use-package has been merged into emacs-29
cross-posted from: > Just to make this official: use-package has now landed on the emacs-29 > branch. This means, barring any major world disasters, solar storms, or > similar, use-package will officially be a part of Emacs 29.

Speaker: Chema Phel: Completely open source: Phel is a functional programming language that compiles to PHP. It is a dialect of Lisp inspired by Clojure and Janet. Features - Built on PHP's ecosystem - Good error reporting - Persistent data structures (Lists, Vectors, Maps and Sets) - Macros - Recursive functions - Powerful but simple Syntax - REPL The following example gives a short impression on how Phel looks like: ```phel # Define a namespace (ns my\example) # Define a variable with name "my-name" and value "world" (def my-name "world") # Define a function with name "print-name" and one argument "your-name" (defn print-name [your-name] (print "hello" your-name)) # Call the function (print-name my-name) ``` You can find all documentation here:

A community dedicated to the users of Depthboot. > (a fork of Breath) can create bootable images for all 64-bit Chromebooks. Multiple Linux distributions and desktop environments are supported.

Below is the changelog compared to Breath: All scripts were rewritten in python Easier syntax More error catching Better user input Switched from using cloud images to using clean bootstrapped rootfs/bootstraps Fixed a lot of cloud image related issues Fixed arch Fixed Fedora Fixed a lot of desktop environments Verified all desktop environment choices and distribution combinations Added Pop!_OS support Fixed Crostini support Unified all audio scripts wrote AMD support wrote AVS support Added a mainline kernel (Depthboot will switch to the mainline kernel completely in the future

Can we have a new community ?
Name eupnea_linux_depthboot Display name Eupnea-Linux Depthboot Depthboot (a fork of Breath) can create bootable images for all 64-bit Chromebooks. Multiple Linux distributions and desktop environments are supported.

A drop-down console written in Emacs Lisp, designed for eshell and terminal emulation.

first steps
First apologize for my English, it is not my native language and I am using google translate to help me. I have been testing several applications of the fedivers and this one in particular, or I do not know how to handle it or it does not work like others. Here or in Mastodon I can see, follow and interact, with people from other instances without problems and with great ease. In funkwhale I have tried it from different pods, even with accounts created by me in two of them and I can't do it, it always gives errors or problems. Only once I managed to add a library from another user, it was supposed to be public and even so, I had to wait for its approval, but well, the fact is that the library had like a thousand and odd songs and when I added it to my pod it only came out like 100 What am I doing wrong? How does this work? is it really impossible/very difficult to follow people from other pods for some reason? Thanks for your answers

Want to unlock the full power of Lisp/Scheme but don't know where to start? In one hour we'll go from NO background to Scheme written in Scheme! This is the video tutorial version of A Scheme Primer: as published by the Spritely Institute: We go from 0 prior Scheme experience to Scheme programmed in Scheme in about an hour! Hold onto your seat! This was originally presented on 2022-07-16 at Hack and Craft which is a usergroup / crafting circle of the FOSS & Crafts podcast:

Can you suggest a pod?
Hey, does anyone know any Funkwhale pods that host alt rock and punk? I think they're federated, but I'd like to be on a server like this nonetheless. Thanks in advance!