[21:29:35] <snowfire> ^ 03GPS tracking down to the centimeter: Technology will be used for high precision positioning in mobile devices, autonomous vehicles and related applications -- ScienceDaily
[21:30:47] <takyon> and tracking your bowel movements from FBI HQ
[21:31:32] <Bytram> takyon: no thtanks, i'll pass
[21:31:36] <Bytram> :P
[21:31:48] <takyon> you'll pass, and they'll know
[21:33:07] <Bytram> oh shit!
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[21:35:07] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Goodbye Cardboard: Google to Create VR Headset to Compete with Samsung's Gear VR - http://sylnt.us - glass-on-steroids
[21:36:36] <Bytram> #submit http://arstechnica.com
[21:36:36] <MrPlow> Submitting. Be patient, there's a mandatory delay
[21:37:07] <MrPlow> Story submitted. https://soylentnews.org
[21:40:01] <takyon> I already submitted that story
[21:40:07] <takyon> it's the first one on the main page
[21:40:17] <takyon> nope never mind
[21:40:27] <takyon> I think I should slink away now
[21:40:55] * Bytram smiles and waves
[21:43:01] <Bytram> huh? I don't think that was the link i wanted to submit... I'l be sure to check it against the story that already ran, first.
[21:44:28] <Bytram> oh.
[21:45:00] <Bytram> I confused Bender's noting of a story making it to the main page with the response from #MrPlow as to my submission.
[21:45:05] <Bytram> iow nvm!
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[22:15:53] <cmn32480> ~gday #soylent
[22:15:57] * exec prematurely offers a wine flute of spew to #soylent
[22:17:01] <Bytram> !uid
[22:17:02] <Bender> The current maximum UID is 6113, owned by PBear
[22:17:14] * Bytram hums Winnie the Pooh
[22:17:18] <Bytram> ~weather Boston
[22:17:20] <exec> 10Boston, MA, USA - currently 22°F, mostly cloudy, wind W at 23 mph, humidity 34% - Thursday cloudy (7°F:26°F), Friday partly cloudy (15°F:26°F), Saturday partly cloudy (-5°F:16°F), Sunday partly cloudy (-5°F:14°F)
[22:17:23] <Bytram> ~weather portland, me
[22:17:25] <exec> 10Portland, ME, USA - currently 21°F, light snow showers, wind NW at 10 mph, humidity 73% - Thursday scattered snow showers (4°F:27°F), Friday mostly sunny (12°F:24°F), Saturday mostly cloudy (-2°F:21°F), Sunday partly cloudy (-4°F:15°F)
[22:17:26] <Bytram> ~weather presque isle
[22:17:28] <exec> 10Presque Isle, ME, USA - currently 17°F, snow showers, wind NW at 6 mph, humidity 86% - Thursday partly cloudy (-1°F:22°F), Friday partly cloudy (-6°F:9°F), Saturday cloudy (-10°F:17°F), Sunday mostly cloudy (-12°F:5°F)
[22:27:01] <Gravis> ~weather hell
[22:27:03] <exec> 10Washington, DC, USA - currently 27°F / -3°C, mostly sunny, wind NW at 15 mph, humidity 31% - Thursday clear with periodic clouds (17°F:29°F / -8°C:-2°C), Friday mostly cloudy (20°F:35°F / -7°C:2°C), Saturday cloudy (9°F:21°F / -13°C:-6°C), Sunday mostly sunny (15°F:25°F / -9°C:-4°C)
[22:37:16] <takyon> http://www.cnn.com
[22:37:16] <snowfire> ^ 03Nearly 50 Georgia correctional officers arrested for drug trafficking - CNNPolitics.com
[22:42:32] <chromas> sure, take away all the fun officers
[22:43:49] <takyon> they can party on the inside
[22:45:22] <chromas> need drugs to get through the day of eating brakepad meals and the disallowance of playing d&d
[23:06:17] <Bender> [SoylentNews] - Riffing on Java vs. Node/JavaScript - http://sylnt.us - code-on
[23:26:25] <chromas> "We shouldn't forget that MS had to release a patch for XP because it used the 640K "DOS space" to hold the current desktop (wallpaper, icons etc."
[23:26:35] <chromas> I've never heard of that; was that really a thing?
[23:31:54] <takyon> never heard of it
[23:34:41] <chromas> me'ither
[23:35:29] <Bytram> it does ring a bell for me, though I don't recall experiencing it, personally.
