00:02:13 <ion> boily: Try naga jolokia next. That’s fun.
00:05:45 <oerjan> seems like the bhut of many practical jokes.
00:08:04 <oerjan> such crunchy goodness. but bad for teeth.
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00:08:48 <lexande> oerjan: is frozen pizza cheap in .no?
00:09:03 <oerjan> no food is cheap in .no.
00:09:23 <lexande> in .uk frozen pizza was approximately the cheapest food, i could get a frozen pizza that weighed a pound and cost a pound
00:09:41 <lexande> here in .us frozen pizza is annoyingly expensive, buying prepared pizza is actually cheaper!
00:10:16 <oerjan> ok norway is not _that_ bad.
00:10:22 <boily> frozen pizza is around CAD 7.
00:10:43 <lexande> i can get a decent slice of hot prepared pizza for $1
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00:11:17 <lexande> well, the place offering this near my house closes at midnights, though others elsewhere in the city are open all hours
00:12:41 <oerjan> iirc the pizzas i buy are about $10, but they're not the cheapest, the cheapest don't get me full...
00:12:53 <shachaf> i heard norwegian pizzas are v. expensive
00:13:05 <shachaf> i think the price i heard was ~$30
00:13:26 <oerjan> that would be in a restaurant.
00:14:11 <oerjan> i think the small size is cheaper than that in the restaurant i like to go to, but i rarely buy pizza there.
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00:19:35 <Sgeo> Is vim particularly likbut tather know-and-peck?
00:19:37 <Sgeo> n't really touch-type, but rather know-and-peck?
00:19:44 <Sgeo> Hmm, the gibberish that just got typed in didn't go through, according to the logs?
00:19:55 <fungot> Sgeo: then how about assigning ' fnord'. what does. :d
00:20:01 <oerjan> that looked pretty gibberish to me
00:20:25 <Sgeo> It.... seems like it took a while for anything to go from my client to channel
00:20:40 <oerjan> or to glogbot, perhaps
00:21:04 <Sgeo> fungot took 11 seconds to respond to me?
00:21:04 <fungot> Sgeo: i guess i will do when i get to go!! i'm a genius! let me know
00:21:21 <Sgeo> oh, more than that
00:21:24 <fungot> oerjan: it could potentially be awesome. gatech, caltech, berkeley and a few other pessimal algos too
00:21:32 <Sgeo> Also, what I intended to say in the first place:
00:21:47 <Sgeo> Is vim particularly likely to be bad if I don't really touch-type, but rather know-and-peck?
00:23:31 <oerjan> how does that apply to vim as opposed to any other editor?
00:24:01 <oerjan> muscle memory is important for all editors, surely
00:24:02 <Sgeo> Because vim apparently encourages keeping hands on the home row, which I don't normally do while typing?
00:24:04 <^v> so any halp with moi brainfuck problem
00:24:18 <Sgeo> I have muscle memory, it just doesn't particularly involve the home row as much as genuine touch-typing
00:24:39 <Sgeo> It's Sgeo-brand typing, not standard-brand typing
00:25:50 <oerjan> i might chastise you, but my touch typing has slipped and my fingers rarely stay stable on the home row.
00:26:19 <Sgeo> I think Bike wanted to see a video of me typing
00:26:24 <Sgeo> Still have yet to make tht
00:26:33 <oerjan> also as someone who uses vim _without_ using the hjkl commands much, i might not be one to ask.
00:26:58 <shachaf> "home row" is asdf hjkl anyway
00:27:06 <oerjan> (i use them in visual mode, but only because gvim has a bug that makes arrows not work there)
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00:44:16 <boily> *♪ sound of a not quite exactly brillant idea suddenly appearing ♪*
00:44:29 <boily> I should include that in the next Paranoïa campaign.
00:44:52 <boily> zzo38: hezzo38. how's the dnding going?
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01:14:12 <zzo38> boily: Sorry, there was a connection error on my computer.
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01:19:00 <oerjan> the random norwegian was reading a web page about a proposed wikimedia TOS change
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01:23:14 <^v> the only way to make brainfuck not make your eyes bleed is to convert it to whitespace
01:24:49 <boily> then it's the paper that bleeds.
01:25:19 <Slereah> You can turn BF to ascii art
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04:19:33 <zzo38> The recursive queries in SQL kind of resemble the "for-input" loop in the Wheat esolang.
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04:24:44 <zzo38> Sort of as if it is a Wheat program that has an implicit "for-input" loop with no other "input" commands in it. It isn't actually like that, but that is something a bit similar!
