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2016-06-23

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2016-06-22

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2016-03-09

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2016-03-08

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2015-01-07

2014-10-07

[05:53:00] Tricon: TZs are such a pain.
[05:53:31] Tricon: Every try unlocking content at the same relative time in each TZ? It's _way_ harder than it sounds.
[05:54:27] Tricon: pontiki: There was weeping and gnashing of teeth.
[05:54:40] Tricon: Hanmac: Yep.
[05:54:46] Tricon: Some countries make it up every year.

2014-10-06

[01:53:43] Tricon: finisherr: Sound hot.
[01:53:46] Tricon: *Sounds hot

2014-10-01

[19:43:36] Tricon: omosoj: Patch level.
[19:44:22] Tricon: omosoj: Yeah. You can be specific about the patch level available. It depends on how they have it written.
[19:44:27] Tricon: Try it the first way if that's how you see it.
[19:45:03] Tricon: omosoj: It does. It needs to be how they have it specified. I've seen it both ways.

2014-09-23

[20:14:16] Tricon: Q&A/chat.

2014-09-13

[17:32:41] Tricon: ericwood_: I haven't used it.
[17:32:51] Tricon: ericwood_: Seems both useful and scary.

2014-07-31

2014-06-11

[22:01:05] Tricon: matled: Good answer.

2014-05-09

[16:10:42] Tricon: /what-is-the-matrix

2014-05-08

[22:24:53] Tricon: razrunelord: That's sexy. Did you figure it out?
[22:25:55] Tricon: razrunelord: Well that's a damn shame.
[22:26:56] Tricon: I think the bigger issue is having to tweak it for all of the possible tokens.
[22:27:24] Tricon: wallerdev: Good point.
[22:36:57] Tricon: atmosx: Same.
[22:37:37] Tricon: Re: Color schemes, I've been married to my custom version of Monokai for years; but it may be time to play with others just for fun.
[22:39:00] Tricon: drizz: Looks nice. I'm also nostalgic for MagicWB (an Amiga theme).
[23:35:50] Tricon: I love my life. Think about it: Many of us make a living by pressing buttons and being geniuses. That's something to be thankful for.

2014-04-19

[19:48:38] Tricon: Matip: You want to call a method at the end of a block?
[19:51:37] Tricon: Matip: Yes, that should work.
[20:02:31] Tricon: epinorian: It depends on how you want your app to respond. It's okay to raise a 404 or 503 if that is how you want it to respond to the user or system.
[20:04:25] Tricon: epinorian: You could simply exit the method that polls for the data on those returns.
[20:04:50] Tricon: epinorian: The rule of thumb is that exceptions should be exceptional.
[20:05:26] Tricon: epinorian: It doesn't sound like your app depends upon the returned data, thus I would'n recommend making this an exception.
[20:05:40] Tricon: *wouldn't
[20:08:37] Tricon: Catch the error and degrade gracefully.
[20:11:17] Tricon: epinorian: Sure thing. Feel free to reach out for more help. Catch would be most elegant for what you are describing.
[20:21:07] Tricon: Lightsword: I'd probably `.gsub` it with an expression.
[20:22:21] Tricon: Lightsword: Do you have the WAN IF IP in a var?
[20:22:29] Tricon: Lightsword: Or do you need to fetch that too?
[20:24:47] Tricon: Lightsword: K, no problem. Let me get you a working example..
[20:41:36] Tricon: Lightsword: There are more effective ways to do this, and this is pretty dependent upon the formating to be correct...
[20:41:43] Tricon: Lightsword: But you could do this: `file_contents = File.read("config.txt"); new_contents = file_contents.gsub(/(config interface 'wan'.*?option ipaddr ')[0-9.]+'/m, "\\1127.0.0.1'"); File.open("config.txt", "w") { |f| f.puts new_contents }`
[20:42:49] Tricon: Lightsword: Replace "127.0.0.1" with your var: `#{var}`
[20:55:04] Tricon: Lightsword: You're welcome.
[20:58:56] Tricon: Whoa... MatthewsFace is in here... It must be an ASCII face.

