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2010.06.30.03.16.44 <@sorear> Hello masak
2010.06.30.03.16.56 <@sorear> I need your help naming something
2010.06.30.03.17.04 < masak> :)
2010.06.30.03.17.12 <@sorear> You seem to be good at it
2010.06.30.03.17.19 < masak> why, thanks.
2010.06.30.03.17.21 < masak> what is it?
2010.06.30.03.17.35 <@sorear> It's a Perl 6 implementation I'm hacking on
2010.06.30.03.17.49 < masak> oh, I read about that.
2010.06.30.03.17.55 < masak> tell me a bit more.
2010.06.30.03.18.11 <@sorear> I used to call it Sprixel/VICIL but it's veered quite far from diakopter's spec and I feel his name is no longer mine to use
2010.06.30.03.18.36 < masak> so what characterizes it?
2010.06.30.03.18.44 <@sorear> it targets the CLR. its experimental focus is static compilation support and CHECK time optimization
2010.06.30.03.18.57 < masak> nice.
2010.06.30.03.19.54 < masak> you could call it "Czech" :) and no-one would be able to spell it.
2010.06.30.03.21.12 <@sorear> Do you have something a little more unique?
2010.06.30.03.21.20 <@sorear> I suppose Czech is better than Go
2010.06.30.03.21.40 < masak> hm, maybe a variation of "Nie mamy czas" would be appropriately punny.
2010.06.30.03.22.30 < masak> I was also thinking along the lines of "Optimus Prime".
2010.06.30.03.22.45 < masak> but that's both a keyboard and a giant robot, so it'd have to be different somehow.
2010.06.30.03.22.56 < masak> maybe "Optimus Six"?
2010.06.30.03.23.13 < masak> still sounds more like a language than an implementation...
2010.06.30.03.23.13 <@mathw> # And you look like a victim of a surgical crime / A little Darth Vader a little Optimus Prime
2010.06.30.03.23.51 < masak> mathw: we listen to different kinds of music. :P
2010.06.30.03.24.21 <@mathw> So do I, but that song's funny
2010.06.30.03.24.24 <@mathw> also desperately sad
2010.06.30.03.24.43 * sorear wants something compact, cheery
2010.06.30.03.24.53 <@sorear> maybe I'll try Niecz
2010.06.30.03.25.12 <@sorear> (what's 'mamy')?
2010.06.30.03.25.27 < arnsholt> What's "Nie mamy czas"? =)
2010.06.30.03.25.39 < masak> it means "We don't have time" in Czech.
2010.06.30.03.25.51 <@mathw> O6
2010.06.30.03.26.09 < masak> sorear: you could call it "Maglev".
2010.06.30.03.26.22 < masak> (because it's fast, and has no friction)
2010.06.30.03.27.52 <@sorear> Niecza has a very good Google Uniqueness Quotient
2010.06.30.03.28.13 < masak> that's nice.
2010.06.30.03.28.29 < masak> looks a bit like "Nietzsche", too.
2010.06.30.03.28.31 <@sorear> and it has a nice semi-meaningful expansion, and it rolls like Rakudo or Yapsi or Sprixel
2010.06.30.03.28.47 * sorear takes
2010.06.30.03.28.48 <@sorear> thanks
2010.06.30.03.28.55 < masak> you're welcome.
2010.06.30.03.29.28 <@mathw> \o/
2010.06.30.03.29.38 -!- mode/#perl6 [+o masak] by mathw
2010.06.30.03.30.17 <@masak> phenny: tell jnthn lol we named sorear++'s Perl 6 implementation based on "Min man e kass" :P
2010.06.30.03.30.17 <+phenny> masak: I'll pass that on when jnthn is around.
2010.06.30.03.37.04 <@sorear> What's that?
2010.06.30.03.38.05 < kaare_> Nietzsche declared that God is dead. Perhaps Niecza will declare Perl5 to be dead ;-)
2010.06.30.03.39.18 <@masak> sorear: it's a song in Czech that somebody put Swedish subtitles on.
2010.06.30.03.39.38 <@masak> sorear: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3oFc-phIBA
2010.06.30.03.42.07 <@sorear> ah.
2010.06.30.03.43.17 <@masak> jnthn started his exploration of Swedish by forming sentences of the form "Min X är kass" -- "My X is broken/bad"
2010.06.30.03.44.41 <@masak> so don't be surprised if people send bug reports starting "Min Niecza e kass" :P
2010.06.30.03.45.36 <@sorear> Are Swedish and Czech closely related?
2010.06.30.03.47.49 <@masak> sorear: not in any immediate sense.
2010.06.30.03.48.34 <@masak> sorear: but there's a subculture/tradition here in Sweden (and to a lesser extent in the anglosphere) of subtitling lyrics which "sound like" Swedish if you don't listen too closely.

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