#mutt @ freenode.net stats by Myon

Statistics generated on Friday 3 April 2020 - 23:50:07
During this 364-day reporting period, a total of 509 different nicks were represented on #mutt.

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Most active nicks
 NickLinesWhen?WordsSeenRandom quote
1 dive63310414019019969392d ago"Abdullah, have you tried sending with git itself?"
2 micromar47222024864653d ago"http://learningstuff.allowed.org/muttconfig/muttrc <-- gpg config"
3 kevin8t8349844821762622d ago"bleb: you can set $status_on_top and change the $status_format."
4 R2robot2865090113331981today"yeah, that's a pretty old version of mutt"
5 mgedmin1251899813697d ago"yeah, examples are always excellent"
6 TomasCZsd101101633266d ago"----| \ /\ / |----"
7 initself89692062144d ago"how can i see what mutt is actually using to send mail via SMTP?"
8 qsx841360118454d ago"well just take a folder of them all, it’ll hit harder"
9 Hasimir78483432134879d ago"shibumi, arguably S/MIME isn't very secure just generally"
10 RadoQ7756215572d ago"see sendmail cmd-line params, worst case specify separate config"
11 roxlu7620479118667d ago"But even restarting mutt doesn't help, I have to reboot :#"
12 madduck7628113611922d ago"i mean, i did it now, but I'd love to know for the future"
13 rob0761218451135177d ago"I read all my mail remotely, on the system with the MTA, so it's"
14 amjam75235113403d ago"any help would be appreciated. thanks."
15 dyamon743142433124260d ago" hringriin: ahahah glad you are learning something new :)"
16 damarusama7473656109d ago"well this is your problem not your muttrc"
17 uniusz693759511145d ago"and dont have them on the server"
18 fnstudio69152628122180d ago"it still says `Invalid SMTP URL: ...` and doesn't connect"
19 Wulf6834520505199d ago"thorsten`: there must be a solution"
20 leosemilie674423635120d ago"looking at the %?a? and so on"
21 stram636350837d ago"or maybe it was 9 years ago when I updated it"
22 bleb62728457813d ago"question for people who use mutt over ssh: what do you do when s"
23 Naglfar6212935643016d ago"/home/naglfar/Mail does not exist. Create it? ([yes]/no):"
24 ScrumpyJack6295037125d ago"how would $mask look if I wanted to hide files containing string"
25 AK6265066692d ago"no other browsers I don't have right now."
26 hringriin6111842170914d ago"if i open the file with abook, it is simply empty"
27 cra60461476040d ago"THAT shows the CORRECT 0x92 byte!"
28 thorsten`5822619116906d ago"I use abook, but it's far from being perfect"
29 Wafficus575754034d ago"also, the problem is, I forget my passphrase"
30 bmeneg5353548175d ago"well.. thank you very mauch for all tips and fortran talk :D"
31 arenami27653532482360d ago"▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ DO YOU WANT TO KEEP YOUR MAN"
32 Trel51262572659d ago"That's what's odd, it doesn't seem to do anything at all"
33 tem21551512301361d ago"▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄ HAPPY N"
34 aaap5133117481170d ago"may i know how do you view the mail header of an email in mutt?"
35 spart4cus49118306999d ago"is it waiting on your passphrase?"
36 sdk__465113087293d ago"then I do mu index -m ~/.emails which indexes everything"
37 edison^23464357106558d ago"RadoQ: chmm, i tried that out of curiosity and it results in not"
38 miqlas44638434285d ago"Is there any way to push the mails back?"
39 Valeyard44112328350151d ago"LÌ5œ`}H啦ó§ÃÒbüF¶MÔ[RfHãÏC$¡®.lŽcNùô펣¦—%‘"
40 aoh_44271619446121d ago"I think I usually use limit and tagging the same way as edison^23"
41 NeonLicht44175111155766d ago"Could the number in brackets be the number of new/unread mail?"
42 maroloccio44240257366d ago"dive: I can test that sure, thanks."
43 foxxx0428277376171d ago"hey, is there a way to truncate header fields after a certain amo"
44 fledl3832312407136d ago"Wulf: don't use IMAP. Use a local MTA instead :-)"
45 kishmesh38131670766d ago"hi. how can I tell if a message I received is encrypted? Supposed"
46 mingdao37132430527d ago"in ~/.muttrc I have: set print_command="echo $1""
47 strk37201253644d ago"what changed in config to result in this ?"
48 zanshin3651237602236d ago"axisys: There are a couple mail composition/vim tips here: http:/"
49 geophertz354328225216d ago"I had activated the "less secure app""
50 changcheng33115174728d ago"@micromar Thanks for your suggesion. Do you know the channel to t"
51 rudi_s333169537511d ago"csanyipal: What version of mutt? It says "Threading is not enable"
52 sleepymario331211135830d ago"hello, i've had 1 question for a very long time. by default I see"
53 furrymcgee3322382533d ago"mutt -F http://paste.debian.net/1060810"
54 ejr338121373893d ago"also copy is set to "yes" in both rc files"
55 pnl3010202378d ago"http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/#macro"
56 sdk_29512330012d ago"yay - my tired brain helped someone! :)"
57 Rince29195524659d ago"yeah, offlineimap+notmuch is a great bundle"
58 Kingsy293251290114d ago"I know offlineimap has such options"
59 JC_Denton29227267102d ago"fast scrolling through the index and some chars overflow/falloff"
60 dminca28820161265d ago"anyone has another multiple accounts resource?"


