I certainly welcome this! :-)
> In addition, users will be able to adjust the number of events in
> a review buffer that are reserved for "special" events (currently
> defined as "public", "private", and "emote" events).
I assume this means in their own review buffers, and not the
buffers of discussions? What would this mean with respect to
discussion review buffers? (just curious).
> The syntax I anticipate using for the user interface is:
> /LIMIT [disc] [[RESERVE] count]
> /LIMIT acts upon the user's review buffer unless a discussion is
I'm hoping that there will also be a limit based on age of the
events in the review buffer (at least for discussions). At RPI
I'd like to set it so events expired after one week, or maybe
> Any feedback on the proposed behavior of LIMIT would be appreciated.
Will we also get that "timestamp in the /review buffer" notification
that you had worked on for other lily servers?
This all sounds pretty good to me. It looks like I may have another
unexpected expense pop up here, and thus may not have money to spare
for big $$$ upgrades to support increased lily usage. Anything that
would reduce the memory usage of the server would be valuable to me.
Thanks! (and thanks for that idle-to-death bug-fix)
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