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04:36:35 <zzo38> WITH `SEQUENCE`(`DATA`) AS (SELECT '0' UNION ALL SELECT `DATA` || REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(`DATA`,'0','-'),'1','0'),'-','1') FROM `SEQUENCE`) SELECT * FROM `SEQUENCE`;
04:37:50 <zzo38> Can you recognize it?
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04:48:46 <Bike> https://24.media.tumblr.com/abfd0b7842bb2e9eb96ad5570a85376f/tumblr_n1bwvrkMj51qjr3c0o1_500.jpg up for secrets
05:05:39 <lexande> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ilex-press/kickstarter-succeed-first-time-a-guide-to-crowdfun only 25% of target
05:06:46 * ^v pokes everyone
05:06:55 <newsham> twitch plays microcorruption anyone?
05:07:01 <^v> who wants to see my brainfuck irc bot
05:07:22 <newsham> ^v that sentence has some unusual alternate parses
05:08:36 <^v> well here it is http://pastebin.com/kUBUb4ps
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05:17:05 <zzo38> Hopefully you can understand what this SQL program means. (If not, I can explain it.)
05:21:41 <quintopi1> oerjan: do you know how to solve a jigsaw puzzle (aka wang tile puzzle) in polynomial time?
05:26:16 <oerjan> i'd expect that to be NP-complete
05:27:07 <oerjan> given that the infinite generalization is turing complete, and i don't know any explicit reason why it wouldn't be
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05:27:24 <oerjan> and it's obviously in NP for a finite setup
05:28:24 <zzo38> How can I make a tree pattern matching program in C which compiles into SQL?
05:29:36 <zzo38> It can already be done in SQL but since such pattern matching codes can be long, I want to provide a function which can compile a tree pattern code into an SQL code
05:29:47 <zzo38> (Or else do just do it entirely in C)
05:34:05 <zzo38> Maybe it is faster/more efficient to do entirely in C, but maybe it is better to do it in SQL, or maybe in a combination of SQL and C; I don't know what way.
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05:36:19 <quintopi1> oerjan: it is NP-complete. i looked it up finally. but i was confused because some author claimed it was in P in some publisher's weekly article.
05:36:36 <quintopi1> and i knew the infinite case was undecidable
05:36:52 <quintopi1> which seemed wrong, but i assume i'm wrong first until other evidence arises
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06:04:32 <Sgeo> Did I just buy an entire collection of Worms games on Steam? I believe I just did
06:04:49 <Sgeo> I already had W:A... I think I saw Worms Blast in there and some memory of it made me want it
06:05:18 <elliott> worms blast is literally puzzle bobble...
06:06:27 <Bike> damn, if only i had some kind of influence on my purchasing habits
06:07:06 <Sgeo> Oh, that's the same as Frozen Bubble?
06:07:38 <Sgeo> elliott: well, at least there's some other games in here that aren't the normal Worms games, but are distinctly Wormy?
06:07:51 <Sgeo> Isn't there one where the main game mode is ... something to do with forts?
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06:08:34 <Sgeo> Doesn't seem to be in this package
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06:10:39 <kmc> oh USPS package tracking, you are so useless
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06:12:28 <Sgeo> Also, the 3d games aren't in here :(
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06:13:01 <Sgeo> Oh, there is one
06:13:56 <Sgeo> Does only W:A support recording games?
06:19:49 <oerjan> only cellular automaton games hth
06:22:22 <zzo38> Do you have C codes with stuff like this? if(*rule=='#' && (rule++,!is_weaving)) return;
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07:44:32 <Sgeo> Wonder if it would be unethical to buy a Worlds VIP
07:44:42 <Sgeo> Considering that Worlds, Inc. is pretty much a patent troll
07:48:30 <Bike> you know what they say.
07:49:55 <Bike> i said, "you know what they say."
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08:37:28 <kmc> http://vill.ee/eye/
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08:45:43 <kmc> fungots fall on fungot falls
08:45:44 <fungot> kmc: so that's only 1600. just didn't find anything out about it
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09:32:17 <ion> Notice the built-in cigarette lighter and the ashtray just left of the light pen. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SAGE_console.jpeg
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09:53:10 <olsner> ion: huh, I guess smoking was amazingly much more normal in the past
09:53:49 <olsner> ... and you can't have your radar people go on smoke breaks and leave the monitors unmonitored
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09:58:29 <kmc> if you have to use that thing for real, smoking is definitely the right choice
09:58:46 <kmc> because you need to be calm and alert and you're probably about to die anyway.
