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M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-03-04 @ 17:14
Hi all, and welcome to Emacs Berlin :)

I've been thinking for a while there should be some kind of Emacs get
together in Berlin, but don't feel like I have the time to really organize
a "user group".

The idea of this list is to have an easy forum for Emacsers from around
Berlin to find each other and chat. Librelist doesn't show member lists, so
I have no clue how many people I'm talking to now :) if anyone is out there
please introduce yourself!

I'm Arne from Belgium, I've been in Berlin for a year and a half, and have
been using Emacs for about eight years. I'm still learning tons of new
stuff all the time. I mostly program Ruby, but got interested in Lisp
through Emacs, have dabbled a wee bit in Clojure, and love to shape my
environment a little bit every day.

Now it's your turn :)

Arne


-- 
| @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Simao Mata
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 11:07
Hello all :)



This list is a nice idea, thanks for putting it together :)



I am Simão, I am from Portugal and I have been in Berlin for a little
over 2 years. I've been using Emacs for about 10 years, but I am of
course still a newbie :)



I code in ruby most of the times, because that's the job I have... I've
been dabbling in clojure and rust lately, but I'd consider Scala my
second language at the moment.



Unfortunately I can't make it in any of the dates on the doodle,
hopefully I'll make it to the next meeting!



Cheers,

Simão





On Tue, Mar 4, 2014, at 10:14 AM, Arne Brasseur wrote:

Hi all, and welcome to Emacs Berlin :)

I've been thinking for a while there should be some kind of Emacs get
together in Berlin, but don't feel like I have the time to really
organize a "user group".

The idea of this list is to have an easy forum for Emacsers from around
Berlin to find each other and chat. Librelist doesn't show member
lists, so I have no clue how many people I'm talking to now :) if
anyone is out there please introduce yourself!


I'm Arne from Belgium, I've been in Berlin for a year and a half, and
have been using Emacs for about eight years. I'm still learning tons of
new stuff all the time. I mostly program Ruby, but got interested in
Lisp through Emacs, have dabbled a wee bit in Clojure, and love to
shape my environment a little bit every day.

Now it's your turn :)

Arne


--
| [1]@plexus  | [2]arnebrasseur.net | [3]The Happy Lambda |

References

1. https://twitter.com/plexus
2. http://arnebrasseur.net/
3. https://leanpub.com/happylambda

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Florian Ebeling
Date:
2014-03-04 @ 21:16
Hi Arne, hi all,

it's a great idea, thanks for making it happen! I just wanted to quickly
say hi.

I'm Florian, freelance software consultant and in Berlin since 2001. I work
with Ruby, Obj-C, and JS, have worked earlier with Erlang, and Java.

Like about any Emacs user I don't use most of it :) But it won me over
after I had written my very first interactive function for it. Maybe it was
this one, actually:

(defun pull-line-up ()
  "Drags a line up by one, and moves point accordingly."
  (interactive)
  (transpose-lines 1)
  (forward-line -2))

I did write the original ruby-test-mode for running the tests in the
current buffers file. I don't know it anyone uses it (I don't nowadays).

What makes Emacs so valuable for me is that it can be adapted, and is
actually being adapted to _any_ programming language or text file format
that is out there.

My top five favorite modes are these:

- magit
- package
- org-mode
- paredit
- fill-mode

To all, which are your favorites?

Florian







On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 6:14 PM, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all, and welcome to Emacs Berlin :)
>
> I've been thinking for a while there should be some kind of Emacs get
> together in Berlin, but don't feel like I have the time to really organize
> a "user group".
>
> The idea of this list is to have an easy forum for Emacsers from around
> Berlin to find each other and chat. Librelist doesn't show member lists, so
> I have no clue how many people I'm talking to now :) if anyone is out there
> please introduce yourself!
>
> I'm Arne from Belgium, I've been in Berlin for a year and a half, and have
> been using Emacs for about eight years. I'm still learning tons of new
> stuff all the time. I mostly program Ruby, but got interested in Lisp
> through Emacs, have dabbled a wee bit in Clojure, and love to shape my
> environment a little bit every day.
>
> Now it's your turn :)
>
> Arne
>
>
> --
> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>



-- 
Florian Ebeling
florian.ebeling@gmail.com
http://florianebeling.com/about

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-03-04 @ 22:42
Hi Everyone!

