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April meetup

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-04-16 @ 09:19
Hi everyone,

With the first half of April already past us again maybe it's time to pick
a time and place for our second meeting?

I'm out of the country for a little while unfortunately but I'd hate to see
our young user group to loose momentum. I can help to check if the Travis
office is available again.

Happy emacsing!
Arne

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Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Ulas Turkmen
Date:
2014-04-16 @ 09:53
Hi people, I will be out of town until the 28th, so will probably miss the
next meetup too. I definitely agree with Arne though, that we should
definitely keep the group going, even if to have a beer together and
compare Emacs-user-counts of our respective teams.

Cheers,
Ulas


On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 11:19 AM, Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> With the first half of April already past us again maybe it's time to pick
> a time and place for our second meeting?
>
> I'm out of the country for a little while unfortunately but I'd hate to
> see our young user group to loose momentum. I can help to check if the
> Travis office is available again.
>
> Happy emacsing!
> Arne
>
> --
> | @plexus <https://twitter.com/plexus>  | arnebrasseur.net | The Happy
> Lambda <https://leanpub.com/happylambda> |
>

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-16 @ 11:01
Hello everyone,

Yes, planning for the next meetup is overdue. I definitely want it to
continue too though!

I created a doodle with suggestions starting from April 25th, so that it
is not too short term and doesn't overlap with the vim meeting on April
24th. Hope this is fine with everybody, please fill in your preferences:

http://doodle.com/9bsrat2vfzcs9e43

Let's settle on a date first and then think about where it is going to
be - finding the space shouldn't be too big of a problem.


cheers, Til

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Florian Ebeling
Date:
2014-04-16 @ 20:54
Hi all,

we should definitely keep it going, yes.

I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but so
far that seems to be ok for all.

As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)

Florian




On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 1:01 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> Yes, planning for the next meetup is overdue. I definitely want it to
> continue too though!
>
> I created a doodle with suggestions starting from April 25th, so that it
> is not too short term and doesn't overlap with the vim meeting on April
> 24th. Hope this is fine with everybody, please fill in your preferences:
>
> http://doodle.com/9bsrat2vfzcs9e43
>
> Let's settle on a date first and then think about where it is going to
> be - finding the space shouldn't be too big of a problem.
>
>
> cheers, Til
>



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

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
wikimatze
Date:
2014-04-17 @ 04:04
Awesome idea about collaborative hacking - I'm still interested in 
setting up mutt.

Cheers

Matthias

On 16.04.2014 22:54, Florian Ebeling wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> we should definitely keep it going, yes.
>
> I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, 
> but so far that seems to be ok for all.
>
> As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or 
> some other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – 
> anything. Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I 
> think that's something actually worth striving for, just to see how 
> that works out :)
>
> Florian
>
>
>
>
> On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 1:01 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net 
> <mailto:tils@tils.net>> wrote:
>
>     Hello everyone,
>
>     Yes, planning for the next meetup is overdue. I definitely want it to
>     continue too though!
>
>     I created a doodle with suggestions starting from April 25th, so
>     that it
>     is not too short term and doesn't overlap with the vim meeting on
>     April
>     24th. Hope this is fine with everybody, please fill in your
>     preferences:
>
>     http://doodle.com/9bsrat2vfzcs9e43
>
>     Let's settle on a date first and then think about where it is going to
>     be - finding the space shouldn't be too big of a problem.
>
>
>     cheers, Til
>
>
>
>
> -- 
> Florian Ebeling
> florian.ebeling@gmail.com <mailto:florian.ebeling@gmail.com>
> http://florianebeling.com/about

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-17 @ 14:26
Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
> I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but so
> far that seems to be ok for all.

Thanks.

I'd like to leave the doodle open until saturday just in case, but I
hope wednesday 30th remains as the option that works for everyone.

> As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
> other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
> Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
> something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)

Collaborative hacking sounds great, I'm very much for that! Less
front-stage oriented sounds good to me too, on the other hand I do like
the opportunity to see ultra-short presentations of others, and possibly
even show something myself. Maybe let's just drop the 'mandatory' from
the presentations part, and see where it goes spontaneously.


Til

Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-21 @ 15:41
The doodle has chosen: the next emacs berlin meetup is on Wednesday
April 30th!  I suggest to start around 19:00, but since we don't have a
strictly scheduled format, dropping in later is ok too of course.

Andreas: hosting at contentful.com still possible? If yes that would be
great!


Til

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Date:
2014-04-21 @ 16:32
Hey,
awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
how many people are we going to be?

