package requests by ben | tildeverse BBJ

>0 ben @ 2018/07/20 17:28

drop a line here if you see any packages that are missing!

if you don't get a response here, ping someone in #sudoers :)

>1 ubergeek @ 2018/08/08 23:37

Can we get pandoc installed?  Doesn't appear to be at this time.  tia.

>2 ben @ 2018/08/11 19:08

>>1

it's installed :)

>3 LickTheCheese @ 2019/09/14 13:54

Can you install Browsh? Its a terminal-based browser like Lynx or Links but it actually renders HTML5 elements and css and stuff like that.

>4 pants @ 2019/09/16 18:52

>>3

doesn't browsh accomplish that by running a full instance of firefox in the background and then downsampling what it renders? might be a bit heavy for a machine like this...

>5 jmc @ 2019/09/21 15:50

Hi ben,
may you install ranger file manager?
Thanks in advance.

jmc>>OP

>6 Guest @ 2019/09/21 18:15

Could we get `cargo`? Somehow there is `rustc` but no cargo.

Thanks!

>7 anonymous @ 2019/09/23 11:00

>>OP

twtxt can be fun :)

>8 bacterio @ 2019/09/24 04:24

It would be nice to have the VF-1 gopher client installed.

>9 ngp @ 2019/09/24 14:23

Can we get glibc-static installed? It's the static version of the glibc library.

>10 mayhair @ 2019/09/30 12:04

I want to experiment with the ne text editor; can you install it, please?>>OP

>11 LickTheCheese @ 2019/10/28 18:20

>>5

isint that already installed?

>12 mayhair @ 2019/11/17 07:50

>>11
It wasn't installed when I made that post :P

>13 LickTheCheese @ 2019/11/19 12:30

>>12
is this thread not only for tilde.team or something?

about a week before you requested it to be installed i had already been using `ranger` on tilde.team

>14 LickTheCheese @ 2019/12/03 12:28

can you install the mathomatic package? it has a bunch of cool little math tools

>15 deepend @ 2019/12/11 05:06

>>8
VF1 looks neat.. installed it on tilde.club :)

>16 deepend @ 2019/12/11 05:09

>>5
Not sure what system you requested that on. But ranger is now on tilde.club :)

>17 a @ 2019/12/17 14:07

Some kind of Lightweight Telnet server? Would be fun to play around with custom telnet servers.
Also, my favorite editor: https://os.ghalkes.nl/tilde

>18 anonymous @ 2020/02/19 20:21

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>19 jmc @ 2020/02/19 20:23

>>16
Thanks worked perfectly