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00:06:18 <esowiki> [[A returns a]] https://esolangs.org/w/index.php?diff=84360&oldid=84300 * Jetison333 * (+0) /* Code examples */
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01:16:11 <esowiki> <oerjan> <b_jonas> Corbin: https://esolangs.org/wiki/Combinatory_logic says "Blackbird" <-- after a little wikiwalk inspired by wikipedia's featured picture, turns out those are not actually corvids
01:18:43 <esowiki> <oerjan> (neither the european nor american version)
01:20:11 <esowiki> <oerjan> *old world nor new world
01:23:34 <esowiki> <Corbin> oerjan: Zoology is wack, huh? And bluejays are corvids despite looking like passerines. TIL, thanks.
01:27:46 <esowiki> <keegan> corvids are a subset of passerines, aren't they?
01:28:02 <esowiki> <keegan> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corvidae "Order: Passeriformes"
01:29:00 <esowiki> <keegan> I like jays
01:29:20 <esowiki> <keegan> we don't have blue jays here but we have scrub jays and Steller's jays
01:29:23 <esowiki> <keegan> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steller's_jay
01:29:39 <esowiki> <keegan> very striking appearance
01:29:58 <esowiki> <b_jonas> oh heck, so you need to know both ornithology and bird sociology to tell whether there's a combinatorial bird that's also a corvid
01:30:32 <esowiki> <b_jonas> or more likely, solve some kind of puzzle where the forest's keeper tells you about rules that somehow involve corvids and bird application, Smullyan style
01:31:59 <esowiki> <b_jonas> "After observing this forest for twenty years, I have discovered three interesting rules. (1) For every corvid A, there is a bird B such that BA is not a corvid. [...]
01:33:22 <esowiki> <b_jonas> `I have pondered your observations all night, and have discovered a striking fact. None of the birds in this forest are corvids.' [...] `Curious. I've been observing this forest for 20 years and never realized that.'"
01:33:24 <esowiki> <HackEso> I? No such file or directory
01:33:51 <esowiki> <b_jonas> (The actual punchline in the book that none of the birds ever sing in the forest is much better than the one with corvids, I admit.)
01:37:54 <esowiki> <Corbin> keegan: Oh, interesting, TIL again. I thought "passerine" was just how zoologists say "songbird". The most common corvids here are crows, and they don't exactly ♩ sing ♪
01:38:02 <esowiki> <b_jonas> or perhaps it would be something like "From these three rules, detective Craig could derive the following properities. 1. All bluebirds are corvids. 2. None of the kestrels in this forest are corvids. Can you also prove those properties?"
01:39:34 <esowiki> <b_jonas> I think the most common songbirds here are common blackbirds
01:40:01 <esowiki> <b_jonas> but maybe they're just the most obviously recognizable, with their yellow beak but otherwise black body, while some of the other corvids are all black and hard to distinguish from each other
01:40:31 <esowiki> <b_jonas> crows might be more common
01:43:26 <esowiki> <keegan> crows are very common here
01:43:32 <esowiki> <keegan> almost as common as pigeons
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01:56:29 <esowiki> <b_jonas> it's sparrows that are common here, the little greedy guys
01:56:32 <esowiki> <oerjan> crows are more common than pigeons here
01:57:08 <esowiki> <oerjan> although they compete with seagulls, depending on time of year
01:57:20 <esowiki> <b_jonas> I think pigeons are more common than crows, though there also seem to be less pigeons than there used to be. maybe the generation of old city folks who fed pigeons have aged out?
01:57:56 <esowiki> <oerjan> there are probably more pigeons in the city center (or at least used to be)
01:58:02 <esowiki> <oerjan> but this is a suburb
01:59:13 <esowiki> <b_jonas> perhaps. there are pigeons right on our roof, and so are there on the roof over my parent's home, but yes, probably more common in the city center
02:05:20 <esowiki> <keegan> i think that deliberately given food is probably not a huge fraction of their diet but that a lot of it is trash that will be more widely available in the city center
02:05:43 <esowiki> <keegan> we also have seagulls (being by the sea and all)
02:05:46 <esowiki> <keegan> and they love trash too
02:05:57 <esowiki> <keegan> they like to hang out at the parking lot of a burger place i go to
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02:26:49 <esowiki> <b_jonas> sure
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06:30:21 <esowiki> <myname> i don't get why those bots even spam in libera about switching to libera
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07:28:13 <esowiki> <zzo38> And, why are some of the letters mixed up on thise spam messages?
