Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pdl, 2013-11-30

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00:00 Mithaldu anyhow, i should really finish watching wolf children now
00:01 jberger_ code is copyright of Plotly?
00:01 jberger_ Mithaldu, do you work for Plotly or is the written on commission?
00:02 Mithaldu commission
00:02 jberger_ cool!
00:02 Mithaldu see: https://metacpan.org/pod/WebService::Plotly#THANKS
00:03 jberger_ ah, I was looking at the code and saw the comment block
00:03 jberger_ should have looked at the pod :-)
00:03 Mithaldu :)
00:03 jberger_ Christopher Parmer++
00:04 Mithaldu i'll forward the cheers :)
00:04 jberger_ please do
01:39 * jberger_ finds himself golfing WS::Plotly a bit
01:39 jberger_ golfing might be a bad term
01:39 jberger_ tinkering
01:39 jberger_ :-)
01:39 Mithaldu jberger: please do :)
01:40 Mithaldu just keep in mind: i copied the python implementation almost 1:1
01:40 jberger_ I guessed that
01:40 jberger_ it simplifies a lot if you make an _encode method
01:41 jberger_ unfortunately I have to step out for a bit, but I might send a pr later on tonight (probably morning for you)
01:41 Mithaldu no hurry :)
03:39 jberger_ Mithaldu, still up?
03:39 jberger_ https://github.com/jberger/plotlyperl/compare/cparmer:master...master
03:40 jberger_ this is a first cut, I would actually remove the _make_payload method all together unless you wanted to test the results
03:40 Mithaldu just pushed the buggy implementation of tutorial 17
03:40 Mithaldu i think that's gonna be too much braining for me tonight
03:40 jberger_ hehe
03:40 jberger_ understood
03:40 Mithaldu hey why'd you remove the caller name stuff? :P
03:41 jberger_ pretty proud of that were you :-)
03:41 jberger_ it was too much braining for me :D
03:41 Mithaldu honestly i was annoyed that i couldn't find a decent way to condense the 3 sub definitions into one!
03:42 jberger_ tada
03:43 Mithaldu hmm, anyhow, this is a bit too complex for me now
03:43 Mithaldu i'll review when it's not 0445 :)
03:43 jberger_ right
03:43 Mithaldu thanks in advance though!
03:43 jberger_ I don't know how you guys do it
03:43 jberger_ #mojo is mostly europeans too and they are still at it when I go to bed!
03:43 Mithaldu get up at 0910 after 10 hours sleep and live single
03:44 Mithaldu also being <= 30 helps
03:44 jberger_ I am now == 30
03:44 Mithaldu oh well then
03:44 jberger_ :-)
03:45 Mithaldu guess you need to start using sleepbot and start living single
03:45 jberger_ I only need 6 hours, but they usually come earlier
03:45 jberger_ haha
03:45 Mithaldu like
03:45 Mithaldu i have my daily sleep goal set to 7 hours
03:46 jberger_ there was an intersting talk at YAPC::Brasil about programmers and healthy living
03:46 jberger_ I didn't understand all of it, because it was in portuguese, but I got the high points
03:46 jberger_ I downloaded a sleep cycle alarm app, but I haven't actually used it yet
03:47 jberger_ :-/
03:47 Mithaldu i don't give a damn about the sleep cycle stuff
03:47 Mithaldu doesn't work anyhow
03:47 Mithaldu HOWEVER
03:47 Mithaldu an alarm that actually starts at 0 and creeps up in volume by percentages over 2 minutes
03:47 Mithaldu that's gold
03:47 Mithaldu also
03:47 Mithaldu stats
03:47 jberger_ hmmmm, sounds useful
03:48 Mithaldu my app tells me how many hours below or above i was accumulatively over the past 10 days (i think)
03:48 jberger_ in truth I usually don't need an alarm, I just wake up
03:48 Mithaldu basically, get this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lslk.sleepbot&amp;hl=en
03:48 jberger_ below or above 7 hours?
03:48 Mithaldu no
03:48 Mithaldu below or above 70 hours over the past 10 days
03:48 jberger_ well yeah, 7 times 10
03:49 Mithaldu it calls it sleep debt
03:49 Mithaldu gives some leeway, but still keeps me on track
03:49 Mithaldu also, if you wake up, might be other factors, noise, light, etc.
03:49 Mithaldu or maybe you snore and should look into a cpap machine
03:50 jberger_ I have a wife for that :-D
03:50 jberger_ actually neither of us snore too much, so it works
03:51 * Mithaldu nods
03:51 Mithaldu two screens that emit light in the blue spectrum also help keeping awake long
03:51 Mithaldu basically means you don't get tired, just exhausted
03:52 jberger_ meaning your computer and/or tv and/or phone, yeah I've heard that too
03:52 Mithaldu i'm not kidding
03:53 Mithaldu when i need to get to bed early i computer with orange shades in the evening to block out blue night
03:53 Mithaldu and in the morning or in the darkish office i have a bluelight lamp
03:53 jberger_ another thing they recommended in the talk: http://justgetflux.com/
03:53 jberger_ which I ALSO haven't done yet
03:54 * jberger_ installs now
03:54 Mithaldu eh, can't be arsed to dick with that
03:54 Mithaldu anyhow!
03:54 Mithaldu i need sleep, and i need to anki some more kanji
03:54 Mithaldu night o/
03:54 jberger_ night
03:54 jberger_ o/
03:55 jberger_ |o|
04:43 webart https://github.com/ContinuumIO/Bokeh <-- mmm would be nice in perl/plack/mojo/d3.js  with some convenience functions for PDL
04:48 webart some people look at bokeh and start using python  :)
05:03 webart interactivity is nice and "animated plots" work really for graphical display of some data (PDL's speed could rock here) but traditional static plots are still important  the syntax for controlling format and "aesthetics" for plain static plots that seaborn (python again) uses seems very simple/useful ...  http://stanford.edu/~mwaskom/software/seaborn/   maybe access to Moose/Moo syntax  in PDL3 will make adding "syntactic
05:36 webart for mere mortal perl hackers that is :) ...
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