[emacs-berlin] September Meetup: Call for Presentations

Tilmann Singer tils at tils.net
Mon Sep 19 12:39:28 UTC 2016

Hi Andreas,

Andreas Röhler <andreas.roehler at easy-emacs.de> writes:
> On 15.09.2016 17:21, Arne Brasseur wrote:
>> - using org-mode for presentations
> The info at
> https://github.com/emacs-berlin/general-close
> deserves an update, resp. being provided at all.
> Maybe suitable for a live-hack?

Our idea with the relaunch of Emacs Berlin this year after the summer
was to restart with new verve and energy, and we thought that this could
be achieved by having a bit more of a structure with one overall topic
per meetup, and prepared talks that are preferably related to that
topic. One reason behind this is the assumption that it will be easier
to attract newcomers if one of the topics catches their interest.

So, do you plan to combine general-close and org-mode for presentations
in a talk? If yes that would be awesome! ;)

Unstructured "mob-hacking" can be nice and fun too, but if there is the
choice, I'd rather err towards more structured presentations (which can
be improvised and open too of course), at least for the main part of the
next few meetups.

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