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jussipekonen
    @muncman I agree. I have tried to play a fretless bass in a music shop (though years, years ago) and it was an interesting experience. It was both harder and easier to play than a bass with frets.
    jussipekonen
      @thomasbrand You didn't. I just had a strict time limit and you had been quiet for too long. My following list can still change. Just saying… 😊 // @0xmf
      jussipekonen
        @muncman The inlays (is that the correct term? I have forgotten…) look awesome, as does the overall finish of the bass.
        pme
          If a Swedish robot analysed a bird, it Scandinavian.
          jussipekonen
            Unfollowed those who have not posted in 4 weeks or those who post nothing but links. That halved my followings from 131 to 62. I felt a bit sad to unfollow some people with whom I remember to have a lot of fun conversations. But such is life, it changes.
            jussipekonen
              My wife's out in a bar with a couple of neighbors. I guess I need to get some sleep so that I can wake up with the kids tomorrow morning. 😊 #goodnight folks.
              jussipekonen
                Also, iOs != iOS and Ios != iOS. “@jnm: ^ IOS != iOS /rant”
                jussipekonen
                  @remino Yes, that's true. Especially those new to programming will find it a lot easier than Objective-C. The senior iOS devs in our company seem to love Swift a lot, and all new apps we start developing will be written with Swift.
                  jussipekonen
                    @remino I have made updates to an app written in Swift. In my opinion it gets way too much crap thrown at it, it's just a programming language that get shit done. People just love to have an opinion on everything Apple does.
                    jussipekonen
                      @macspert I accidentally tapped the unfollow button, hence the re-follow. 😊
                      lasar
                        I contacted Slack support and they answered me: The edit/deletion log settings only apply to the data export. So I can't actually see the edit logs in the app, but I have to initiate an export and then parse the JSON formatted message data.
                        lasar
                          Question for the Slack pros: I enabled the setting "Keep all messages and keep edit and deletion logs" for a team (paid plan). Where do I find these edit and deletion logs? Either I'm blind or they're no in the normal message archives. I'm the team admin.