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practicalli-john00:06:36

The broadcasts are live on YouTube and recorded at the same time. You can watch live or join late and watch from the beginning (live Tivo). I havent really post-edited the videos, although they could do with a few tweaks...

zyxmn05:06:09

If that's possible that would be awesome. A lot of folks might find that very useful . I want to watch the broadcast but can't make it at that time

dharrigan07:06:21

They are always a good watch šŸ™‚

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penryu08:06:10

@ben.hammond Honestly, I switched to zsh years ago solely for the more deterministic rc file story.

penryu08:06:58

IIRC, there was something about bash ignoring .profile if there was a .bash_profile, and there's usually a .bash_profile... or something like that. I gave in. (Shortly thereafter, oh-my-zsh came around, and I just smiled to myself.)

practicalli-john08:06:21

There is also https://github.com/ohmybash/oh-my-bash which does a lot of what ohmyzsh does. Personally I use https://github.com/sorin-ionescu/prezto as it feels snappier

dominicm08:06:20

you can get pretty far with zplug, ohmyzsh was just very intense for me

dominicm08:06:50

I really only wanted a nice prompt (pure.zsh) and good history (zsh-auto-history or whatever) and those can be easily installed with zplug

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penryu08:06:48

I ended up poring over the zsh man pages and developing my own config.

penryu08:06:54

Iā€™m all for a more predictable bash story, but zsh for interactive and sh for scripts is plenty.

practicalli-john15:06:41

There is also the fish shell which has some nice features too https://fishshell.com/