These didn't make it to the top:
widp (27) trytosurvive (26) axisys_ (26) grummund (26) isene (26)
roue (25) HelloDare (25) slackjeff (25) cybrNaut (25) luxpir_ (24)
AK_ (24) oo_miguel (23) callipygous (23) SMTP_Help (23) jrun (22)
Silicium (22) einveru (22) _zoggy_ (21) jsatk (21) kingsley (21)
bitcycle (21) pum (20) johnfg (20) terminalator (20) labelette (19)
sdK__ (19) devonrevenge (19) Meee (18) snico (18) EvaLuAtor (18)
Gu1nn3zz (17) skered (17) BooK_ (16) yakiza (16) setre (16)
toothe (15) rk[ghost] (15) xand_real (15) MrHyde (15) f-a (15)

By the way, there were 409 other nicks.

Most active nicks by hours
  0-5 6-11 12-17 18-23
1 dive - 104 dive - 140 micromar - 220 micromar - 248
2 kevin8t8 - 84 R2robot - 90 dive - 190 kevin8t8 - 217
3 Wafficus - 57 initself - 69 R2robot - 113 dive - 199
4 bmeneg - 53 stram - 63 mgedmin - 99 TomasCZsd - 101
5 R2robot - 50 arenami276 - 53 qsx - 60 damarusama - 73
6 cra - 46 leosemilie - 44 RadoQ - 56 uniusz - 59
7 madduck - 28 maroloccio - 40 ScrumpyJack - 50 tem215 - 51
8 amjam - 23 aaap - 31 AK - 50 amjam - 51
9 NeonLicht - 17 thorsten` - 26 kevin8t8 - 48 bleb - 45
10 kingsley - 14 axisys_ - 24 roxlu - 47 rob0 - 45

Big numbers
Is arenami276 stupid or just asking too many questions? 100.0% lines contained a question!
kishmesh didn't know that much either. 52.6% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was tem215, who yelled 100.0% of the time!
Another old yeller was dyamon, who shouted 21.6% of the time!
It seems that geophertz's shift-key is hanging: 5.7% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     <geophertz> GOD

miqlas just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 4.5% of the time.
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
bmeneg brings happiness to the world. 26.4% lines contained smiling faces. :)
hringriin isn't a sad person either, smiling 16.4% of the time.
strk seems to be sad at the moment: 8.1% lines contained sad faces. :(
grummund is also a sad person, crying 7.7% of the time.
tem215 wrote the longest lines, averaging 337.3 letters per line.
#mutt average was 76.4 letters per line.
TomasCZsd wrote the shortest lines, averaging 27.9 characters per line.
widp was tight-lipped, too, averaging 32.1 characters.
dive spoke a total of 6939 words!
dive's faithful follower, micromar, didn't speak so much: 6465 words.
jurisrz wrote an average of 82.00 words per line.
Channel average was 13.49 words per line.

Most used words
 Word Number of Uses Last Used by
1 using 130 machinedgod
2 right 109 kevin8t8
3 NIGGER 102 tem215
4 message 95 _zoggy_
5 there 94 machinedgod
6 email 77 mubarak
7 freenode 77 tktech14
8 server 71 Franciman
9 folder 64 jrun
10 messages 59 kevin8t8

Most referenced nicks
 Nick Number of Uses Last Used by
1 micromar 59 kevin8t8
2 thorsten` 52 Wulf
3 Bombo 48 kevin8t8
4 qqx 39 arenami276
5 hringriin 38 ca-on-adam

Smileys :-)
 Smiley Number of Uses Last Used by
1 :) 167 micromar
2 ;) 24 dyamon
3 :-) 24 machinedgod
4 :P 21 R2robot
5 :D 20 yakiza
6 :/ 16 strk
7 :( 13 strk
8 ;-) 9 RadoQ
9 ): 8 Naglfar
10 :-/ 6 kevin8t8

Most referenced URLs
 URL Number of Uses Last Used by
1 https://williampitcock.com/ 37 tktech14
2 https://bryanostergaard.com/ 33 tktech14
3 https://encyclopediadramatica.rs/Freenodegate 24 tktech14
4 https://MattSTrout.com/ 20 tktech14
5 http://web.nba1001.net:8888/tj/tongji.js"></script 14 xerox12329
6 http://ledaqua.yenn.ulegend.net/blog//gmail-and-mutt.html 4 micromar
7 http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/ 4 hringriin
8 https://gitlab.com/muttmua/mutt/wikis/MuttGuide/UseGPG 4 kevin8t8
9 https://gist.github.com/miguelmota/9456162 3 jrun
10 http://stevelosh.com/blog/2012/10/the-homely-mutt/ 3 tubbo

Other interesting numbers
Nice opers here, no one got kicked!
mgedmin always lets us know what he/she's doing: 8 actions!
For example, like this:
     * mgedmin can open a mailbox in a second or two

Also, RadoQ tells us what's up with 5 actions.
dive talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 12 times!
Another lonely one was fnstudio, who managed to hit 5 times.
cdown couldn't decide whether to stay or go. 1283 joins during this reporting period!
jsatk has quite a potty mouth. 0.3% words were foul language.
For example, like this:
     <jsatk> vim backups just saved my ass in a big way. Just a general PSA to enable them. 😂

initself also makes sailors blush, 0.3% of the time.

Latest Topics
latest mutt: 1.11.2 (2019-01-07) | read https://gitlab.com/muttmua/mutt/wikis/MuttChannel before posting | wiki: https://gitlab.com/muttmua/mutt/wikis/home | channel statistics and excerpts are logged | use a paste service such as https://ptpb.pw/ or http://termbin.com/ | remember pdmef (Rocco) 31d ago at 03:38 by kevin8t8
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