Finally committed the last missing dialog for history management to my and client ncgopher :) The next release will be the first non-alpha.

@uoou right now, he uses two pairs of speakers, so anything else will be an improvement (pluss, I get my speakers back)

My son wants to connect both a PS4 and his PC to the same pair of speakers. Any idea what kind of switch or mixer could be used for this? All input and outputs are 3.5mm. Like, the reverse of a headphone splitter.

Should I buy a Sony stereo from the 90s? Has anything happened the past 30 years besides streaming, bluetooth connectivity and digital radio? I guess that playing CDs, Minidiscs and vinyl still is the same.

@kensanata You are absolutely right: eval-after-load is not necessary! Not sure why I require tramp. Might be a relict from an old emacs config of mine.

@PinkCathodeCat But I have two small problems: some times the sort order in the browser is wrong, and sometimes the track info is missing (ncmpcpp on the command line shows the track titles as expected).

@PinkCathodeCat Thanks for your offer! I've finally set it up. For some reason, I had to restart emacs to get things going. See for my current config.

@kensanata Hmm. Right now, I'm not able to add songs to the playlist, so I'm a bit stuck. I'll give it another try soon. My other emacs files are in my dotfiles repository:

@kensanata Thanks! I saw your post on which inspired me to try emms once more. I use evil mode and I'm struggling a bit with key bindings. Also, I try to access my library through mpd, which does not quite work (I can't choose which song to play, but start/stop works)

Trying to set up emms in . Again. I've never really got emms. But I'm not giving up.

Just bought tickets for the local hacker and maker workshop :)

Spending the morning reorganizing my org-mode files. Funny to read all those old notes!

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