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commit d942562173779ca8bc9e96dcb87a4e0f6e1d59f8
parent c58d928ddb4c257f184781256c71589c54ad44da
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Sat, 22 Aug 2020 23:59:18 -0400

Reword introduction paragraph of recent BP

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Mpages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md | 8++++----
Mpublic/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml | 2+-
2 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md b/pages/blog/setting-up-weechat-again.md @@ -15,10 +15,10 @@ I used to have WeeChat set up and configured for IRC, but I really don't have much of a reason to use IRC. If I'm getting more into FOSS development though, I'd want to have my preferred client up and running again. Plus, if I want to -get into communicating more with the communities present on IRC since those tend -to be quite technical and are filled with people I think I might enjoy -associating with. Also, if I need to go to IRC for support or something like -that, I want to make sure I'm set up and ready to go with a client. +access support resources offered through IRC or get into communicating more with +the communities present on IRC—since those tend to be quite technical and are +filled with people I think I might enjoy associating with—I'd want to be able to +jump in quickly with a client already set up. I used to use irssi, but found WeeChat to have saner defaults out of the box and be easier to work with in general. Plus, I can use plugins like weechat-matrix diff --git a/public/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml b/public/feeds/sitewide-feed.xml @@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ <div class="byline"> <p><b>Written By:</b> Jake Bauer | <b>Posted:</b> 2020-08-22 | <b>Last Updated:</b> 2020-08-22</p> </div> -<p>I used to have WeeChat set up and configured for IRC, but I really don’t have much of a reason to use IRC. If I’m getting more into FOSS development though, I’d want to have my preferred client up and running again. Plus, if I want to get into communicating more with the communities present on IRC since those tend to be quite technical and are filled with people I think I might enjoy associating with. Also, if I need to go to IRC for support or something like that, I want to make sure I’m set up and ready to go with a client.</p> +<p>I used to have WeeChat set up and configured for IRC, but I really don’t have much of a reason to use IRC. If I’m getting more into FOSS development though, I’d want to have my preferred client up and running again. Plus, if I want to access support resources offered through IRC or get into communicating more with the communities present on IRC—since those tend to be quite technical and are filled with people I think I might enjoy associating with—I’d want to be able to jump in quickly with a client already set up.</p> <p>I used to use irssi, but found WeeChat to have saner defaults out of the box and be easier to work with in general. Plus, I can use plugins like weechat-matrix to be able to use the matrix protocol in WeeChat without needing to use a bloated, slow, memory-hungry electron app like Element.</p> <p>I already have a Freenode account from my previous IRC adventures so I set it up in WeeChat with:</p> <pre><code>/server add freenode chat.freenode.net/6697 -ssl