I totally agree with Florian: great idea, and thanks for starting this!

My name is Tilmann (aka Til), I work as freelance web application
developer, mostly with Ruby, live in Berlin but originally from Vienna,
and use emacs for a much longer time than I am willing to admit ;-),
because despite that long time I have never managed to improve my elisp
skills above some simple copy and pasting (err, killing and yanking),
not to mention writing my own modes - but it's still something I want to
eventually become more proficient at. Maybe this group will provide some
stimulation.

I could imagine that a real meetup in Berlin one day would be nice, if
there is enough interest, and I can offer to take over some of the
organization effort (not sure if there is more to it than finding a
location, and a bit of advertising).

Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
> To all, which are your favorites?

My top favorite modes:

- notmuch
- org-mode (and the combination with notmuch)
- magit
- wdired and wgrep
- multiple cursors


> I did write the original ruby-test-mode for running the tests in the
> current buffers file. I don't know it anyone uses it (I don't nowadays).

Cool! I use rspec-mode for some time now, but could be that I have been
using ruby-test-mode before, not sure.


cheers, Til

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Ulas Turkmen
Date:
2014-03-05 @ 07:35
Hi people,
Thanks for this great idea, and looking forward to a meetup. My name is
Ulas, and I work as a Python dev since 4 and a half years. I started using
Emacs 8 years ago, and have been addicted ever since. What I love about
Emacs is that you can make it fit your working style and purposes, instead
of adapting your style to the editor. I started writing my own modes etc.
once I started using Emacs professionally, and wrote a mode for running
python tests etc. (https://github.com/afroisalreadyinu/abl-mode). Some
other minor stuff followed through the years.

My favorite modes:
- ido (if you can call it a mode)
- magit
- shell
- dired

Wish you all emacsy days, and hope I get to meet you soon!

Cheers,
Ulas


On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 11:42 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:

> Hi Everyone!
>
> I totally agree with Florian: great idea, and thanks for starting this!
>
> My name is Tilmann (aka Til), I work as freelance web application
> developer, mostly with Ruby, live in Berlin but originally from Vienna,
> and use emacs for a much longer time than I am willing to admit ;-),
> because despite that long time I have never managed to improve my elisp
> skills above some simple copy and pasting (err, killing and yanking),
> not to mention writing my own modes - but it's still something I want to
> eventually become more proficient at. Maybe this group will provide some
> stimulation.
>
> I could imagine that a real meetup in Berlin one day would be nice, if
> there is enough interest, and I can offer to take over some of the
> organization effort (not sure if there is more to it than finding a
> location, and a bit of advertising).
>
> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
> > To all, which are your favorites?
>
> My top favorite modes:
>
> - notmuch
> - org-mode (and the combination with notmuch)
> - magit
> - wdired and wgrep
> - multiple cursors
>
>
> > I did write the original ruby-test-mode for running the tests in the
> > current buffers file. I don't know it anyone uses it (I don't nowadays).
>
> Cool! I use rspec-mode for some time now, but could be that I have been
> using ruby-test-mode before, not sure.
>
>
> cheers, Til
>

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-03-10 @ 13:24
I've given it a few days, but it seems this is it for now. Although I'm
sure more people will join us as time goes on. If you're lurking on the
list but haven't introduced yourself, feel free to do so!

I suggest we try to meet up a first time some time in the coming weeks.
I've made a doodle with a handful of potential dates. Let's first try to
pick a date, and then see what location we could go to. For a first time we
could simply meet at a bar with wifi somewhere. But if we could find a
location with a projector that would be cool as well. A couple of us had
this idea where everybody prepares a little 10 minute demo of something in
their config, together with some notes so people can try it out at home.

Anyway, let's see how it goes. I don't plan to be too much of an
"organizer", so we can take the organic approach and simply see what
happens.