07:30:32 <esowiki> <zzo38> Yes, I suppose so, but a spam filter could be made to look for such mixed up letters instead. (A long time ago I had seen spam messages with too many spaces at the end of the subject line, so I used that as a filter criteria; sometimes it is base64 encoded or whatever, so I used that asa filter criteria; etc)
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08:14:49 <esowiki> <fizzie> Re why spam about it here, I don't know how plausible it is, but it *could* be an attempt to get bridge bots get killed on the other side.
08:38:12 <esowiki> <nakilon> 09:30:21 <myname> i don't get why those bots even spam in libera about switching to libera
08:38:41 <esowiki> <nakilon> because the whole point was just to call people jews, koreans, etc., not switching the network for any profit
08:38:52 <esowiki> <nakilon> people will start realising it maybe in few years
08:39:03 <esowiki> <nakilon> some things are too hard to understand for majority
08:39:59 <esowiki> <nakilon> the only "reason" switching from freenode was these same spambots who were telling you to do it and you just followed their orders, lol
08:45:55 <esowiki> <nakilon> I imagine the TPUs can have miscalculations happen every second and no one will spot it behind the "NN magick"
08:46:57 <esowiki> <nakilon> the whole point of "computers being reliable" has devaluated thanks to NN hype marketing
08:48:10 <esowiki> <nakilon> today people with no math/engineering skills design, approve and even implement most of the software
08:49:19 <esowiki> <myname> i switched way before the spambots started
08:52:29 <esowiki> <myname> i suspect those bots to be somehow paid by freenode to fud on libera
08:53:52 <esowiki> <nakilon> spambots started before, they just looked different, were not automated
08:54:06 <esowiki> <nakilon> they were human beings
08:54:57 <esowiki> <myname> fair enough
08:55:42 <esowiki> <nakilon> people didn't need anything to be proven to switch from freenode though
08:56:38 <esowiki> <nakilon> I was asking like two times what are the evidence that something bad is happening and all you had was a wikipedia link to some website where guy is called a prince and it's somehow bad or something
08:57:01 <esowiki> <myname> it was a hostile takeover, that's reason enough
08:57:22 <esowiki> <nakilon> yeah, people say these two words "hostile takeover" with no sense put in it
08:57:31 <esowiki> <myname> it doesn't even matter if there were legal threats or not, it doesn't matter what the intentions from whoever are
08:58:13 <esowiki> <myname> okay, even if it was not a hostile takeover, i still follow the staff, not the name of the network
08:58:35 <esowiki> <myname> if the staff saw a reason to leave, so do i
08:59:17 <esowiki> <nakilon> so stuff are in fact your masters? maybe that's how the "takeover" looks like? they move you from one place to another as they wish
08:59:55 <esowiki> <myname> what is your reason to choose a network if not the people who operate it?
08:59:58 <esowiki> <nakilon> how isn't Andrew a good host?
09:00:47 <esowiki> <myname> the operators are what define the network, not the name of it
09:01:15 <esowiki> <nakilon> I have no idea who operates networks and this neither has or have to have any nifluence on my choice
09:01:34 <esowiki> <nakilon> my socket connection and ability to talk and run bots works fine on any network
09:02:03 <esowiki> <myname> too bad for you, then
09:02:30 <esowiki> <nakilon> how is it bad to be independent and not a pawn being moved elsewhere because of someon else's personal dramas lol
09:02:37 <esowiki> <nakilon> I'm still on freenode
09:03:19 <esowiki> <nakilon> int-e I didn't have any burned food
09:03:29 <esowiki> <myname> i'm not a pawn being moved. i know staffers personally and i trust them. i have yet to find any positive fact about andrew
09:04:43 <esowiki> <nakilon> neither of you did have a burned food
09:04:50 <esowiki> <nakilon> that was just their personal drama
09:05:05 <esowiki> <nakilon> some internal job communication problems
09:06:35 <esowiki> <nakilon> what do you mean by "#haskell taking over"? something like with gentoo? the bug in a script with the following apologizing from Andrew's side and purposeful hiding this by gentoo's admins to manipulate their pawns who are happy to be like that?
