#mutt @ freenode.net stats by Myon

Statistics generated on Monday 27 February 2017 - 23:50:03
During this 31-day reporting period, a total of 77 different nicks were represented on #mutt.

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Most active nicks
 NickLinesWhen?WordsSeenRandom quote
1 micromar68234511122d ago"I use "display" (part of ImageMagick)."
2 CuSn4661723485today"using fetchmail to retrieve from each one."
3 rudi_s4412181139275d ago"But AFAIK quilt can't do that."
4 finster4421824596today"f32ff_: i'd suggest to enable edit_headers and have your editor d"
5 tmh199941221454434d ago"and gmail tends to block this"
6 RadoQ3542011271today"; at end makes no sense because no following command."
7 mgedmin25252712d ago"tbh I'm surprised eog fails"
8 johnfg232337012d ago"micromar: What's your mailcap line for w3m?"
9 GuiToris21212994d ago"html messages are dumped by elinks"
10 Feral_Kid2014658814d ago"Does anyone use msmtp for their MTA?"
11 orsa181813425d ago"it's company mail with outlook"
12 rk[ghost]181813928d ago"let's see if i get a response from recepient!"
13 pooby171432048d ago"maybe i should make it more difficult to print ;-)"
14 zleslie161616520d ago"My terminal output shows all 256 colors also."
15 mkollaro151519412d ago"init0: oh...that could actually work, thanks!"
16 adc1551021014d ago"sorry, that should be line 87 to 97"
17 qsx1459117today"whee https://pypi.python.org/pypi/mutt-addressbook"
18 pnl141131203d ago"pooby: would |less be a good answer for you ?"
19 Hestben1311220023d ago"CuSn: But I guess everything is forwarded to one mailbox"
20 koike131328928d ago"rudi_s: all in mutt? Or do you use sieve too?"
21 Stevko11111279d ago"Ok. I still kind of think that documentation could be better."
22 bytefire10109917d ago"hi, using mutt, how do you send mbox emails - e.g. those generate"
23 zmo101093today"Flyoc - it's working in other places"
24 tedwing9451693d ago"dmoerner: If you pull up the help with `?` in index mode and look"
25 jamesy___998312d ago"micromar: ok, I'll try that"
26 flatcap925284yesterday"yupyupp: mutt_parse_rc_line() reads the config files into the var"
27 fling8711354d ago"Should it be just a bunch of maildirs?"
28 oddcoder84315529d ago" how can I hook differnet email acounts to differnt folders ?"
29 the_other_cat7713527d ago"Hi, has anyone managed to use vim within display_filter? I try to"
30 itt788771036d ago"RadoQ: did you ever hear of ban from servers?"
31 sim590661782d ago"I'm trying to import a PGP public key from an attachment. How do"
32 Hund615432d ago"Anyone else having issues with Mutt freezing after suspending the"
33 kyle__664214d ago"mutt: option requires an argument -- 'd'"
34 init066805d ago"you'd need a macro to toggle between 2 sets of mailboxes^^"
35 L29Ah6336416d ago"can i ask mutt to exit the message reading mode after sending the"
36 zerous63313519d ago"backSpace is working perfectly fine in mutt when I use xterm."
37 okobogee6672yesterday"hi, I would like to use mutt with my gmail account, is that possi"
38 thorsten`557119d ago"amosbird: the obvious answer is thunderbird with muttator (does t"
39 lucasem514472d ago"(IMAP holds the remote folders)"
40 micromar_55862d ago"johnfg: hi. This is not usually a chatty channel but if you have"
41 amosbird5325418d ago"f8l: I don't use emacs to retrieve mails, just indexing them"
42 edward44282d ago"error talking imap to localhost: http://paste.lisp.org/display/33"
43 theodon7473445220d ago"hi, I am getting a warning message that "key isn't bound" wheneve"
44 blawiz442815d ago"eg "/x/file1.txt,/x/file2.pdf" or somthing similar"
45 apathor44452d ago"is there a known configuration that avoids that?"
46 f8l43154today"I recommend Claws Mail, or its ancestor Sylpheed. They can have M"
47 RaeCarruth3213822d ago"hi"
48 kl331211029d ago"Is there any way to pass the current mailbox to an external scrip"
49 skered3314yesterday"What's the downside to setting sleep_timeout to 0? Might miss wa"
50 archmonk336218d ago"hello does anyone know how I can configure mutt to work with corp"
51 NapoleonWils0n33275d ago"bind pager k previous-line and bind pager j next-line"
52 beatdown3331yesterday"On NetBSD, mutt doesn't come with a gpg.rc and I'm trying to set"
53 julius_312462d ago"and how can i check if recor= contains a value?"
54 f32ff_31248today"Hi, is there an easy way to promote all CC recipients to TO recip"
55 dmoerner3125018d ago"I want to make a macro in index mode to call $ and then q. But ho"
56 andrey_utkin2114413d ago"oddcoder, have you considered just running two mutt instances wit"
57 yupyupp222621d ago"I was wondering how mutt stores passwords in memory and what sour"
58 yeti___221722d ago"hi all, where can I find MUTT source so I can compile with debug?"
59 hahuang652233today"anyone have a working setup that I can take a peek at?"
60 kevin8t821133today"zmo: no worries. the list server had some kind of issue apparent"