09:59:26 * kmc has seen that very object in person, at the Computer History Museum
10:03:02 <olsner> if you have to use that, aren't you in some bunker deep inside a secret mountain in the middle of nowhere?
10:07:48 <kmc> well SAGE predates the Cheyenne Mountain bunker by some 10 years
10:08:37 <kmc> they were located in above-ground buildings that are hardened but probably not indestructible
10:09:54 <fizzie> Aw, I was assuming some obscure game console based on the file name.
10:10:22 <fizzie> (Are there any game consoles with integrated ashtrays?)
10:12:22 <kmc> the SABRE airline booking system was conceived after the president of American Airlines happened to be sitting on a flight next to an IBM salesman who'd just worked on SAGE
10:19:14 <olsner> "The result was that the aircraft could deliver passengers faster than their existing booking systems could sell tickets for them."
10:19:17 <olsner> (about the preceding booking system, the Magnetronic Reservisor, after introducing jet planes)
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12:06:33 <FreeFull_> I want to test out tmux 8 but can't while 7 is running
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12:58:29 <Sgeo> Twitch Plays Dwarf Fortress?
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13:58:33 <nyuszika7h> transfer them to screen first, then to a new tmux
13:58:40 <nyuszika7h> make sure the TERM is the same, however
13:58:51 <nyuszika7h> if the TERM in tmux is screen, the TERM in screen should be screen too
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13:59:02 <nyuszika7h> if it's screen-256color, it should be screen-256color in screen too
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14:00:34 <FreeFull> Haven't heard of reptyr before
14:00:53 <FreeFull> Thanks for telling me about it
14:00:54 <nyuszika7h> it rarely likes to break though, so don't risk it if you run important programs
14:01:06 <nyuszika7h> that can't afford being down for a few seconds or mintwesu
14:01:21 <FreeFull> I don't actually have screen installed right now
14:01:43 <FreeFull> I just want to transfer irssi =P
14:02:04 <nyuszika7h> can't you make the new tmux server use another socket
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15:26:48 <zzo38> I have a copy of a key, which fits, and it turns, but fails to lock or unlock the door. I compared it with the original, and it matches, and the original key works. Do you know what is wrong?
15:28:53 <Slereah> How do you know it matches
15:30:57 <zzo38> Because I compared it very carefully
15:31:38 <Slereah> It is possible that a different of a micron might not work
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16:27:17 <b_jonas> zzo38: the usual method is the return the key to where you've had it copied and demand a new copy, but make sure the template you're copying from is an original, not a copy
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17:20:55 <zzo38> Some people say the flippers make a pinball game skillful. That isn't true; while there is skill involved in effectively using the flippers, that isn't what makes the game skilful.
17:21:25 <Slereah> The skill is finding a job to get the money to put inside
17:22:06 <zzo38> Yes, that is what some people say too, but that has nothing to do with a pinball game.
17:23:04 <zzo38> If you own a pinball table, you may not need to put a coin (and if you do, you can get it back).
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18:42:58 <oklopol> zzo38: what makes it skillful then?
18:43:45 <kmc> zzo38: what do you think of Twitch Plays Pokémon?
18:43:54 <kmc> fungot: what do you think of Twitch Plays Pokémon?
18:43:54 <fungot> kmc: i thought optimistic/ pessimistic concurrency was an implementation that doesn't have to
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20:10:40 <kmc> zzo38: do you want to learn of it?
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20:17:09 <lexande> somebody has written on the chalkboard in the maths department "3987^12 + 4365^12 = 4472^12"
20:17:45 <kmc> > 3987^12 + 4365^12 == 4472^12
20:18:00 <Bike> lambdabot: well, fuck you
20:18:01 <lambdabot> (Integral b, Num a) => a -> b -> a
20:18:13 <Bike> lambdabot: nevermind, problem's on my end
20:18:23 <lexande> i mean, clearly it's false since 12 > 2
20:18:38 <kmc> are you sure that 12 > 2
20:18:52 <zzo38> kmc: No I am not much interested at the present time
20:19:38 <kmc> :t ((^), (^^), (**))
20:19:39 <lambdabot> (Floating a2, Fractional a1, Integral b, Integral b1, Num a) => (a -> b -> a, a1 -> b1 -> a1, a2 -> a2 -> a2)
20:19:59 <lambdabot> Not in scope: data constructor `Bool'
20:20:07 <kmc> `relcome chaiomanot_
20:20:08 <HackEgo> chaiomanot_: Welcome to the international hub for esoteric programming language design and deployment! For more information, check out our wiki: <http://esolangs.org/wiki/Main_Page>. (For the other kind of esoterica, try #esoteric on irc.dal.net.)