09:08:52 <esowiki> <FireFly> I think it's less "taken over by a prince and that's bad" and more "taken over by a businessman running it as some sort of startup, apparently with several reports of harassment against them, opering up known abusers", at least from my POV
09:08:56 <esowiki> <myname> so either he straight up lies or has no clue on how to run a network in a robust way. great start so far. i also like how you always point out that others believe everything and at the same time are totally fine with him claiming it was an accident that should never ever happen outside of test servers or channels
09:09:06 <esowiki> <nakilon> or another picture I see here is like starting shitting on the walls. drawing words "ACAB" with a shit, until cops come to stop you and you say "see?! they are arresting me -- that's why I was right shitting on the walls and no one will check the chronology, pawns"
09:09:25 <esowiki> <FireFly> but either way, it doesn't really matter particularly, people are presumably free to choose where they want their communities *shrug*
09:10:48 <esowiki> <nakilon> "lies or has no clue on how to run a network in a robust way" -- what would you expect when half of staff have left? maybe it was even one of their sabotage scripts, saying "hey dude, run this"
09:10:58 <esowiki> <FireFly> sigh...
09:11:32 <esowiki> <myname> sure, i also always run unchecked code from people that just left me
09:12:12 <esowiki> <myname> if "half" of staff left, i expect him to either not run untested scripts or just test them locally
09:12:24 <esowiki> <nakilon> maybe that sctipr author left on the next day
09:12:43 <esowiki> <myname> i cannot trust him maintaining a reliable network either way
09:12:52 <esowiki> <nakilon> all you know is that it was ran and there were apologizings but you don't mentions the latter because that's not the goal of drama
09:13:51 <esowiki> <myname> no, the apology doesn't matter. if he doesn't know what it does, he should never have run it in the first place. if he did know it, the apology is useless
09:13:52 <esowiki> <FireFly> I don't think the problem is the script or apologise per se, moreso than the sudden changes in what has previously been perfectly fine for at least two decades on freenode..
09:14:19 <esowiki> <FireFly> the whole thing like "can't mention another network in topics because that's advertisement" is... pretty foreign
09:14:22 <esowiki> <FireFly> (for instance)
09:14:33 <esowiki> <nakilon> yep, people self inflicted the network damage
09:15:02 <esowiki> <myname> what, don't you love censorship in your free network?
09:15:16 <esowiki> <nakilon> "he should never have run it in the first place" -- he was the one who tried to fix things unlike others
09:15:30 <esowiki> <myname> what things? what was wrong?
09:16:27 <esowiki> <nakilon> how spamming the libera network name in topic better than spamming hamradio channel name?
09:17:22 <esowiki> <FireFly> I think "this community has moved to X" is uh, not exactly spamming
09:17:35 <esowiki> <nakilon> so you call stopping you from shitting the walls a censorship?
09:17:46 <esowiki> <FireFly> just, like, a friendly PSA to the community in question, if they've decided to move.. be it to libera, or discord, or matrix or whatever
09:18:10 <esowiki> <myname> okay, at first you didn't know what bots were and now you don't know what spamming is. if channel owners want to include something in their topic, it's their choice. unless it violates law, a network must not forbid me to put whatever i want in there
09:19:01 <esowiki> <myname> if i spray something on the inside of my wall and get arrested for it, i indeed do call it censorship
09:19:34 <esowiki> <myname> i can do whatever i want in my house
09:19:43 <esowiki> <nakilon> the network mentions in topic was not a choice -- it was a result of a spam and person-based hate flame effect on channels owners
09:19:47 <esowiki> <nakilon> they were bad ops
09:20:26 <esowiki> <myname> ah, all ops of the hundreds of channels were bad because they decided to inform their respective community about a change
09:20:29 <esowiki> <myname> i see
09:20:56 <esowiki> <nakilon> it wasn't only on your inside walls, the whole apartment was smelling with this
09:21:07 <esowiki> <myname> how so?
