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[16:35] <blindcoder> moin
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[17:06] <elon> salue
[17:06] <blindcoder> moin
[17:30] <esden> moin
[17:31] <blindcoder> moin esden 
[17:31] <esden> nice ... repl.esden.net is up and running ... *happy*
[17:33] <blindcoder> repl?
[17:35] <esden> it is my root server for playing around ... and the name was chosen because of my current working with lisp ... (equ "repl" "Read Evaluate Print Loop") one of the best things in lisp
[17:36] <blindcoder> ah
[17:37] Action: blindcoder is currently playing with the music genome project
[17:37] <esden> that sounds nice too
[17:39] <blindcoder> yeah :)
[17:39] <blindcoder> trying to find some new music to listen to
[17:45] <esden> woot ... from time to time there is really an amazing track on starfrosh ... all the other time the music is OK I would say ...
[17:46] <esden> I like music podcast you get music without searching for it ... and it is prefiltered ... I like it
[17:46] <esden> and what is most importaint ... the music is free like in beer ;)
[17:48] <blindcoder> hehe
[17:48] <esden> what I would like to find now is a mod music podcast
[17:48] <esden> blibblob is a good thing for chiptunes ... but some mods would be also appreciated
[17:48] <blindcoder> what about nectarine?
[17:49] <esden> blindcoder: a podcast ... not a streaming radio
[17:49] <esden> I do not have internet in my car ... and ripping a stream simply sucks
[17:50] <blindcoder> ah
[17:50] <blindcoder> hmm
[17:50] <blindcoder> nectarine streams titles
[17:50] <blindcoder> esden: http://www.crash-override.net/patchesxmms.html
[17:50] <blindcoder> :)
[17:51] <esden> what you do with it is called ripping my friend
[17:51] <esden> and there is enough software to do that around ... 
[17:51] <blindcoder> yeah, but I prefer to have it in one software
[17:51] <esden> and I want a podcast that conviniently works with itunes ... I am lazy ... I do not want to do more work then nessesary :)
[17:52] <blindcoder> no need to have two things running if one is sufficient
[17:52] <esden> there are also ripping solutions for itunes ... but still it is not a podcast and ripper suck more bandwidth then nessesary ... 
[17:52] <esden> another fine thing in a podcast is that a track comes only once
[17:53] <esden> and I get only new stuff
[17:53] <esden> when I removed a track that sucks then it stays removed
[17:53] <esden> and will not get downloaded somewhere in the future again ... 
[17:53] <esden> and that happens in a ripper
[17:53] <esden> the next time the track is played on the stream it gets added to library again :/
[17:54] <blindcoder> true
[17:55] <elon> so what pice of softw. do you use to hear pcasts besides iTunes ?
[17:55] <esden> woot ... another episode of C64 Take-Away podcast!!! *happy*
[17:55] <esden> elon: iTunes ;)
[17:55] <esden> I do not need other software ;)
[17:55] <esden> it is not perfect but good enough
[17:56] <elon> the apple policy sucks i think..
[18:00] <esden> why? ... you mean DRM? ... this is not Apple that is guilty that it is there ... that are the music companies like DMG and Sony ... in the first versions of iTunes there was no DRM ... the libraries of other people popped up in your itunes just like they do today (the people have to be in your local network) ... and in the beginning you could simply move over the music you liked to your library ... but the music industry forced Apple to remov
[18:01] <esden> now you can play other people music but you can not copy it :(
[18:01] <esden> but there is software that can remove that restriction *GG*
[18:02] <esden> you should whack Sony ... and other companies ... RIAA ... or even boykot them
[18:02] <elon> doing this over nfs atm but it sucks.. 
[18:03] <elon> yes.. i know that it is actually a bigger field of comp. beeing responsible
[18:04] <elon> and thats why i'am linstening mostly to free radio stations..
[18:05] <esden> elon: yes ... I even encourage people to hear to CreativeCommons music
[18:05] <esden> there are tons of music that is pretty nice ... but still you need someone or something prefilter it for you ... because it is just like with everything ... 90% sucks ;)
[18:05] <esden> and that is what podcasts are for ;)
[18:08] <esden> the only problem with that is that there are still not so many podcasts .. because you would need for every 10th taste (you can normally approximate them to one common) a podcast that prefilters everything that is avalable
[18:09] <elon> right.. or sth. like Last.FM
[18:10] <esden> and another thing is that even with iTunes podcasts and blogs are still not so easy to use as they should be (I admit that I have no real solution for it) my parents still have a bit of a problem with this stuff
[18:11] <esden> but I think with the time passing there will be solutions that are sutable for normal people
[18:13] <elon> can you provide your own podcasts with iTunes ?
[18:15] <esden> no but with garage band you can really easily create your own podcast but ... people say that iWeb provides a very nice way to create podcast feeds
[18:15] <esden> but I have not tried that
[18:16] <elon> kewl..
[18:30] <esden> cool ... that was damn easy ... 
[18:31] <esden> I just created a site with a blog and a podcast with iWeb ... 
[18:31] <esden> amazing
[18:31] <elon> thats osx
[18:33] <esden> http://repl.esden.net/iweb_test/
[18:33] <esden> I am really shocked how easy this stuff can be
[18:34] <esden> it took me 15 minutes inclusive uploading and copying to the right place on my server
[18:35] <esden> and I have never used iWeb before
[18:36] <elon> would be nice if osx software ran on BSD-style os'es.
[18:37] <esden> humm ... yes ... it would be nice if you could get the tools they have in .mac so that you have all the functionality you get when uploading iWeb sites to .mac on your own server
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[20:22] <stf^rocklinux> hm, the freetype update utterly breaks xorg afaics ... even some X11R7.1 modules won't compile :(
[20:24] <daja77> stf^rocklinux: have you looked at the patches for x.org?
[20:25] <stf^rocklinux> daja77: where?
[20:26] <stf^rocklinux> the link you gave on rock-devel only points to one patch for xprint, which is already in X11R7.1
[20:36] <stf^rocklinux> ah, there's a patch for xorg 6.9 and freetype 2.2.1 in freedesktop.org bugzilla
[20:36] Action: stf^rocklinux likes copy&paste :)
[20:47] <esden> damn ... what was the name of the project that managed it to break an rsa key using grid computing...? 
[20:49] <blindcoder> forgot your ssh keyphrase?
[20:50] <esden> nono ... I just wondered ... because I used to run the client also on my machines ...
[20:50] <esden> and I forgot the name of the project
[20:51] <blindcoder> hmm
[20:51] <blindcoder> no idea, sorry
[20:51] <esden> damn
[20:54] <esden> distributed.net >_<
[20:55] <blindcoder> heh
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