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2020-08-04
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jr0cket09:08:16

@plexus FYI, in case you are unaware, the YouTube video for Lisa's talk is marked private. I assume this will change before the broadcast in a few minutes 🙂

plexus10:08:51

The videos are up. Please let us know if you have any questions for the speakers!

plexus16:08:47

Going live in less than an hour! We'll stream the two talks, then roughly quarter to eight we'll follow up with a conversation with the two speakers. We have some things we want to ask them but we'd love to have some input from the audience!

plexus16:08:38

After that we hope people will take the opportunity to get together and socialize, but that's up to you. Just take the initiative and share a link here to a video chat room. It's fine if there are multiple rooms, smaller groups make it easier to have an actual conversation.

ramart17:08:01

> How's the A/V quality tonight? We're a bit tight on bandwidth and CPU this time. Sorry, have to answer here coz I don't have no twitch account. 😬 Sound is fine here, video is a bit laggy.

ramart17:08:57

> We hear that the video is choppy. Sorry for that! Switching off the low latency mode might help a bit. Settings → Advanced → Low Latency. Good news: Twitch gives the same advise automatically! It stops the buffering pauses. At least it seems so.

spfeiffer17:08:26

Video stopped completely some time now, needed to reload the whole page. Now trying the latency thing, seems to help

ramart17:08:13

Stefan! Long time no see / read! 🤗

plexus17:08:26

We're a bit challenged tonight because I'm not at home so running off a thinkpad instead of a desktop with gpu...

plexus17:08:48

We'll make the best of it

ramart17:08:24

Thanks Lisa! That was great fun!

plexus17:08:11

Lisa says thanks back!

ramart17:08:12

Man in the middle attack?

spfeiffer17:08:37

Again very choppy now with Daniel 😐.

ramart17:08:50

Thanks Daniel! It was great to see the OO journey in fast motion.

ramart18:08:54

Daniel: What would happen if The Interpreter V1.00 hits data of V0.99? (How to deal with versions / versioning)

ben.sless18:08:20

this hardware talk takes me back 🙂

ramart18:08:10

@ben.sless me too. I read books and tried hard to get a grip on it, but failed miserably. I never was able to create a flashing light from the ground.

ramart18:08:10

@ben.sless me too. I read books and tried hard to get a grip on it, but failed miserably. I never was able to create a flashing light from the ground.

ben.sless18:08:30

I was an electrical engineer in a past life, have some hardware design experience 🙂

ben.sless18:08:19

digital systems and CSP have some similarities

ben.sless18:08:32

discrete communication between independent modules

ramart18:08:21

Daniel: Yes, when serializing data.

ramart18:08:40

Lisa: Do you have an idea – or a glimpse of an idea – of how to calculate resistances and capacities for your circuits?

arstoffel18:08:53

What would be the Clojure approach for this? One you have your filter as edn, how do you run it? Macros and eval?

arstoffel18:08:01

Or would you have to write a little interpreter by hand?

ramart18:08:09

(But the S-Exp of functions opens the world for macros in Clojure.)

ben.sless18:08:36

Regarding serializing code, have you seen the Unison language? it tackles the issue in an interesting way https://www.unisonweb.org/

ramart18:08:43

Thanks @plexus and Jan for making this possible! Again!

wichtrup18:08:04

Thanks and greetings from the "background" @plexus, Jan and Lisa, it was good to see you all and I have learned a lot 😎!