[emacs-berlin] September Meetup: Call for Presentations

Arne Brasseur arne.brasseur at gmail.com
Sun Sep 18 19:21:04 UTC 2016

Small tip, if you're contemplating doing a talk, but you dread making
slides, then use org-present (https://github.com/rlister/org-present). You
just write an org file, do M-x org-present, and you're off. Just bump the
font size a bit. Each top level outline become its own "slide". It even
works with a clicker. I used it before for a presentation at the Clojure
meetup, it worked great.

On 18 September 2016 at 19:42, Tilmann Singer <tils at tils.net> wrote:

> Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur at gmail.com> writes:
> > Henrik wrote:
> >> it is probably a bad time to ask for such a talk
> > ...
> >> Doesn't make much sense at the moment.
> >
> > I think it's still really useful to have a talk about this. Why are they
> > doing a rewrite? What's already implemented? What do/don't you get with
> the
> > old version? What are the alternatives? I'd definitely like to see that!
> I second that - even if all the current options can not be recommended
> right now, I would find it highly interesting what is there currently,
> what has been tried and abandoned, what were the reasons behind it, and
> any other behind-the-scenes info you might have from observing the
> mailing list or other sources!
> I tried the MobileOrg Android app very long time ago, but it just felt
> too clunky, both the UI and the setup required for sync. Right now I'm
> experimenting with a small script that exports a TODO agenda to a static
> html page so I can view it on my phone. I'd find it nice to hear about
> and discuss alternatives at the meetup.
> Regarding talks - Arne thanks for the list of suggestions, if I'm
> allowed to pick one I'll gladly give a talk on tables and spreadsheet
> functionality within org-mode. I know I did something similar already,
> but I can imagine the audience being different and it would be nice to
> try and prepare it better this time.
> Til

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