On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:59:24 +0200, Peter Rabbitson <rabbit+d...@rabbit.us> wrote:

On 10/12/2016 06:43 PM, Christian Walde wrote:
On Tue, 11 Oct 2016 19:27:03 +0200, Peter Rabbitson
<rabbit+d...@rabbit.us> wrote:

For crying out loud: we are talking about the person who considers
this Rube Goldberg machine[11] fit for every day use!!!

[11] https://youtu.be/j3r-lKlrrRg?t=1035

I'm a little confused here. I saw a talk that: Starts with a sentence
stating "this is crazy stuff", contains the phrase "hackometer status:
melted" and ends on the note of "play with this".

How did you get "considered fit for every day use" out of this?


"... And I wanted to use this for IRC scripting, and I am not recompiling my entire frigging IRC rig against a different perl in order to do that..."

Seems like a case of everyday use to me.

Thanks for clarifying. It seems like a reasonable interpretation to make, though i find the exact intent behind that a little ambiguous. Getting it usable in irc could be anything from driving a business on it to making a new cowsay in it.

With regards,
Christian Walde

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