09:21:09 <esowiki> <nakilon> people were smelling shit in all the channels
09:21:20 <esowiki> <nakilon> instead of being on topic
09:21:28 <esowiki> <myname> yeah, because each house owner decided to paint something on their walls
09:21:31 <esowiki> <myname> still fine
09:21:56 <esowiki> <myname> that is nothing that should ever be changed by a network owner
09:23:33 <esowiki> <nakilon> that's exactly what landlords should do -- stop the hype of shitting the walls no matter if they are inside or outside because the whole building started smelling
09:23:53 <esowiki> <myname> you can probably argue whether or not the choice to switch networks was reasonable. but _if_ i decide to move a community as an op, i should be allowed to put that information in a topic.
09:24:16 <esowiki> <myname> nakilon: i highly doubt landlords can do anything to you if you spray the inside of your house
09:24:18 <esowiki> <nakilon> btw, it's not even the correct analogy -- channels are not personal flats but a common areas like cafes or cinemas
09:24:25 <esowiki> <myname> at least where i live, they cannot do shit about it
09:24:54 <esowiki> <myname> it's a fundamental right that i can do whatever i want in my house
09:25:03 <esowiki> <nakilon> so it was a shopping center and cafe owners started serving shit
09:25:41 <LKoen> well you can't farm drugs in your house
09:25:43 <LKoen> or kill someone
09:25:44 <esowiki> <myname> if other people don't get affected by it, sure thing
09:26:06 <esowiki> <myname> yeah, i did mention earlier that you cannot break the law
09:26:44 <esowiki> <myname> the whole "stinking" argument is nonsens. if i spray my wall, you will not be able to smell that on the outside after like a few days max
09:26:49 <esowiki> <nakilon> everyone was affected; people hated this shit so much that agreed to switch just in hope that they'll stop smell what cafe owners did
09:27:44 <esowiki> <nakilon> channel topics are the outer side of your door anyway even if ti's a personal flat
09:27:53 <esowiki> <nakilon> people are passing by every day
09:28:13 <esowiki> <nakilon> and there are rules on what you can do with your door for sure -- you can't shit it
09:28:20 <esowiki> <myname> how are channel topics the outer side?
09:29:45 <esowiki> <nakilon> they are in /list and /chanserv info and on the websites that track the channel topics
09:29:56 <esowiki> [[FolderCode]] M https://esolangs.org/w/index.php?diff=84361&oldid=84322 * Dominicentek * (-41)
09:30:13 <esowiki> <nakilon> also it's the same as your balcony and there are rules too about what you can place on your balcony
09:30:19 <esowiki> <myname> you know why that is? so people can see relevant information. like changes in the community and stuff
09:30:39 <esowiki> <nakilon> yeah nazism was revelant change in 30s
09:30:55 <esowiki> <myname> sure, you can go that route, but that is a reason against freenode. i want to be in a network where i can put whatever legal stuff i want to in topics
09:31:01 <esowiki> <nakilon> so Italy could learn it too
09:31:03 <esowiki> <nakilon> then Argentina
09:31:40 <esowiki> <myname> that comparison is bullshit
09:31:53 <esowiki> <myname> in most places, it's highly illegal to do that
09:32:05 <esowiki> <nakilon> ahah, you won't be able to put the other network name all over the place if that would be caused by that some guy from these team is a prince of some Evil Axis country or something
09:32:11 <esowiki> <myname> it is however not illegal to name a website that is totally legal
09:32:45 <esowiki> <myname> sure i will
09:33:00 <esowiki> <nakilon> int-e there should be some law ahout probability that mentioning the logic, ANd and OR would be too
09:33:18 <esowiki> <nakilon> that's called a learning on mistakes
09:33:57 <esowiki> <nakilon> the thing is that you again ignore the chronology
09:34:21 <esowiki> <myname> also, you are comparing a legit network by trusted people with some grey area, which is still bullshit
09:34:35 <esowiki> <nakilon> the freenode drama started with Andrew's nationality in the first place
09:34:50 <esowiki> <myname> what? i don't even know andrew's nationality
09:34:53 <esowiki> <myname> and i don't care
09:34:58 <esowiki> <nakilon> ahaha, sure
09:35:30 <esowiki> <myname> how should i know? it was never mentioned by any of the staffers letters afair
09:35:50 <esowiki> <nakilon> his surname is such a secret
09:36:00 <esowiki> <nakilon> this pretending is too blatant
09:36:27 <esowiki> <myname> okay, now i pretend because i say i don't care about the nationality of somebody?
