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How would do a rc script for ACME that does goto-line number? I'm not sure where I can find information on the ACME bindings via rc? Any tips would help 🙏 cheers

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I managed to build my website on plan9 via pcc, but part of me is thinking.. well I could convert it all to plan9 C..

Figured out the basics for drawing stuff I think. The docs are pretty great.

Also, I'm becoming a freaking ACME magician, I love the chords scheme thingy.

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@grey I can't see a signin button on lines anymore, did the layout change or something? I'm a new device and I'm logged out, there's nothing in the header besides the logo, any idea?

The nice lady from the postal service has finally brought me the Plaid kit I had ordered many months ago, and I am QUITE excited about it. Now I just need a few more weeks to find enough time to assemble it...

I can't believe I'm actually thinking about making my own conlang. It's way too early for that. But... I can clearly see how it would fit with another ancient project of mine, like the new piece, and possibly the last, of a very old puzzle.

Our only working mouse was overgrown with moss tuck behind the bookshelf(the boat is total mess), but someone on twitter come to our rescue and threw us a mouse from over the quay.


that's all for now, I will be back online later tonight when the sun is lower 👋

At night, we lit up Pino with makeshift lanterns made from Yebisu cans and pumpkin carving candles.

We spent about 10 days becalmed in Silent Hill grade fog, a few days south of the Alceutians. We could hardly tell when the days ended and when the nights started. Our time in purgatory was a bit of a blur. Our ship's logs shows hints of bouts of madness.

A picture of our tattered charts which got submerged in our capsize 1000nm off the Japanese coast.

We charted our position on these daily despite them being nearly ruined.

We were followed by sea birds and purpose throughout our passage, ut eventually they all left. We were unkowingly approaching a massive fleet of chinese thrawlers 3000nm away from Japanese coast.

There would be 40 ish boats, lighting up the night sky. We could smell their engines before we could even see their black smoke.

After spending a long time at sea, with nothing but the sound of the waves, encountering commercial fishing liners was terrifying and made awfully sad.

I haven't seen or heard anything of international news in weeks, I'm trying to youtube-dl some LastWeekTonight episodes at 20kb/s sitting at the end of our quarantine dock.

RIP Larry Pardey, he died 3 days ago, we had dreams about Lin & Larry while we were at sea. They've inspired us a lot.

Browsing the local instance feed for the first time in weeks! Damn, I missed this place.

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