Experimental IRC log happs-2007-05-11

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These logs are provided as an experiment in indexing discussions using IRCHub.py, Irc2RDF.hs, and SIOC.

00:07:59<scsibug>joelr1: just replied to your email with a link to my patches
00:09:44<scsibug>nothing worse than "hello world" not compiling :/
01:12:26<scsibug>saizan: thanks as well from me for the zzodici repo, looking at your code has been very helpful to me (in just the first few minutes!)
03:13:56<joelr1>morning
03:19:32<scsibug>'mornin
06:37:54<joelr1>Saizan: ping
06:43:26<joelr1>Saizan: just wanted to say that your happs code is very insightful!
08:09:47<joelr1>@seen alexj
09:40:11<alexj>@seen shapr
10:29:10<tuukkah>heh, no lambdabot here :-)
10:30:48<Saizan>because she is not built with macid :)
10:36:20<tuukkah>is the hpaste bot?
10:38:11<Saizan>the hpaste bot has no mutable state aside from the one managed by happs iirc
10:39:04<Saizan>scsibug: really? i thought it was a mess ..
18:44:06<dr_strangelove>is there an example or tutorial for this DBMS thing?
18:55:20<Saizan>there's HAppS/DBMS/Example.hs in the sources
19:20:17<dr_strangelove>Saizan: yeah, I looked at that but didn't really understand it ...
19:23:50<alexj>there is an example in the hierarchy somewhere.
19:23:56<alexj>might be HAppS.DBMS.Example.
19:24:41<alexj>really needs a tutorial but hopefuly the example is helpful.
19:25:38<dr_strangelove>I will try to understand it and if I'm successful I write a tutorial
19:27:10<alexj>:- )
19:27:38<alexj>to give you a philosophical summary... the basic concept is that you are adding indexes to sets.
19:28:24<alexj>indexes are basically mappings from field values to items in the set. but you may have special index implementations for particular types.
19:32:08<dr_strangelove>ok thanks ...

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