09:36:57 <esowiki> <myname> maybe i read his surname, not sure, i never bothered to remember. i wouldn't even know his first name if you didn't mention it
09:38:03 <esowiki> <myname> okay, so he is called lee. so what?
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13:45:36 <esowiki> <b_jonas> "<int-e> worse noting, I really make th wortht typos" => you managed to type "thwart" correctly
13:55:09 <esowiki> <b_jonas> ok, let's do it right this time, rather than just return from a family break to see the drama played out
13:56:31 <esowiki> <b_jonas> dear esolangs community, if this channel or the network collapses somehow, even twelve years from now, we will meet on the wiki and on the oftc IRC server channel #esolangs , using whichever works as a lifeboat to decide where to go.
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15:27:40 <esowiki> <Corbin> That one scene from "Shawshank Redemption" where he's trying to remember how to spell "Zihuatanejo" so he can meet up with his friend~
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15:35:43 <esowiki> <nakilon> https://i.imgur.com/8PFnh0P.png -- how do I decide that the 1st of 3 peaks is what I need?
15:35:59 <esowiki> <nakilon> the middle peak can be absent
15:36:53 <esowiki> <nakilon> the question of image binarizing
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15:41:37 <esowiki> <river> huh?
15:41:55 <esowiki> <river> question
15:42:10 <esowiki> <river> have you thought of using a neural network to detect the (rotated) letters?
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15:43:04 <esowiki> <nakilon> no, I'm doing better than NN can do
15:44:36 <esowiki> <nakilon> my captcha solver will have no NN cancer
15:44:42 <esowiki> <river> is NN bad?
15:45:38 <esowiki> <nakilon> no, it's useless
15:45:59 <esowiki> <myname> lol
15:48:22 <esowiki> <river> why do you say these things?
15:48:36 <esowiki> <nakilon> experience
15:49:00 <esowiki> <river> how are letters recognized without?
15:49:01 <esowiki> <myname> yeah, the most advanced technology we have to date do deal with image recognition is totally useless for image recognition
15:49:22 <esowiki> <nakilon> years of observations, math knowledge and marketing understanding
15:49:34 <esowiki> <myname> undistorted letters should be pretty easy, though
15:50:14 <esowiki> <nakilon> "how are letters recognized without?" -- with machine learning
15:50:33 <esowiki> <myname> what
15:50:45 <esowiki> <river> do you have a link that explains how to do this machine learning?
15:50:47 <esowiki> <myname> "NN is useless, just use machine learning"===
15:50:52 <esowiki> <myname> like, what?
15:51:07 <esowiki> <myname> machine learning is in most instances done through NN
15:51:09 <esowiki> <Corbin> myname: Careful not to imagine that society is cumulative and always makes forward progress. Sometimes useless technologies are invented.
15:51:09 <esowiki> <nakilon> river what do you mean by "this machine learning"?
15:51:13 <esowiki> <river> i'v always been curious about making a program that can read text from an image, but never managed it
15:51:25 <esowiki> <nakilon> myname https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_learning
15:51:26 <esowiki> <myname> Corbin: i do know that
15:52:18 <esowiki> <myname> nakilon: i am well aware. how does that disproof my statement?
15:52:40 <esowiki> <nakilon> your statement isn't proved in the first place
15:53:05 <esowiki> <Corbin> myname: Neural nets are generally machine-learning, yes, but not all machine-learning is done through neural nets.
15:53:20 <esowiki> <myname> Corbin: i never stated that
15:53:35 <esowiki> <Corbin> I implemented some example code from https://arxiv.org/abs/1603.01446 the other day, and the learning is done through black-box optimization, not using any gradients or neurons.
