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dharrigan08:06:49

We use asciidoc for documentation in our projects

dharrigan08:06:04

and moved away from confluence

jumar13:06:39

sounds like better suited for #core-async

john20:06:21

something something future of programming something something https://github.com/kanaka/Bartender

john20:06:16

that lib will visually look at your browser and automatically generate code for you that will generate the page

Daniel Hines16:06:49

The Readme went over my head. Can you explain this any?

john16:06:51

Not much... It's some over-the-head stuff. But I did attend a talk at strange loop where Kanaka explained it and it does work

john16:06:30

Basically, there are already well structured ebnf grammars for html and css - he didn't have to write those

john16:06:04

But he took them and hooked them up to clojure spec to procedurally generate random, valid html/css

john16:06:02

then he uses some other techniques, with opencv (computer vision) to progressively adapt the output towards the desired target visual

agigao23:06:08

Hello Clojurians, I have a question, a topic is a bit unusual, but still, would like to hear your opinions. The government plans to build a road through my country-side valley, and it will be a 4 lane transit highway, mostly will be used for lorries, which cuts through my private lands and the road will be roughly 50-60 meters away from my house. I feel rather sceptical regarding the project due to number of reasons. What do you think? What’s an European experience regarding building such roads through the Alps? A video demonstration of the project - https://youtu.be/KyDEWCxnvrE?t=102 here at 1:42, the closest building to the right is my house, circled on a photo here.

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