Time Nick Message 00:32 JoeJulian pdurbin: How about https://gist.github.com/joejulian/6275783? 00:43 pdurbin JoeJulian: ooo. .take ... thanks 00:54 * pdurbin looks at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16555206/arrays-in-ruby-take-vs-limit-vs-first 09:37 joshu_ semiosis Lima looks pretty cool. How do you think the "decentralized P2P VPN" works? 09:38 joshu_ Do you mean that when you launch the Lima app on say your iOS device, it establishes a VPN connection between your iOS device and your Lima device? If so they it's pretty much just a VPN server running on your Lima or am I wrong? 09:39 joshu_ *they 12:10 pdurbin using :%retab! for the first time in vim and it's awesome: http://vimdoc.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/change.html#%3aretab 13:13 dotplus does rackspace cloud offer a 'free tier' like AWS? I'm looking at doing some provisioning automation with libcloud so I was hoping for free time on basically as many as I could get my hands on, but at least the big ones RS/AWS. (And then extend to my own openstack, Joyent (for cross-OS fun) and maybe others) 14:01 dotplus ha, *now* I know I'm in a) the future b) HPC, I overheard: "each filesystem only has ~2.5PB, one of my concerns..." 15:32 semiosis joshu_: that would be my guess. the web site did mention that the device runs openwrt 15:33 semiosis joshu_: the problem then becomes how does the mobile app find the address of the device. users can't be expected to set up their own dynamic dns 15:34 pdurbin dotplus: rackspace free tier? http://irclog.perlgeek.de/crimsonfu/2013-07-22#i_7357323 15:34 pdurbin but I think only the accounts are free? like how amazon accounts are free :) 15:38 dotplus hm, perhaps westmaas can comment? 15:39 semiosis pdurbin: bait & switch with the free vms for open source? 16:00 pdurbin i don't know 16:00 westmaas its supposed to be coming, not sure on the status 16:01 westmaas will try to find out 16:05 pdurbin westmaas: you da man 16:12 dotplus that would be lovely! 16:55 evms hey, anybody at Harvard maintain an Emacs24 rpm? We found one online already but we prefer a Harvard maintained one — btw I work at IQSS 17:00 evms pdurbin: hey do you have emacs24 in the FASRC repo? 17:09 pdurbin evms: fasrc has various versions of emacs as modules not RPMs: http://rc.fas.harvard.edu/module_list/ 17:39 sjoeboo evms: important to note those modules are for use inside our infrastructure. 17:39 sjoeboo which just this weekend finally grew by 28K cores. 17:41 evms understood 17:41 evms I just wanted the Emacs24 base RPM 17:41 evms we use pacakge.el management for Emacs24 not RPMs 17:45 semiosis filezilla password recovery protip... set up your own FTP server, change server address in filezilla, capture traffic, connect. 17:46 * semiosis just sayin 18:08 JoeJulian lol 18:09 pdurbin semiosis: !