20:20:25 <HackEgo> kmc: Welcome to the international hub for esoteric programming language design and deployment! For more information, check out our wiki: <http://esolangs.org/wiki/Main_Page>. (For the other kind of esoterica, try #esoteric on irc.dal.net.)
20:20:58 <lambdabot> Not in scope: type constructor or class `True'
20:20:58 <lambdabot> A data constructor of that name is in scope; did you mean -XDataKinds?
20:20:58 <lambdabot> Perhaps you meant `Tree' (imported from Data.Tree)
20:21:16 <fizzie> `run echo '3987 12^ 4365 12^+ 4472 12^-n' | dc
20:21:17 <HackEgo> 1211886809373872630985912112862690
20:21:29 <chaiomanot_> see lambdabot, you're why i don't like static typing
20:21:34 <fizzie> (I guess that's p. close?)
20:21:43 <Bike> Bool is a type, so it has a kind, not a type. True is a value, so it has a type, not a kind
20:21:57 <shachaf> unless you use DataKinds hth
20:22:00 <chaiomanot_> i know, but :t Bool should return Type, not an error!
20:22:00 <kmc> keeping straight which things are types and which ones aren't is why you don't like static typing?
20:22:08 <Bike> shachaf: look, shut up :(
20:22:10 <kmc> chaiomanot_: it would with dependent types
20:22:24 <kmc> so the problem is that Haskell isn't all the way in the deep end of statically typed :)
20:22:32 <shachaf> Bike: oh, wait, someone was actually getting things mixed up, never mind
20:22:34 <Bike> i hear making type a type makes all hell break loose
20:22:45 <Bike> something about barbers maybe
20:22:50 <kmc> yeah it's dodgy
20:22:57 <kmc> usually you have like Set : Set1 : Set2 : ...
20:23:01 <fizzie> `run echo '3987 12^ 4365 12^+ 4472 12^ f' | dc
20:23:02 <HackEgo> 63976656348486725806862358322168575784124416 \ 63976656349698612616236230953154487896987106
20:23:22 <kmc> shachaf: do you know idris? should i learn idris?
20:23:32 <Bike> fizzie: oh that does seem close
20:23:37 <shachaf> kmc: i don't know either one
20:23:52 <shachaf> kmc: were you at edwinb's talk about it a couple of years ago?
20:23:55 <kmc> you don't know whether you know idris?
20:23:59 <fizzie> Bike: It's close if you're all floating point.
20:24:21 <fizzie> octave:1> (3987^12 + 4365^12)^(1/12)
20:24:44 * kmc imagines a Flappy Bird clone named Floaty Point
20:26:09 <Bike> fucking unstable internet
20:26:22 <shachaf> kmc: you should learn it and then tell me
20:29:04 <kmc> error: aborting due to 7452 previous errors
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20:53:20 <fizzie> kmc: What are you using all these coins for?
21:03:44 <Bike> http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/02/harvard-supercomputing-cluster-hijacked-to-produce-alt-cryptocurrency/ student steals supercomputer for doges
21:09:56 <Bike> soon we'll hear about tsmc facilities being hijacked to make miner asics
21:10:13 <shachaf> kmc: should i learn idris and/or rust
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21:16:55 <shachaf> if i define FOO=/some/path in bash, can i get tab completion for $FOO/<tab>?
21:23:34 <kmc> ATTRIBUTE_NAMES = ATTR_VERYVERYTHICKMATHSPACE;
21:29:16 <zzo38> Pokemon cards GUST OF WIND is mainly useful to switch into opponent's cards having high retreat cost, especially to me. Often even if they are resisted to me, it is more helpful.
21:29:30 <zzo38> Do you think so too?
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22:10:58 <fizzie> Curiosity question: has anything used a 2x2 RGGB Bayer pattern in a display instead of a sensor?
22:12:05 <kmc> the XO-1 screen is... not a Bayer pattern, but weird http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:XO_screen_01_Pengo.jpg
22:12:32 <fizzie> It's pretty close to a Bayer pattern.
22:12:42 <kmc> it has the same density of all three colors. they're just in diagonal stripes
22:12:46 <kmc> it takes a second to see it
22:12:52 <fizzie> Yes, it did take a second.
