<mark_weaver>so, in order to replace the wireless on the X220, your choices are: (1) use an external USB wireless adapter, or (2) switch to coreboot (with the blobs, unfortunately) and then replace the miniPCIe card.
<Xiaoman>Still, I could do that fairly quickly if I could just find the name of the IPS panel ;_;
<mark_weaver>Xiaoman: I should mention that in order to reflash your BIOS for the first time, I guess that you'll probably need to take it apart, attach a clip to its internal flash chip, and program it with an external programmer.
<mark_weaver>or at least that is required on the X200. consult coreboot docs for details on the X220.
<davexunit>I have a growing pile of things that I couldn't quite package
<taylanub>davexunit: re. shortening lambda*, you could use some Emacs command to insert that. in terms of number of characters, the only thing one can shave off is the #:allow-other-keys part, which is simple to insert via #:al M-/
<taylanub>M-/ is a surprisingly very useful auto-completion mechanism
<davexunit>taylanub: it's not about less typing, really, it's about expressing the code better.