Anybody hosting/know of any upcoming pijul events?
Hi! Welcome here. I don’t know of any, but if you want to start one, go ahead! We can certainly announce it on Twitter and reference it here.
Cool! Maybe I will! Are any admins/maintainers based in Europe?
It would be cool to meet up with you and chat about Pijul, Rust, and what you’re doing in Maynooth
Oh cool, where do you work?
I’m a little bit busy in the upcoming weeks, but what do you think of December 16th? You certainly know Dublin, and the software industry there, way better than I do, so you can pick a place and a format, and invite more people if you’d like.
As far as I’m concerned we can do that at any time of the day, except not too late at night (i.e. <10pm) because I still have to go back to Maynooth.
We both work on radicle.xyz right now buidling p2p code collaboration We’ve (specifically Fintan actually) has been looking into how to build for alternate VCS’ like Pijul too. Will be v cool for you guys to chat. Hope you can meet up!
If you’re ever in Berlin - let me know!
Sounds interesting. Pijul was actually specifically designed for easier asynchronous workflows: in Git terms, Pijul has “0-cost rebases and merges”, you can always delay them, and revert them after the fact. So (1) it doesn’t matter if you go offline for a while and (2) you don’t need a central server (a GitHub) to make Pijul work (even though it is convenient to host your code somewhere).
Ya I work with Abbey, as she mentioned. Since I’m remote I hang out in Dogpatch Labs, a startup hub and coworking space down in the IFSC (beside Connolly station).
If you’d want to meet here maybe for lunch/coffee that’d be awesome! I’ll definitely be here on the 16th
A few of us at radicle.xyz are very interested in Pijul (we have a couple of Haskell heads that appreciate a good algebra and category ;))
If you wanna check out our work, I did a write up in our Discourse on a code browsing API I’ve been putting together: https://radicle.community/t/surfs-up-the-denotational-wave/78
Sounds good, I’ll be there around noon.
The Radicle project looks really cool, looking forward to knowing more about it.