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dharrigan05:01:48

Good Morning!

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slipset06:01:50

God morgen!

javahippie09:01:35

Wow, Apples App-Store registration process is just hostile 😳

thomas10:01:42

yeah, getting an App in the store is 'special' process.

pez10:01:58

Exciting with you publishing a new app! What is it doing?

javahippie13:01:47

We are currently building an app to allow people to find common free timeslots automatically while preserving privacy, no matter where they host their calendar. We hope to launch the MVP this quarter, to test if anybody wants this, at all. But at least we are having fun building it, shadow-cljs, react native, XTDB… the good stuff 🙂

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pez14:01:35

Sounds useful to me!

raymcdermott10:01:46

[ I'm not an open relay server ]

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Martynas M12:01:19

midday-to-evening

lread16:01:44

EHLO

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otfrom17:01:59

I've been idly looking for EVIL tutorials and have really struggled. How do you figure out what to do?

zane17:01:33

You mean the vi layer for Emacs?

zane17:01:08

Are you asking how you know what your options are after you’ve pressed one part of a key sequence? (For example, di.)

otfrom17:01:31

partly and also just where to start (just read a vi tutorial?)

otfrom18:01:47

at least on how to use it, which makes me think there is some context I'm missing

zane18:01:40

Ah, yeah. I think the best thing is to look at vi tutorials since the evil keybindings are intended to match.

otfrom17:01:08

and is it any better than what you can do with hydra?

vemv19:01:42

or smex! I love/use both, but particularly smex https://github.com/nonsequitur/smex

zane19:01:55

If I understand your question correctly, evil does a lot more than hydra. hydra just lets you bind keys to key sequences. evil implements a modal editing system, including text objects, motions, etc.