22:13:13 <fizzie> Now that you mention that, I think I vaguely recall some other "odd" arrangement.
22:13:15 <kmc> they did this in order to use a single diffraction grating instead of a lot of filters
22:13:31 <kmc> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PenTile ?
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22:28:20 <fizzie> Interesting asides found while Googling for this: a downsampling algorithm that goes directly from a Bayer-pattern sensor image to a RGB subpixel screen image, that's supposedly better than doing a traditional demosaicing and then downsampling that disregards the subpixel layout information.
22:34:47 <kmc> you could use that for viewing RAW images on LCD monitors
22:39:00 <fizzie> The suggested use was for camera viewfinders and screens, since they have to show a downscaled "live view" image.
22:39:31 * kmc has 5 GB of RAW files so far and has done exactly nothing with them
22:39:43 <kmc> fizzie: ah, good
22:40:03 * kmc has a MILC with an impressive OLED viewfinder
22:40:34 <fizzie> Does it have 2.36 megadots?
22:41:06 <fizzie> That seems to be the norm for modern high-end thingies.
22:41:24 <fizzie> It's also really strange that EVF and camera screen resolutions are given in terms of subpixel counts, while everywhere else displays count full pixels.
22:41:36 <fizzie> They must've gotten that from the way sensor resolutions are counted.
22:42:23 <fizzie> (Like that "2.36 million dots", that's 1024*768*3.)
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22:43:31 <fizzie> My old non-ILC zoomy-woomy camera has a 188 kilodot EVF.
22:43:36 <fizzie> That's significantly less impressive.
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22:57:57 <boily> bleeeeeeeeeerghhh...
22:58:34 <Bike> hello helloily
22:59:39 <boily> (or is it olsnello?)
22:59:43 <olsner> someone claimed to have made some progress on the voynich manuscript
23:00:03 <Bike> two separate someones!
23:00:13 <HackEgo> 960) <boily> it's raining in newcastle, therefore the elliotts are distinct. <tswett> boily's Newcastle Theorem.
23:00:17 <metasepia> CYUL 212252Z 21013KT 15SM SCT060 BKN085 02/00 A2968 RMK SC4AC3 SLP053
23:00:32 <metasepia> EGNT 212250Z 23010KT 200V270 9999 FEW018 BKN023 05/03 Q0990
23:01:00 <metasepia> EFHK 212250Z 11010KT 9999 BKN006 00/M01 Q1006 TEMPO 6000 -SN
23:01:05 <boily> Bike: as it isn't raining, we don't have proof that there are at least two different people on Earth to claim voynich-progress.
23:01:17 <olsner> (I referred to this someone http://stephenbax.net/)
23:01:38 <metasepia> ESSA 212250Z 22005KT 2500 BR OVC002 03/02 Q0998 R01L/29//95 R01R/29//95 R08/29//95 TEMPO 1400
23:02:49 <olsner> now I will read a book
23:05:58 <FireFly> What is the meaning of R01L/29//95 ?
23:08:10 <boily> FireFly: those are runway conditions. 10° leftmost runway, something something, surface conditions.
23:08:17 <HackEgo> peochallcoin scutomousedagonalietcoin linearassurbecoin dnrandreimacrocoin clotacoin poinecoin claitafncoin wormcoin isairicoin selliicoin sobufcoin moniacoin didecoin blackcoin finicoin hapylicoin hydromcoin objectioncalculacoin quecoin halfcoin
23:08:44 <boily> FireFly: I never can remember what the magic numbers mean.
23:09:05 <boily> kmc: is it me, or are the coin names getting sillier and sillier?
23:10:17 <boily> I want a bunch of Quécoins!
23:11:16 <HackEgo> hommapcoin legidcoin ronecoin smitrevelancoin årlitticoin ardigfillcoin sigacoin intercoin zelcoin @coin mazulecoin tainscoin uncitierdcoin phinecoin pericoin mumonkelxxviiiudgecoin brakapebatocoin datiblemcoin forraphcoin krylcoin
23:11:31 <boily> `coins --french 20
23:11:34 <HackEgo> xaincoin 4dlcoin mannstatcoin spironcoin bestantcoin nourvoudcoin eibercicoin haicoin distrancoin graycoin maigecoin sucorpocoin posiicoin brazdcoin embestacoin versenencoin strustitlcoin pingcoin bubbecoin madnscoin
23:12:10 <boily> `coins --japanese 20
23:12:28 <HackEgo> Usage: words [-dhNo] [DATASETS...] [NUMBER_OF_WORDS] \ \ options: \ -l, --list list valid datasets \ -d, --debug debugging output \ -N, --dont-normalize don't normalize frequencies when combining \ multiple Markov models; this has the effect \ of making larger dataset
23:12:36 <HackEgo> valid datasets: --eng-1M --eng-all --eng-fiction --eng-gb --eng-us --french --german --hebrew --russian --spanish --irish --german-medical --bulgarian --catalan --swedish --brazilian --canadian-english-insane --manx --italian --ogerman --portuguese --polish --gaelic --finnish --norwegian --esolangs \ default: --eng-1M
23:12:49 <Bike> manx but not japanese?
