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whaack: dorion or jfw: I am new to tmux. I ssh'd into my server and started yrc in a tmux session and detached the session. When I want to open irc I ssh back in and reattach to the tmux session. This works fine but sometimes there is delay between the time where i press the key and the time i see the character in my yrc client
whaack: it's something I can live with but I was wondering if I'm doing something wrong. Emacs iirc can keep a local buffer when you open a remote file, although I don't use that feature
jfw: whaack: interactive things over tcp do tend to bring out the flaws in one's network connection, packet loss especially. Do you see the same lag typing around in a plain shell on the server?
jfw: that local buffer feature sounds like a local emacs downloading, editing locally then re-uploading so not really comparable.
jfw: I have this problem too on occasion and have just suffered with it.
jfw: shrysr reported success with 'mosh', which does things like buffering characters locally and bypassing some tcp 'features'. It didn't look too hygienic though at first glance, mandatory-unicode-everywhere for instance
jfw: hm, and doing its own crypto protocol - not that that's a bad thing per se, but much easier to get wrong than right
jfw: Otherwise: my presentation went fine and seemed well received. Got some lively debate going in the audience toward the end. Got one lead on my plate so far, and at least a possible referral source on Robinson's
jfw: Not fully recovered on health but hanging in, just exhausted mainly.
whaack: jfw: nice to hear you pulled through. curious to hear what the debate was about
whaack: jfw: and yeah it's the same lag i see normally while in a shell.
jfw: whaack: main outbreak I'm recalling was one of the more talkative fellows saying ~ "well this is great information and all, certainly serious people should learn this stuff, but how will there ever be mass adoption if these are the lengths you have to go to?" Bunch of others then chimed in with "who needs mass adoption, the masses don't have savings in fiat anyway"
whaack: diana_coman: EOD Report: G: When I got tired I swapped to an easier task instead of stopping work altgoether. WTI: Keep a list of easy tasks to attack when I have short time / am tired. B: I struggled all day with navigation around my comp, and did not take proper steps to improve my station setup. WTI: take steps that will permanently improve my setup i.e. remap hotkeys instead of learning what
whaack: they are set to by default only to change them later.
whaack: jfw: aha nice. I've seen the "no mass adoption if its so complicated" line of reasoning a million times, but cool to hear there were " a bunch of others " on the other side
whaack: jfw: in fact I think the most common topic at any typical "blockchain/crypto conference" is "how do we increase mass adoption (for the stupid plebs of which we could not possibly be a part of)"
jfw: ikr? I scarcely had anything to add.
diana_coman: http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/ossasepia/2020-02-14#1018399 - oh hey, glad to hear it and well done!
ossabot: Logged on 2020-02-14 00:35:35 jfw: Otherwise: my presentation went fine and seemed well received. Got some lively debate going in the audience toward the end. Got one lead on my plate so far, and at least a possible referral source on Robinson's
diana_coman: http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/ossasepia/2020-02-14#1018403 - ahaha, nice.
ossabot: Logged on 2020-02-14 00:55:48 jfw: whaack: main outbreak I'm recalling was one of the more talkative fellows saying ~ "well this is great information and all, certainly serious people should learn this stuff, but how will there ever be mass adoption if these are the lengths you have to go to?" Bunch of others then chimed in with "who needs mass adoption, the masses don't have savings in fiat anyway"
diana_coman: http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/ossasepia/2020-02-14#1018404 - it sounds like a good time to reassess those shortcut keys or whatevers but if they are indeed the best, then ofc just set them on the new computer too, why wouldn't you
ossabot: Logged on 2020-02-14 00:58:18 whaack: diana_coman: EOD Report: G: When I got tired I swapped to an easier task instead of stopping work altgoether. WTI: Keep a list of easy tasks to attack when I have short time / am tired. B: I struggled all day with navigation around my comp, and did not take proper steps to improve my station setup. WTI: take steps that will permanently improve my setup i.e. remap hotkeys instead of learning what
diana_coman: http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/ossasepia/2020-02-14#1018408 - tsk; jfw, add simply the question(s) they never asked themselves properly before spewing the common nonsense; in this case: why do you want to increase mass adoption? (and then from there on, until they run into whatever walls they choose, sure).
ossabot: Logged on 2020-02-14 01:09:27 jfw: ikr? I scarcely had anything to add.

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