2001-12-18 07:40:47 +0000 <shapr> I should probably start a mailing list somewhere
2001-12-18 07:41:06 +0000 <shapr> julien: did you write anything new recently?
2001-12-18 07:41:13 +0000 <julien> nope
2001-12-18 07:41:20 +0000 <julien> A lot of reading
2001-12-18 07:41:42 +0000 <julien> I found a good document in a french university about compilation
2001-12-18 07:42:19 +0000 <julien> The teacher uses Haskell to explain his course
2001-12-18 07:42:46 +0000 <shapr> sounds good
2001-12-18 07:42:52 +0000 <shapr> tried to do any code?
2001-12-18 07:44:27 +0000 <julien> nothing greater than some "Hello world"'s :-)
2001-12-18 07:44:43 +0000 <shapr> that's a good way to start
2001-12-18 07:45:53 +0000 <julien> I was reading about network libraries of ghc, and bindings with other libraies
2001-12-18 07:46:23 +0000 <julien> I will try to program a little server this WE
2001-12-18 07:46:38 +0000 <julien> if i have time enough ...
2001-12-18 07:48:47 +0000 <shapr> I'd like to change my Mandelbrot to save the fractal I've graphed, and then later increase the resolution of the array, or whatever I've saved it as
2001-12-18 07:48:54 +0000 <shapr> that would be spiffy
2001-12-18 08:32:41 +0000juhpreleases hsclock-0.01.0
2001-12-18 08:33:03 +0000 <juhp> see the announcement on haskell@haskell or
2001-12-18 08:33:17 +0000 <juhp> http://www.01.246.ne.jp/~juhp/haskell/hsclock/
2001-12-18 09:42:12 +0000 <shapr> cool, I'll check it out!
2001-12-18 09:43:13 +0000 <shapr> whoa spiffy, it's gtk
2001-12-18 13:37:02 +0000sjanes71wakes up with a bad cold.
2001-12-18 13:37:24 +0000shaprhas a bad cold and wants to go to sleep
2001-12-18 13:37:46 +0000 <sjanes71> slashdot is catching up with my ideas for the operating system
2001-12-18 13:38:07 +0000 <sjanes71> article about David Gelerenter and killing the files/directories stuff
2001-12-18 14:40:12 +0000 <dennisb> I for one don't understand what else you would like to use
2001-12-18 14:40:55 +0000 <dennisb> one could use something like a database maybe, but it wont really make a difference
2001-12-18 15:13:20 +0000 <sjanes71> people give me a weird look when I try to describe it, I haven't figured out how to describe it fully yet. :)
2001-12-18 15:15:17 +0000 <shapr> try it on us
2001-12-18 15:15:24 +0000 <shapr> maybe we can help you refine the words
2001-12-18 15:15:27 +0000 <sjanes71> ok
2001-12-18 15:15:49 +0000 <sjanes71> across all the major operating systems today
2001-12-18 15:16:14 +0000 <sjanes71> there's a filesystem where there are places for the system and for the user
2001-12-18 15:16:51 +0000 <sjanes71> in most cases, the user accumulates their files on the "desktop" or whereever the "default" location for files go for each application
2001-12-18 15:17:51 +0000 <sjanes71> so eventually what happens is during the course of using the computer the filesystem starts to rot
2001-12-18 15:18:09 +0000 <sjanes71> and the user may uninstall applications or remove directories