Here's the doodle: http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue

Cheers,
Arne


On 5 March 2014 08:35, Ulas Turkmen <ulas.tuerkmen@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi people,
> Thanks for this great idea, and looking forward to a meetup. My name is
> Ulas, and I work as a Python dev since 4 and a half years. I started using
> Emacs 8 years ago, and have been addicted ever since. What I love about
> Emacs is that you can make it fit your working style and purposes, instead
> of adapting your style to the editor. I started writing my own modes etc.
> once I started using Emacs professionally, and wrote a mode for running
> python tests etc. (https://github.com/afroisalreadyinu/abl-mode). Some
> other minor stuff followed through the years.
>
> My favorite modes:
> - ido (if you can call it a mode)
> - magit
> - shell
> - dired
>
> Wish you all emacsy days, and hope I get to meet you soon!
>
> Cheers,
> Ulas
>
>
> On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 11:42 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
>
>> Hi Everyone!
>>
>> I totally agree with Florian: great idea, and thanks for starting this!
>>
>> My name is Tilmann (aka Til), I work as freelance web application
>> developer, mostly with Ruby, live in Berlin but originally from Vienna,
>> and use emacs for a much longer time than I am willing to admit ;-),
>> because despite that long time I have never managed to improve my elisp
>> skills above some simple copy and pasting (err, killing and yanking),
>> not to mention writing my own modes - but it's still something I want to
>> eventually become more proficient at. Maybe this group will provide some
>> stimulation.
>>
>> I could imagine that a real meetup in Berlin one day would be nice, if
>> there is enough interest, and I can offer to take over some of the
>> organization effort (not sure if there is more to it than finding a
>> location, and a bit of advertising).
>>
>> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
>> > To all, which are your favorites?
>>
>> My top favorite modes:
>>
>> - notmuch
>> - org-mode (and the combination with notmuch)
>> - magit
>> - wdired and wgrep
>> - multiple cursors
>>
>>
>> > I did write the original ruby-test-mode for running the tests in the
>> > current buffers file. I don't know it anyone uses it (I don't nowadays).
>>
>> Cool! I use rspec-mode for some time now, but could be that I have been
>> using ruby-test-mode before, not sure.
>>
>>
>> cheers, Til
>>
>
>


-- 
| @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:22
Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a meetup?
Come on people, it's going to be fun!

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Ulas Turkmen
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:31
sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then we're
three.

cheers,
ulas


On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:

> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a meetup?
> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Karsten Gebbert
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:39
same here :)


Ulas Turkmen writes:

> sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
> family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then we're
> three.
>
> cheers,
> ulas
>
>
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
>
>> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
>> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a meetup?
>> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>>


-- 

Karsten Gebbert
http://ioctl.it
mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:43
At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or three
people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will get some
momentum.

I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain a
pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups. Just a
Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually but
feel free to beat me to it ;)


On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:

> same here :)
>
>
> Ulas Turkmen writes:
>
> > sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
> > family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
> we're
> > three.
> >
> > cheers,
> > ulas
> >
> >
> > On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
> >
> >> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
> >> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
> meetup?
> >> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
> >>
>
>
> --
>
> Karsten Gebbert
> http://ioctl.it
> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
>



-- 
| @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:46
And hello Karsten! Welcome to the mailing list :) Feel free to introduce
yourself. In case you've joined the conversation later there's an archive
of all posts here http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/

I believe there should also be a certain Andy/Anti lurking around here whom
we haven't heard yet ;)


On 12 March 2014 11:43, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> wrote:

> At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or
> three people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will get
> some momentum.
>
> I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain a
> pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups. Just a
> Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually but
> feel free to beat me to it ;)
>
>
> On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:
>
>> same here :)
>>
>>
>> Ulas Turkmen writes:
>>
>> > sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
>> > family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
>> we're
>> > three.
>> >
>> > cheers,
>> > ulas
>> >
>> >
>> > On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
>> >> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
>> meetup?
>> >> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>> >>
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> Karsten Gebbert
>> http://ioctl.it
>> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
>>
>
>
>
> --
> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>



-- 
| @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Karsten Gebbert
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 10:58
Oh yes, how impolite of me! :)

Anyways, I'm Karsten, I write Ruby, JS, Java and, when I'm really lucky,
Haskell for a living for a company called Null2 (http://null2.net).

I've been on and off off Emacs for several years now, currently mostly
using it for my mail setup (mu4e).

Anyhow, I'm curious to see peoples setup, especially in-emacs shell, as
thats been one of the features I least used and thus don't understand
very well (and which, consequently makes it hard for me to really do all
of my work in emacs).

