[emacs-berlin] September Meetup: Call for Presentations

Arne Brasseur arne.brasseur at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 15:21:45 UTC 2016

Some talk suggestions

- org-mode basics, syntax, keybindings
- working with source code (org-babel)
- working with tables/spreadsheets
- calendar/todo list features
- org-capture
- building a static site with org-mode
- customizing pdf/latex export
- using org-mode for presentations

I could go on. I'm happy to mentor any speaker, especially first time

Let's make this happen!


On Sep 14, 2016 12:59, "Henrik Pingel" <knowhy at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Martin,

my org-mode / mobileorg setups depends on the Google calendar sync
functionality of mobileorg.

For good or bad mobileorg for Android is currently rewritten.
https://github.com/matburt/mobileorg-android And the current MobileOrg
2.0 release misses all theses features my current setup depends on. So
I guess it is probably a bad time to ask for such a talk because there
is much movement in the development of mobile org client. And that is
why I can't give a talk about that topic. Doesn't make much sense at
the moment.


2016-09-14 12:47 GMT+02:00 Martin Klepsch <martinklepsch at googlemail.com>:
> Hey everyone,
> so what has been "the struggle" for me with org-mode is interoperability.
> does many things well but as soon as you don't have a running emacs at
> getting data into and out of it is a pain (e.g. talking to someone wanting
> to save a note for later to check something out).
> There are a few mobile org-mode thingies but they seemed poorly
> maintained/old last time I checked.
> So with that in mind I'd be curious to hear other experiences about
> & mobile, sync and these kinds of things.
> Best
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 11:57 AM Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Less than two weeks to go before Emacs Berlin takes a new start, and
>> looking for speakers.
>> By popular request the topic of this meetup will be org-mode. I know
>> are a lot of org-mode fans on this list, now's your chance to show the
>> world. Other Emacs-y subjects are also welcome, but if there are enough
>> proposals we'll give preference to talks about org-mode.
>> Talks should be 20 minutes + 5 minutes for questions. We're setting up a
>> way to submit talks on the site, but for now you can simply mail to the
>> list, or to me directly.
>> You can also do a lightning talk, 5 minutes talk + 5 minutes for
>> questions. These can be on any subject that Emacs people might find
>> interesting, even if it's completely unrelated.
>> Emacs Berlin takes place Wednesday, September 28th 2016, 19:00,at
>> Contentful (Kotti/Moritzplatz).
>> Looking forward to seeing you!
>> Arne
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