These didn't make it to the top:
raedah (2) Netolish (2) tsuyubo (2) PinealGlandOptic (2) marrenarre (2)
ponyrider (1) quite (1) mickael_ (1) kcc (1) tcharding (1)
hiq (1) daphnis (1) apo (1) ilf (1) kl3_ (1)
Flyoc (1) mingdao (1)

Most active nicks by hours
  0-5 6-11 12-17 18-23
1 koike - 13 tmh1999 - 22 mgedmin - 25 micromar - 45
2 rudi_s - 12 rk[ghost] - 18 micromar - 23 finster - 24
3 fling - 7 rudi_s - 18 GuiToris - 21 johnfg - 23
4 CuSn - 6 mkollaro - 15 RadoQ - 20 CuSn - 23
5 adc - 5 init0 - 6 finster - 18 zleslie - 16
6 theodon7473 - 4 RadoQ - 4 orsa - 18 RadoQ - 11
7 apathor - 4 edward - 4 CuSn - 17 Stevko - 11
8 NapoleonWils0n - 3 oddcoder - 4 tmh1999 - 14 zmo - 10
9 skered - 3 zerous - 3 Feral_Kid - 14 adc - 10
10 f8l - 3 finster - 2 pooby - 14 qsx - 9

Big numbers
Is tedwing stupid or just asking too many questions? 55.6% lines contained a question!
koike didn't know that much either. 46.2% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was rk[ghost], who yelled 16.7% of the time!
Another old yeller was johnfg, who shouted 13.0% of the time!
Everybody had their shift-key under control. :)
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
CuSn brings happiness to the world. 13.0% lines contained smiling faces. :)
zleslie isn't a sad person either, smiling 12.5% of the time.
GuiToris seems to be sad at the moment: 9.5% lines contained sad faces. :(
Hestben is also a sad person, crying 7.7% of the time.
Feral_Kid wrote the longest lines, averaging 156.4 letters per line.
#mutt average was 75.2 letters per line.
orsa wrote the shortest lines, averaging 35.3 characters per line.
rk[ghost] was tight-lipped, too, averaging 37.5 characters.
micromar spoke a total of 1112 words!
micromar's faithful follower, rudi_s, didn't speak so much: 927 words.
ilf wrote an average of 45.00 words per line.
Channel average was 13.68 words per line.

Most used words
 Word Number of Uses Last Used by
1 mailboxes 22 mkollaro
2 mailbox 22 pooby
3 there 21 finster
4 message 15 micromar
5 gmail 15 micromar
6 mails 14 fling
7 emacs 13 Stevko
8 links 12 johnfg
9 which 12 sim590
10 think 11 johnfg

Most referenced nicks
 Nick Number of Uses Last Used by
1 rudi_s 16 bytefire
2 CuSn 8 Hestben
3 koike 8 rudi_s
4 RadoQ 7 GuiToris
5 GuiToris 7 RadoQ

Smileys :-)
 Smiley Number of Uses Last Used by
1 :) 15 Hund
2 :-) 6 CuSn
3 :/ 3 GuiToris
4 :( 3 mkollaro
5 ;-) 3 pooby
6 :D 2 orsa
7 /*; 1 mgedmin
8 ;) 1 finster

Most referenced URLs
 URL Number of Uses Last Used by
1 https://dev.mutt.org/trac/wiki/MuttGuide/UseGPG 2 beatdown
2 http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/#color 1 ilf
3 https://support.google.com/mail/?p=helo 1 tmh1999
4 https://paste.fedoraproject.org/paste/M2mG89K~lw~RiLk7HuA5JV 1 Stevko
5 https://dev.mutt.org/trac/wiki/MuttGuide/Folders 1 koike
6 https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=607360#c5 1 mingdao
7 http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/239548 1 tmh1999
8 http://pastebin.com/XtAgEEG3 1 tmh1999
9 http://fooo.com 1 micromar
10 https://paste.kde.org/pi7wbysj0 1 GuiToris

Other interesting numbers
Nice opers here, no one got kicked!
flatcap always lets us know what he/she's doing: 2 actions!
For example, like this:
     * flatcap invites mingdao to join #neomutt

Also, edward tells us what's up with 1 actions.
tmh1999 talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 1 times!
Another lonely one was orsa, who managed to hit 1 times.
mitz couldn't decide whether to stay or go. 324 joins during this reporting period!
Nobody is foul-mouthed in #mutt! Get out much?

Latest Topics
latest mutt: 1.8.0 (2017-02-24) | http://WIKI.mutt.org/ | read "MuttChannel" guidelines there! channel statistics and excerpts are logged | paste to http://paste.lisp.org/new/mutt | remember pdmef (Rocco) 3d ago at 22:31 by kevin8t8
The topic was set 1 times.
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