Best to y'all,

Karsten

Arne Brasseur writes:

> And hello Karsten! Welcome to the mailing list :) Feel free to introduce
> yourself. In case you've joined the conversation later there's an archive
> of all posts here http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/
>
> I believe there should also be a certain Andy/Anti lurking around here whom
> we haven't heard yet ;)
>
>
> On 12 March 2014 11:43, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or
>> three people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will get
>> some momentum.
>>
>> I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain a
>> pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups. Just a
>> Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually but
>> feel free to beat me to it ;)
>>
>>
>> On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:
>>
>>> same here :)
>>>
>>>
>>> Ulas Turkmen writes:
>>>
>>> > sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
>>> > family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
>>> we're
>>> > three.
>>> >
>>> > cheers,
>>> > ulas
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
>>> >> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
>>> meetup?
>>> >> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Karsten Gebbert
>>> http://ioctl.it
>>> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
>> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>>


--

Karsten Gebbert
http://ioctl.it
mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Diez B. Roggisch
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 15:14
Hi,

I'm Diez, I worked with Ulas, have been using Emacs for ~15 years now, but
only recently started to become more serious in my attempts to battle it. 
I code mostly in Python and C++, the latter giving me problems with Emacs 
24 - when will there be Emacs25?!!?

Regarding the doodle & meet up: I just filled in my dates, but in my 
experience, setting a recurring date might be a nicer idea, as people can 
plan around that.

And we might want to announce whatever we do on meetup.

Cheers,

Diez

On Mar 12, 2014, at 11:58 AM, Karsten Gebbert wrote:

> Oh yes, how impolite of me! :)
> 
> Anyways, I'm Karsten, I write Ruby, JS, Java and, when I'm really lucky,
> Haskell for a living for a company called Null2 (http://null2.net).
> 
> I've been on and off off Emacs for several years now, currently mostly
> using it for my mail setup (mu4e).
> 
> Anyhow, I'm curious to see peoples setup, especially in-emacs shell, as
> thats been one of the features I least used and thus don't understand
> very well (and which, consequently makes it hard for me to really do all
> of my work in emacs).
> 
> Best to y'all,
> 
> Karsten
> 
> Arne Brasseur writes:
> 
>> And hello Karsten! Welcome to the mailing list :) Feel free to introduce
>> yourself. In case you've joined the conversation later there's an archive
>> of all posts here http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/
>> 
>> I believe there should also be a certain Andy/Anti lurking around here whom
>> we haven't heard yet ;)
>> 
>> 
>> On 12 March 2014 11:43, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or
>>> three people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will get
>>> some momentum.
>>> 
>>> I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain a
>>> pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups. Just a
>>> Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually but
>>> feel free to beat me to it ;)
>>> 
>>> 
>>> On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> same here :)
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> Ulas Turkmen writes:
>>>> 
>>>>> sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
>>>>> family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
>>>> we're
>>>>> three.
>>>>> 
>>>>> cheers,
>>>>> ulas
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>>> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
>>>>>> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
>>>> meetup?
>>>>>> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>>>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>> --
>>>> 
>>>> Karsten Gebbert
>>>> http://ioctl.it
>>>> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
>>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> --
>>> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
>>> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>>> 
> 
> 
> --
> 
> Karsten Gebbert
> http://ioctl.it
> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
> 

Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 16:28
Hi Diez,

Welcome to the mailing list!

It's likely we'll eventually get to a recurring date, but picking that is
even harder since there are scheduled tech user groups in Berlin every
single day of the month already. So this is a way to get started without
too much fuzz.

Suggestions are welcome though, especially regarding spaces to meet up at.
Maybe people know a company or two that is willing to help out a young user
group by making their offices available?

I'll be out of town as well in April and May which is another reason I'm
reluctant to say too much about what's next, but I'm sure there are a few
others here willing to push things forward.

