There is a bug in Colloquy’s current release, as well as its nightly builds, that causes it to show all timestamps in UTC on OS X Lion. This is annoying if you need to tell what time something happened in IRC. Just building it in Xcode 4.1 on Lion fixes it:
- svn checkout http://source.colloquy.info/svn/trunk Colloquy
- Install F-Script from fscript.org
- Build the AGRegex framework in Colloquy/Frameworks/AGRegex/AGRegex.xcodeproj
- Open Colloquy (Old).xcodeproj & build
- Your Colloquy.app is in Colloquy/build
My build (w/no changes to the source) can be downloaded here: Colloquy-Lion-x64
UPDATE: Colloquy developers have a build here as well, probably better than mine: http://bit.ly/oGzVgG
The Karmic Social Capital is an iterative computational process which evolves in social network time, changing with every new edge. You need to play back the complete history of the social graph’s growth to compute it. Changing the parameters involves frequent loading of the original dynamic graph and recomputing the social capital.
We implemented KSC in three functional languages:
The implementations are on github as respectively:
Twitter has provided a permission to publishing the derivative graphs of our working set of 100 million tweets, from about 5 million users over 35 days. We provide a 100 thousand tweet subset and will add the full data.
The current timing for loading the graph, computation, and saving it are as follows:
||graph loading time
This will be an aggregator of my various FP-language-specific blogs. It also will contain embedded video of all kinds of programmers and beyond, from functional to AI.