#haskell - Sun 15 Apr 2007 between 00:04 and 00:19

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naraini imagine it should be possible to implement them though
how does lambdabot maintain its memories if it "goes down from time to time"? dump them to a file somewhere?
stepcutnarain: yes
sorearyes, a set of files
gzipped binary evil
actionnarain imagines patching lambdabot's memoirs with the ones lb's been saving
narainimagines patching lambdabot's memoirs with the ones lb's been saving
stepcutnarain: I think the problem is figuring out how to merge the changes, since some actionss are destructive
though, I guess lb essentially started with nothing, so it is all new stuff
mauke@quote
lbapfelmus says: Haskell is the first programming language that really offers the possibility to specify data dependencies exactly as they are because Haskell is pure, higher order and has a powerful
type system.
narainpossibly dumb/crazy idea: you could take the entire irc logs since lb's been running and feed them to lambdabot?
stepcutnarain: you would probably have to filter out everything <lb> said to ensure the same results, but that could sort of work
narain: @seen would have a skewed view of things
narainthat's true
so many plugins lb has
soreargrr. I seem to have forgotten the passphrase to ndm's haskell.org login private key
stepcutis it 12345 ?
dmwitCrap! Now I have to change my password again.
I can't believe you guys go transmitting my password around in plaintext.
;-)
stepcutdmwit: if you type your password in this channel ChanServ will automatically hide it for you, like ********
;)
sorearit's not my password, my root password, my haskellwiki password, my email password, or my ghc-wiki password
dmwitI'm no bash.org newby. ;-)
stepcut:p
actionsorear has a practice of writing down things like this, but can't find the file
sorearhas a practice of writing down things like this, but can't find the file
actionnarain uses at most three passwords at a time: one for critical logins, one for non-critical logins, and one for very non-critical logins he needs to share with people
narainuses at most three passwords at a time: one for critical logins, one for non-critical logins, and one for very non-critical logins he needs to share with people
actiondmwit changes his password often, but keeps a list of *old* passwords in plaintext.
dmwitchanges his password often, but keeps a list of *old* passwords in plaintext.
actionstepcut uses kwalletmanager
stepcutuses kwalletmanager
dmwit(In case he forgets to change one and doesn't remember how many revisions ago he last changed it. ;-)
actionsorear keeps his root password written on a piece of paper next to his computer. Anyone who can get that close doesn't need it.
sorearkeeps his root password written on a piece of paper next to his computer. Anyone who can get that close doesn't need it.
actiondmwit puts on his ninja gear
dmwitputs on his ninja gear
naraina true ninja is always in gear
sorearagain, if you can get that close, you'd be wiser to use init=/bin/sh
dmwit?go init=/bin/sh
lbhttp://www.linux-mips.org/archives/linux-mips/1997-04/msg00050.html
Title: Re: init=/bin/sh and serial devices
stepcutsorear: you don't have a BIOS password!?!?!
anyway, you'd be even wiser to use init=/usr/bin/emacs

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