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[00:20:14] <Lucifer_arma> Quassel has the advantage of letting me have one computer sit on the network and just be there
[00:20:26] <Lucifer_arma> then I can connect my various other devices to it and see what's been happening
[00:20:47] <Lucifer_arma> my last logout from here was because I shut down the computer hosting my quassel-core, and then it broke
[00:21:07] <Lucifer_arma> so now I'm using Konversation just in this channel (all the other channels I was in are gone for now)
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[02:10:36] <luke-jr> Lucifer_arma: ZNC does the same, but more hacky since it uses the IRC protocol for the client
[02:11:00] <luke-jr> I'd love to use Konversation with a Quassel BNC
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[03:02:18] <Z-Man> Quassel's practical advantage over ZNC is that all connected clients see all of the chat quasselcore recorded. ZNC only shows the stuff you missed to ONE client. That said, I'm using quasselcore which connects to ZNC which then connects to real IRC. I can't remember exactly why, possibly ZNC is better at reconnecting and keeping my identity logged in. Possibly just because I started with a pure ZNC setup.
[03:03:56] <Z-Man> Annoyingly, Quasseldroid is not really all that good at automatically reconnecting to quasselcore or at keeping running in the background. Dunno which.
[03:05:09] <Z-Man> And while I'm typing, going back a day, yeah, git and github make decentral collaboration a breeze. It's quite possible to have a main repository that nobody ever directly pushes to and handle everything with pull requests.
[03:28:26] <Z-Man> It's just really easy to make a mess with your local/personal branches, I imagine.
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[13:49:29] <Lucifer_arma> the whole reason I was running quassel (besides it becoming the default irc client for kubuntu in place of Konversation) was so I could have the core running on one computer,
[13:49:39] <Lucifer_arma> and my tablet could run quasseldroid
[13:50:03] <Lucifer_arma> at the time, I had a really shitty laptop that was getting steadily worse in how well it ran, so I was doing more and more stuff with my tablet
[13:50:49] <Lucifer_arma> but I have ordered a mobo/cpu combo to replace the computer that broke.  I think I'll retire the name Dead-Parrot and name it something else.
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[14:59:22] <ct|kyle> Lucifer_arma: "something else" is a great name
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[15:33:28] <luke-jr> lol
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[17:20:09] <Lucifer_arma> ct|kyle: doesn't really fit with the Monty Python theme we've got going :)
[17:21:07] <Lucifer_arma> well, I just ordered a case for the new motherboard.  It turns out that the two OEM cases I own won't take non-OEM parts.  One case doesn't have the ATX hole, and the other has the ATX hole, but the power supply hole is specific to its own
[17:21:15] <Lucifer_arma> and its own is so old it doesn't have sata power connectors
[17:21:43] <Lucifer_arma> but I should be able to reuse my Dell power supply, which was made after the early-00's Dell PSU shenanigans
[17:21:56] <Lucifer_arma> and therefore should (hopefully) have a standard ATX power connector
[17:22:29] <Lucifer_arma> do cases still come standard with PSUs?  I haven't bought a case in like 15 years...
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[19:02:07] <ct|kyle> Lucifer_arma: a lot of them do, higher end cases don't tend to
[19:02:33] <ct|kyle> Lucifer_arma: power supply at the bottom is the way to go
[19:03:07] <ct|kyle> Lucifer_arma: you sugest that name, not me :)
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