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13 Feb 2019
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14 Feb 2019
20:33:23@neighborlyjim:matrix.orgneighborlyjimIs there any benefit to hosting a node? Can I create private rooms that only I can see like let's chat, but still contribute to the overall infrastructure?
20:34:54@tulir:maunium.nettulirrooms exist equally on all servers that have members in them (and only on those servers)
20:41:10@neighborlyjim:matrix.orgneighborlyjimThis is interesting. So, if I'm running a server in a vm on my network, how does the web browser I'm using know to utilize that server?
20:44:15@tgray96:matrix.orgtwpeagle changed their display name from tgray96 to twpeagle.
20:45:24@tulir:maunium.nettulircurrent web browsers generally aren't matrix clients, but you of course need to tell your matrix client which server to log in to
20:46:10@neighborlyjim:matrix.orgneighborlyjimGotcha. So, it's likely that the users that are currently serving this room are not using riot?
20:46:26@neighborlyjim:matrix.orgneighborlyjimI'm gonna go do some research and see what this is capable of
20:46:46@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageYou can tell riot to use a different server too
20:46:47@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageI'm using Riot together with my own server
20:50:00@neighborlyjim:matrix.orgneighborlyjimI just joined the Homelab Discord channel, and I'm like "Look at me, I'm hip and cool on discord!!" Then, here comes a reddit post that brings me here and WTF?
21:09:44@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageThat was probably my post that brought about a quarter of the people in here
15 Feb 2019
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16 Feb 2019
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18 Feb 2019
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19 Feb 2019
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14:23:48@kenneth:ksteimel.duckdns.orgKenneth https://github.com/philipl/pifs
14:25:48@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageFun little joke prototype, this pifs
14:28:34@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageNice to see that still more people are joining this room! Welcome everyone who came in since friday :)
14:40:51@kenneth:ksteimel.duckdns.orgKennethYeah it's a pretty funny read
20:31:34@shaggadelic:matrix.orgshaggadelicKenneth
20:31:45@shaggadelic:matrix.orgshaggadelicIs that 100% compression actually legit?
20:34:39@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhage shaggadelic: pi has the interesting property that every combination of ones and zeros is somewhere in it, so theoretically you can store data in pi by finding it and storing it's index. You aren't storing the data then, so it's compressed 100%. The problem with this is, that storing the location inside pi in most cases takes considerably more space than the data itself, so it's not useful at all
20:35:48@shaggadelic:matrix.orgshaggadelicThanks for the explanation. Still a rather cool concept, even though it's not practical at the moment.
20:36:08@jan.christian:gruenhage.xyzjcgruenhageIt's a nice toy project, but it will never become practical
20:46:43@tulir:maunium.nettulir
In reply to @shaggadelic:matrix.org
Is that 100% compression actually legit?
100% compression is of course actually impossible
20 Feb 2019
02:03:47@kenneth:ksteimel.duckdns.orgKenneth Yeah I don't think it's meant to be practical. It's more like brainfuck but for file systems

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