Arne



On 12 March 2014 16:14, Diez B. Roggisch <deets@web.de> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm Diez, I worked with Ulas, have been using Emacs for ~15 years now, but
> only recently started to become more serious in my attempts to battle it. I
> code mostly in Python and C++, the latter giving me problems with Emacs 24
> - when will there be Emacs25?!!?
>
> Regarding the doodle & meet up: I just filled in my dates, but in my
> experience, setting a recurring date might be a nicer idea, as people can
> plan around that.
>
> And we might want to announce whatever we do on meetup.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Diez
>
> On Mar 12, 2014, at 11:58 AM, Karsten Gebbert wrote:
>
> > Oh yes, how impolite of me! :)
> >
> > Anyways, I'm Karsten, I write Ruby, JS, Java and, when I'm really lucky,
> > Haskell for a living for a company called Null2 (http://null2.net).
> >
> > I've been on and off off Emacs for several years now, currently mostly
> > using it for my mail setup (mu4e).
> >
> > Anyhow, I'm curious to see peoples setup, especially in-emacs shell, as
> > thats been one of the features I least used and thus don't understand
> > very well (and which, consequently makes it hard for me to really do all
> > of my work in emacs).
> >
> > Best to y'all,
> >
> > Karsten
> >
> > Arne Brasseur writes:
> >
> >> And hello Karsten! Welcome to the mailing list :) Feel free to introduce
> >> yourself. In case you've joined the conversation later there's an
> archive
> >> of all posts here http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/
> >>
> >> I believe there should also be a certain Andy/Anti lurking around here
> whom
> >> we haven't heard yet ;)
> >>
> >>
> >> On 12 March 2014 11:43, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or
> >>> three people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will
> get
> >>> some momentum.
> >>>
> >>> I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain
> a
> >>> pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups.
> Just a
> >>> Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually
> but
> >>> feel free to beat me to it ;)
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> same here :)
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Ulas Turkmen writes:
> >>>>
> >>>>> sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
> >>>>> family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
> >>>> we're
> >>>>> three.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> cheers,
> >>>>> ulas
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>> On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>
> wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
> >>>>>> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
> >>>> meetup?
> >>>>>> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
> >>>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>>
> >>>> Karsten Gebbert
> >>>> http://ioctl.it
> >>>> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
> >>> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
> >>>
> >
> >
> > --
> >
> > Karsten Gebbert
> > http://ioctl.it
> > mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
> >
>
>


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Re: [emacsberlin] M-x init-emacs-berlin RET

From:
Florian Ebeling
Date:
2014-03-12 @ 11:55
Ok, I've added my checkmarks only now.

And cool that we also have an archive!

Hopefully see you all soon.

I recently learned about org-capture, and I would love to hear if anyone
has a good setup with that already. It's a feature of org-mode for quick
note-taking without having to worry about where to put it. Doesn't that
sound awesome?! Maybe that's something for the meetup.




On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:46 AM, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com>wrote:

> And hello Karsten! Welcome to the mailing list :) Feel free to introduce
> yourself. In case you've joined the conversation later there's an archive
> of all posts here http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/
>
> I believe there should also be a certain Andy/Anti lurking around here
> whom we haven't heard yet ;)
>
>
> On 12 March 2014 11:43, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> At this point I'm also happy to get together even if it's just two or
>> three people. I'm sure that after meeting up a couple of times it will get
>> some momentum.
>>
>> I've also registered emacs-berlin.org, which for starters can contain a
>> pointer to this mailing list, and info on planned and past meetups. Just a
>> Github pages site will be fine for starters. I'll get to it eventually but
>> feel free to beat me to it ;)
>>
>>
>> On 12 March 2014 11:39, Karsten Gebbert <k@ioctl.it> wrote:
>>
>>> same here :)
>>>
>>>
>>> Ulas Turkmen writes:
>>>
>>> > sorry, have to find out when i can leave home because of complicated
>>> > family/job situation. will do so tonight and fill up the doodle, then
>>> we're
>>> > three.
>>> >
>>> > cheers,
>>> > ulas
>>> >
>>> >
>>> > On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 11:22 AM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>
>>> wrote:
>>> >
>>> >> Hm, only Arne and me are in the doodle so far:
>>> >> http://doodle.com/c6ftrvfdtamnmpue - nobody else interested in a
>>> meetup?
>>> >> Come on people, it's going to be fun!
>>> >>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> Karsten Gebbert
>>> http://ioctl.it
>>> mob:  0049 (0) 176 61995110
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
>> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>>
>
>
>
> --
> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>



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