2013-07-23

[19:28:27] Tricon: I love the aluminum Apple keyboards, however, I just got my Das Keyboard Ultimate in today.
[19:29:29] Tricon: FYI, if you go this route and have a Mac, I can't recommend this utility enough: https://pqrs.org/macosx/keyremap4macbook/
[19:30:54] Tricon: joelteon: You can use the utility I linked to remap the keys. Used it to get my media keys back.
[19:31:25] Tricon: joelteon: Awesome. Love it so much.
[19:31:43] Tricon: One thing that's bringing back memories is how the plastic sometimes squeaks.
[19:33:51] Tricon: lethjakman: Do you know how the Leopold comares to the Das? I'd love to not have a keypad.
[19:35:12] Tricon: lethjakman: I may pick that up to try it out. Can always send the Das back or keep it for another workstation.
[19:36:33] Tricon: Or maybe I should just start macro-ing the hell out of the keypad.
[19:37:07] Tricon: When I told a friend that I want to get _another_ keyboard, "hah. Interesting. I say just mod a power glove and use that."
[19:37:42] Tricon: jstew: I just keep my door closed.
[19:40:36] Tricon: It's SFW.
[19:40:44] Tricon: Jabberwock: I was going to do a parody like that.
[19:53:51] Tricon: I haven't had any issues with rbenv. No motivation to switch.
[19:53:57] Tricon: fryguy: That could make sense.
[19:59:11] Tricon: jstew: At a glance, I thought you said, "It depends on how hot your chubby is." ಠ_ಠ

2013-05-04

[01:05:39] Tricon: brownies, heeton: +1

2013-04-29

[17:59:42] Tricon: It's a trap!

2013-03-25

[02:09:40] Tricon: garbagecollectio: In this case, ["Dear", "Michael, Thank", "you", "very", "much", "for", "inviting", "us", "into", "your", "home", "last", "evenin", ""].map { |a| a.split(' ') }.select { |a| a.length > 1 }.flatten.first.to_s[-1]

2013-03-22

[02:07:47] Tricon: Can one buy BitCoin securities?
[05:01:08] Tricon: I think I'm a Mustache convert.
[05:31:14] Tricon: sam113101: Cool story, bro?
[05:36:47] Tricon: Cakey: This gave me a LOL.
[05:38:06] Tricon: Cakey: I'm totally going to contribute to this as I see issues raised.

2013-03-21

[19:40:09] Tricon: ACTION Sees name "Courtney" :) Sees that it's a dude :(
[19:56:46] Tricon: kara_sweets: Using rails-messaging in production.
[19:56:58] Tricon: kara_sweets: With some minor modifications.

2013-03-19

[22:49:12] Tricon: FFForever: It's rails plugin.

2013-03-17

[20:04:14] Tricon: chopin: I totally read that with Chopin playing it the background.

2013-03-16

[07:14:28] Tricon: Tarential: Ya suckin' on Node.js dick, BRO!?
[07:14:46] Tricon: pipework: Well said.
[07:21:14] Tricon: pipework: Rhino or SpiderMonkey?
[07:21:50] Tricon: pipework: I love me some C.

2013-03-15

[18:41:43] Tricon: I'd like to buy zeroeth a beer for killing the channel: https://gist.github.com/tricon/5172042
[18:44:35] Tricon: zeroeth: The love is received and appreciated. You, sir, get a GitHub follow.
[18:45:19] Tricon: zeroeth: Dude. Totally hung out on Dalnet and Efnet.
[18:45:35] Tricon: zeroeth: I used to write Mirc scripts. Love that program.
[18:45:47] Tricon: Bravebellows: No kidding? Awesome. Congrats!
[18:49:00] Tricon: Bravebellows: So true. I used to be skeptical of "online dating", but it lets you put personality first.
[18:49:14] Tricon: zeroeth: Yeah, not far at all. Good o'l Champaign, IL.
[18:49:19] Tricon: "Tribes" was AMAZING!
[18:50:19] Tricon: I haven't played "Ascend".
[18:51:47] Tricon: Bravebellows: My friend played the hell out of that.
[18:52:04] Tricon: zeroeth: I just started a "Quake 1" server in Chicago last weekend.
[18:52:08] Tricon: Have bots running around on it currently.
[18:58:33] Tricon: zeroeth: I actually just noticed all your "Quake" repos. Very cool.
[19:07:11] Tricon: zeroeth: I started reading through the "Doom" source last weekend. Been meaning to get around to it for some time.
[19:10:20] Tricon: The EvilEpoch: Still using AASM.

2013-03-07

[01:46:19] Tricon: I dropped Spork as well. Use fixtures most of the time.
[01:47:09] Tricon: TConsole.

2013-03-02

[17:11:35] Tricon: Need User.where(username: 'fayimora").first
[17:11:42] Tricon: User.find_by_username
[17:43:43] Tricon: I liked RVM. I've never had a problem with rbenv, though.