some of the syntax: - euc: euclidean rhythms - ins: set the instrument for every note in the sequence - fol: follow every note in the sequence - rot: rotate the sequence - cat: concatenate sequences - $>1: schedule this pattern to run once at the end of the current pattern
the patterns alternate track numbers and expressions to mean "put the result of this expression on this track"
tracks of unequal lengths are extended to balance the final pattern!
If you're a capitalist then of course you want trustless transactions and organizations, because those perfectly obfuscate the social relations. And that then allows all manner of horrors to be laundered within the economy, or treated as externalities. For the capitalist, trust is friction. It means that you need to know more than zero about who you're dealing with and what they're up to.
not sure if my instincts are off so lmk how you all feel about this: "in a hypothetical federated git platform, i would like it if conversations in a repository (eg issues and pull requests) were stored directly in the repository as opposed to in a database on the server"
caller: *answers every question with an unintelligible scream, audibly soils themselves, cries inconsolably while cursing god* lulu: you did very well! thank you for playing the puzzle, what's your member station?
internet archive question: is there a way i can tell IA to archive a publicly readable URL? ie, make a copy of the data available at a URL and add it to an IA item?
i have a large amount of data i want to archive there (100K+ files, ~2TB total) all already available at public URLs (moving from amazon S3). i'm trying to avoid a situation where I download all of that data just to upload it to IA again. ideally IA could ingest it directly without an intermediate server.
imagine, a stack of carefully placed stones, and the moss that slowly creeps over its surface, forming a cohesive body, and then gaining sapience. that’s me thats my gender. use me to remember where you are going in life, and please help keep me tall so others may rely on me later.