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Re: Help building Pen.el (GPT for emacs)

From: Shane Mulligan
Subject: Re: Help building Pen.el (GPT for emacs)
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2021 12:28:36 +1200

Hey Richard and all.

I have just participated in the Augment Minds unconference and have a recorded demo of Pen.el

I will also be presenting the demo to Nat Friedman. I have made some references to the new codex model and how it has stolen the inspiration from Free software.

The point I'm making is this: Pen.el and software which combines GPT into the operating system is the future
and I'm alerting GNU to this first but I'm also showing GitHub. This is for the following reasons

- The Copilot/codex model is a disgrace
- We need an free repository of prompts and prompt functions for emacs

I hope the demo which I will send in the next day or two (or whenever it becomes available) will be informative. It will be easier than the asciicast.

Thank you.

Shane Mulligan

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  > GPT turns emacs into something very powerful
  > beyond your current comprehension. It's so
  > profound that it will replace many of the
  > online and offline services you may have come
  > to take for granted. It goes way beyond that too.

Unfortunately, telling me that something is "powerful beyond [my]
current comprehension" does not help me start to comprehend any of it.

Would you like to name some of the services that GPT would replace?
I might learn something concrete from that.

  > Here is the recording of me doing that:

  > https://asciinema.org/a/SCUhm3l11N3w5eilUfewBDCiP

I looked at that page, but I have no idea what it means.  The page
shows three boxes side by side.  Each seems to contain some code, or
maybe parameter specs, in a language I don't know.  I clicked on the
first box and it brought me to a similar page with three other boxes.

It tasks about "asciicasts" but I don't know what that means.
If it is something to be viewed, how can I do so?

Dr Richard Stallman (https://stallman.org)
Chief GNUisance of the GNU Project (https://gnu.org)
Founder, Free Software Foundation (https://fsf.org)
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