15:53:36 <esowiki> <myname> it's just convinient to use for most cases
15:53:39 <esowiki> <river> nakilon, how to read text from an image
15:54:02 <esowiki> <nakilon> river I already have 10 lines long prototype that recognizes text better than a tool made by 50 people using several multimillion costing NN technologies
15:54:05 <esowiki> <Corbin> Maybe it's convenient with a toolkit, but NNs to me are expensive, slow, and temperamental.
15:54:27 <esowiki> <river> im not the one arguing with you
15:54:30 <esowiki> <nakilon> and the prototype isn't even aware of language dictionaries
15:54:31 <esowiki> <river> the chat is very busy
15:54:34 <esowiki> <myname> NN is so big that you are probably easier off just using whatever NN framework you have available in your language of choice than writing a machine learning algorithm from scratch
15:54:36 <esowiki> <nakilon> so once I add them it will do even better
15:54:40 <esowiki> <river> hopefully you are not mixing my messags up with anyone elses
15:55:11 <esowiki> <nakilon> river I understand, it's hard to talk meaningful when every 2nd line is a purposeful flame even if not yours
15:55:21 <esowiki> <river> yes it is quite frustrating
15:58:02 <esowiki> <myname> having a prototype that recognizes text better than a tool made by 50 people is a bold claim. unless the other tool isn't specifically designed to recognize text, i highly doubt you can give a reasonable metric for that
16:01:43 <esowiki> <nakilon> their tool was made specifically for text recognition, my tool is just a wrapped on another thing of mine that isn't even about text
16:01:57 <esowiki> <nakilon> it was just a library usage example
16:02:38 <esowiki> <nakilon> <CTCP>ACTION afk to a store<CTCP>
16:02:54 <esowiki> <nakilon> *wrapper
16:03:34 <esowiki> <myname> in that case, better publish a paper or even better sell that product
16:04:41 <esowiki> <Corbin> myname: Aha! Okay, this is an understandable perspective. I'm usually working in a language I built, so I have to pay the cost of every abstraction. NNs would take a lot of work.
16:05:53 <esowiki> <myname> that's fine. but if you just want to recognize something and are using python (and aren't doing it for research purposes), there is not much benefit writing a specialized solution over taking one of the larger existing frameworks
16:10:51 <esowiki> <nakilon> I make this captcha solver for just a personal usage script and maybe will reuse somewhere else in future
16:11:30 <esowiki> <nakilon> but I checked how much it costs to solve your captcha with a service where a thousand of people are sitting and and solving them
16:12:10 <esowiki> <nakilon> it's ~$1.5 per 1000 captchas but they are doing it in 30 seconds in average while my one is gonna work within 5 sec
16:13:14 <esowiki> <myname> "yeah, i have this technology written in like 10 lines of codes that could generate me easy passive income, but i will only use it for personal usage, because who needs free money anyways"
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16:49:20 <esowiki> <b_jonas> not totally useless, alas, but it's overmarketed and somewhat overused
16:52:03 <esowiki> <b_jonas> a lot of products have some kind of useless modern machine learning part that is technically in it but not really needed or used, just so they can market it as a product that uses machine learning, because that's fashionable. (blockchain is similar, but even worse; in most products advertised with it it's absolutely useless, as opposed to just mostly useless)
16:52:37 <esowiki> <b_jonas> it used to be JIT and multithreaded, then GPU programming, but the marketing fashions are changing
16:54:38 <esowiki> <myname> b_jonas: did you know about that first idea about an electronic vaccination passport in germany?
16:54:45 <esowiki> <myname> it's hilarious
16:57:01 <esowiki> <b_jonas> *sigh* no, I haven't been following that political nonsense and I'm not too interested in it
17:00:35 <esowiki> <nakilon> I guess I'll just take the peak within the section that ends when it's the first fall to 20% of the peak
17:00:45 <esowiki> <nakilon> or 30%, whatever
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17:38:33 <esowiki> <zzo38> Is it possible to define a escape sequence that cancels any further responses from the terminal emulator for previously accepted escape sequences (but does not cancel further ones)?