23:12:55 <Bike> `coins --manx 20
23:12:56 <HackEgo> chocoin lo'reravacoin capcoin sanidcoin thummillanencoin shagogcoin ghkincoin luttolercoin physidcoin anumecoin sadolcoin sacriburtcoin bircoin virusthograishcoin lengersecoin shellcoin braghcoin onotacoin eddenncoin nylcoin
23:13:47 <HackEgo> והבדcoin wollencoin unshilaxcoin geolacoin hq9+coin desedjametaligeunstaquecogsbycoin בסבורסטיcoin שהתאניcoin regxcoin epingcoin וההיאהוזיטוראcoin youarecoin alldecoin albocoin שנסתcoin ומהcoin immicoin ובחושcoin exelcoin לקערובצהcoin
23:14:11 <boily> I don't think hq9+ is valid hebrew...
23:14:12 <Bike> let's just stick with that one
23:14:30 <boily> shachaf: your opinion on --hebres?
23:15:10 <FireFly> `words --hebrew --german-medical 20
23:15:12 <HackEgo> subkorpolyt psorisch הוצא בהכלכלה בנחח gast מין ומסירוס לסליקצבי dihydran סקרנב tasoleucin ארנד עוקליסטו sonsweit trikum למעמדתו sequenzele שבאיזודי שהנשמרניש
23:15:29 <FireFly> Those datasets might not blend very well together..
23:15:52 <boily> and... uhm.. --canadian-english-insane???
23:16:01 <boily> `coins --canadian-english-insane 20
23:16:03 <HackEgo> irngcoin enedcoin abetacoin cursioncoin vvlercoin kelitafncoin lockcoin uncomcoin ouviacoin myxomcoin tifcoin ferncoin wuttycoin wjyothcoin melshowcoin rposcoin fielcoin durecoin midecoin unrepushedromecoin
23:16:15 <FireFly> Well, the last part is implied by 'canadian', isn't it?
23:16:20 <Bike> i think the -insane just means the volume.
23:17:06 <boily> you wutty vvler that you are, you unrepushedrome person.
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23:22:43 <boily> Insanadian is unduckable.
23:22:49 <boily> `relcome chaiomanot_
23:22:50 <HackEgo> chaiomanot_: Welcome to the international hub for esoteric programming language design and deployment! For more information, check out our wiki: <http://esolangs.org/wiki/Main_Page>. (For the other kind of esoterica, try #esoteric on irc.dal.net.)
23:23:07 <boily> (ah, it's been a long time since I've `relcomed someone new!)
23:23:15 <HackEgo> boily: Welcome to the international hub for esoteric programming language design and deployment! For more information, check out our wiki: <http://esolangs.org/wiki/Main_Page>. (For the other kind of esoterica, try #esoteric on irc.dal.net.)
23:23:15 <HackEgo> boily: Welcome to the international hub for esoteric programming language design and deployment! For more information, check out our wiki: <http://esolangs.org/wiki/Main_Page>. (For the other kind of esoterica, try #esoteric on irc.dal.net.)
23:23:19 <boily> (and ooooh, I do have nice term colours here.)
23:23:36 <boily> chaiomanot_: were you already `relcomed? I kinda disappeared from the channel lately.
23:24:25 <chaiomanot_> there are a lot of ppl here, how do you know i'm new?
23:25:11 <boily> my Instincts, Gut Feelings, and Because I Decided So as thinking is too hard at this time of the day.
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23:26:03 <chaiomanot_> im surprised you guys dont just have hackego do it automatically
23:26:37 <boily> I mean, a solution obviously exists, so solving the problem is trivial.
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23:34:56 <boily> impellomatic. Sgello.
23:35:04 <boily> Tanelle, Quinthellopia.
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23:50:05 <boily> (tonight is a very welcommy night!)
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