[23:35:37] <Bytram> how do you search for THAT?
[23:36:07] <chromas> I'm not sure; mostly I get pages about wallpapers and other unrelated stuff
[23:36:26] <takyon> just how microsoft wants it
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[23:36:30] <takyon> dead and buried history
[23:36:31] <chromas> I saw it on a comment on the register, which has one of the shittiest comment systemd ever devised
[23:37:02] <chromas> Maybe soylent should aim to be a drop-in comment system for other sites, like disqus and stuff
[23:44:41] <chromas> ah oh, beta's creeping up to number 4 on our f@h team list
[23:46:32] <cmn32480> and /me is creeping into the #2 spot
[23:46:41] <cmn32480> that R710 is making a big difference!
[23:47:25] <chromas> are you also still running it on exec's box?
[23:47:31] <cmn32480> yep
[23:47:34] <cmn32480> slowly
[23:47:34] <chromas> you could have exec on the list too
[23:47:47] <cmn32480> then I woudln't get the credit
[23:47:49] * chromas notes that you can change the names
[23:48:12] <chromas> what's your estimated points per day?
[23:48:18] <cmn32480> which box?
[23:48:36] <chromas> If you're running FAHcontrol you can connect to all your boxes and it'll show a total in the status bar
[23:48:50] <cmn32480> let me connect my VPN adn I'll tell you
[23:49:34] <cmn32480> 22776
[23:49:38] <chromas> I had to add a line to the config.xml to allow remote access to it
[23:49:40] <chromas> ah you bastard
[23:49:54] <chromas> I've only got 17,303 across three boxen
[23:50:00] <cmn32480> dude... I got server hardware spinning this
[23:50:11] <cmn32480> adn that ius running at medium
[23:50:25] * cmn32480 spins the server up to high
[23:50:25] <chromas> I've got three desktops, one with cpu and gpu cores running
[23:50:45] <chromas> oh shit, I should'a kept mine set to my name just to maximize my time at the top o' the list
[23:51:01] <cmn32480> 24-48 hours... and you are out!
[23:51:11] <chromas> poor SirFinkus
[23:51:26] <cmn32480> it takes a minute to update...
[23:51:36] <chromas> damn, and all the extra vidya cards I have sitting around aren't supported by that
[23:51:38] <cmn32480> current PPD on the R710 is 17703
[23:52:04] <cmn32480> exec is 506ppd
[23:52:17] <cmn32480> laptop is 4400
[23:52:22] <cmn32480> on light
[23:52:23] * chromas sneaks over to the college computer lab and installs f@h everywhere
[23:53:23] * chromas has shitty amd bulldozers
[23:55:47] <chromas> I wonder how many shekels this will up the power bill
[23:55:59] <cmn32480> unknown
[23:56:09] <cmn32480> at my house? nearly none
[23:56:15] <cmn32480> at work? who cares!
[23:56:22] <chromas> Saves a bit on heating I guess, but gas is far cheaper so that doesn't help
[23:56:33] * cmn32480 wishes he could get the VRTX chugging on this just to see the numbers
[23:56:57] <chromas> Is that something you could just run for a couple hours and have it shoot to the top of the list?
[23:57:07] <cmn32480> unknown
[23:57:24] * cmn32480 digs for the VRTX specs
[23:57:33] * chromas internets it
[23:57:56] <chromas> ooh, arrow keys right on the case
[23:58:23] * chromas recalls the commodore 265 or whatever
[23:58:31] <cmn32480> Qty 2 M620's
[23:58:32] <cmn32480> 2 x Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620 v2 @ 2.10GHz
[23:58:37] <cmn32480> 128GB RAM
[23:58:47] <chromas> commodore 264
[23:59:03] * chromas adjusts; clears throat
[23:59:16] <chromas> I would like to touch hardware of such specs
[23:59:21] <cmn32480> http://ark.intel.com
[23:59:21] <snowfire> ^ 03Intel Xeon Processor E5-2620 v2 (15M Cache, 2.10 GHz) Specifications
[23:59:29] <cmn32480> not without a tissue in your other hand
[23:59:45] <cmn32480> 6 cored per CPU
[23:59:50] <chromas> socks are better because mom doesn't suspect a thing
[23:59:54] <cmn32480> each M620 has 2
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