17:41:28 <esowiki> <b_jonas> but where does Zach propose to get all the energy for the electrolysis? (re "https://www.smbc-comics.com/comic/titan")
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17:42:02 <esowiki> <pikhq> well it's a nuclear sub, so presumably nuclear power
17:42:15 <esowiki> <pikhq> wasteful? yes. possible? also yes
17:44:59 <esowiki> <b_jonas> zzo38: wouldn't work too well, because there's a race condition: you wouldn't know when the terminal actually reacted to the escape sequence, and in fact the terminal will likely respond to its input in sequence, so it will react to previous escape sequences before it even reads your recent one. what you can do is to send some escape sequence to which the terminal does react by a response that you can
17:45:05 <esowiki> <b_jonas> recognize (you can make that from cursor reads unless the terminal is like 1x1 character in size), then read from the terminal and skip everything until you see that reply
17:47:04 <esowiki> <b_jonas> zzo38: there's also an ioctl or some such system call api to flush the input queue of the terminal, but that only really works for a local linux console on /dev/ttyN , for anything else there's a race condition because the terminal logic that gives you responses is in an asyncroniously running process or even on another host
17:48:02 <esowiki> <zzo38> I know that it won't work for remote terminals; it is for local terminals that I ask about
17:48:11 <esowiki> <b_jonas> for the local terminal, this is useful and getty or its equivalents do us it, so that the new login doesn't get input left there by a previous login, possibly from a malicious user. for a remote terminal like ssh, you usually start a new terminal connection instead; for serial it's a bit more complicated
17:48:16 <esowiki> <zzo38> (specifically, local pseudoterminals)
17:48:40 <esowiki> <b_jonas> zzo38: for local pseudoterminals, the terminal emulator process is still asynchroniously scheduled
17:49:12 <esowiki> <b_jonas> the latency is probably less than if you're talking through an internet connection on ssh, but qualitatively it's the same
17:50:30 <esowiki> <b_jonas> on /dev/tty this can only work because the kernel can and does actually access the read queue of the terminal and flush it and does this in a way that synchronizes with its other terminal processing
17:51:11 <esowiki> <b_jonas> you can still flush a pty's queue the same way, but it doesn't really solve the race condition, you still need to wait for the terminal's response to some command you send after that and skip previous responses
17:51:28 <esowiki> <zzo38> For example, if you put such a escape sequence in the shell prompt string then any responses to other escape requests (e.g. cursor position, window title, etc) will not be seen by the shell. This can also include keyboard mode; if previous escape sequences set some mode, any keys will be transmitted using the default keyboard mode instead of the new one.
17:51:36 <esowiki> <b_jonas> unless you can just start a new virtual terminal, which you can actually often do and may be easier (but slower) than resetting an existing one
17:52:00 <esowiki> <zzo38> (It could reset other modes too)
17:53:23 <esowiki> <b_jonas> zzo38: that's two different problems. there is a sequence "\ec" that resets almost every setting (in some cases it keeps the palette, window size, fonts, window title and icon title, etc), but you still have to skip the input
17:53:50 <esowiki> <b_jonas> for which I recommend sending a sequence of absolute cursor moves and cursor position reads and wait for the matching response, but perhaps there's a better way
17:54:29 <esowiki> <b_jonas> you may need something more complicated than just "\ec", I'm not sure, but "\ec" is what does most of the work
17:55:24 <esowiki> <b_jonas> heck, it even resets the weird "\e12m" mode on linux console that, for some reason, systemd's built-in getty doesn't fix on this debian system.
17:55:51 <esowiki> <b_jonas> why doesn't systemd properly reset the terminal? I have no effing clue
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17:58:06 <esowiki> <zzo38> There are many problems with systemd that I read about, and many people don't like it, you can use something else instead
18:00:03 <esowiki> <b_jonas> zzo38: on this computer there are bigger problems with the local console logins than that: the VESA bios is broken and sometimes doesn't properly set the video mode when switching from X11 to the mode that linux graphics mode console uses
18:00:10 <esowiki> <b_jonas> so I don't particularly care about that bug for now
18:00:48 <esowiki> <b_jonas> I don't know how they messed that up, the bios and the built-in video card are on the same motherboard sold together
18:01:14 <esowiki> <b_jonas> it's not a separate extension video card (yet)
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