Andy

Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> writes:

> The doodle has chosen: the next emacs berlin meetup is on Wednesday
> April 30th!  I suggest to start around 19:00, but since we don't have a
> strictly scheduled format, dropping in later is ok too of course.
>
> Andreas: hosting at contentful.com still possible? If yes that would be
> great!
>
>
> Til

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-21 @ 18:20
Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> writes:
> awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
> how many people are we going to be?

According to the doodle 6, on top of that Bodo stated to be interested -
I'd estimate not more than 10 people in total.

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Ulas Turkmen
Date:
2014-04-21 @ 19:28
Great, I can make it on the 30th, so count me in too.


On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 9:20 PM, Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> wrote:

> Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> writes:
> > awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
> > how many people are we going to be?
>
> According to the doodle 6, on top of that Bodo stated to be interested -
> I'd estimate not more than 10 people in total.
>

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Jack Rusher
Date:
2014-04-21 @ 16:39
I plan to attend. —J.

On 21 Apr, 2014, at 18:32, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> wrote:

> 
> Hey,
> awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
> how many people are we going to be?
> 
> Andy
> 
> Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> writes:
> 
>> The doodle has chosen: the next emacs berlin meetup is on Wednesday
>> April 30th!  I suggest to start around 19:00, but since we don't have a
>> strictly scheduled format, dropping in later is ok too of course.
>> 
>> Andreas: hosting at contentful.com still possible? If yes that would be
>> great!
>> 
>> 
>> Til

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Date:
2014-04-22 @ 10:31
We can hold the meetup at the contentful.com office. Beer and Club Mate
will be taken care of.


Andy

Jack Rusher <jack@rusher.com> writes:

> I plan to attend. —J.
>
> On 21 Apr, 2014, at 18:32, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hey,
>> awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
>> how many people are we going to be?
>>
>> Andy
>>
>> Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> writes:
>>
>>> The doodle has chosen: the next emacs berlin meetup is on Wednesday
>>> April 30th!  I suggest to start around 19:00, but since we don't have a
>>> strictly scheduled format, dropping in later is ok too of course.
>>>
>>> Andreas: hosting at contentful.com still possible? If yes that would be
>>> great!
>>>
>>>
>>> Til

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Florian Ebeling
Date:
2014-04-24 @ 20:17
I'm looking forward!

Another thing though: does anyone know why these mails aren't ending up in
the librelist archive? I just wanted to point a friend to the next event,
but can't see them over here: http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/

Florian


On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 12:31 PM, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu>wrote:

>
> We can hold the meetup at the contentful.com office. Beer and Club Mate
> will be taken care of.
>
>
> Andy
>
> Jack Rusher <jack@rusher.com> writes:
>
> > I plan to attend. —J.
> >
> > On 21 Apr, 2014, at 18:32, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> Hey,
> >> awesome. I double check with the others, but it should not be a problem.
> >> how many people are we going to be?
> >>
> >> Andy
> >>
> >> Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net> writes:
> >>
> >>> The doodle has chosen: the next emacs berlin meetup is on Wednesday
> >>> April 30th!  I suggest to start around 19:00, but since we don't have a
> >>> strictly scheduled format, dropping in later is ok too of course.
> >>>
> >>> Andreas: hosting at contentful.com still possible? If yes that would
> be
> >>> great!
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Til
>



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

Re: [emacsberlin] Next meetup: Wednesday April 30th

From:
Tilmann Singer
Date:
2014-04-29 @ 09:49
Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
> Another thing though: does anyone know why these mails aren't ending up in
> the librelist archive? I just wanted to point a friend to the next event,
> but can't see them over here: http://librelist.com/browser/emacsberlin/

They do, just with a very long delay, up to a few hours. For example,
that email from you can be seen here now:


http://librelist.com/browser//emacsberlin/2014/4/16/april-meetup/#4293b27429c31656f1659a60561439d1


Til

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Arne Brasseur
Date:
2014-04-17 @ 15:24
Just dropping this in as an idea. At the Clojure Dojo they pick a topic and
do hacking in little groups, then towards the end people who have something
to show can take the stage for a short presentation.


2014-04-17 16:26 GMT+02:00 Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>:

> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
> > I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but
> so
> > far that seems to be ok for all.
>
> Thanks.
>
> I'd like to leave the doodle open until saturday just in case, but I
> hope wednesday 30th remains as the option that works for everyone.
>
> > As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
> > other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
> > Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
> > something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)
>
> Collaborative hacking sounds great, I'm very much for that! Less
> front-stage oriented sounds good to me too, on the other hand I do like
> the opportunity to see ultra-short presentations of others, and possibly
> even show something myself. Maybe let's just drop the 'mandatory' from
> the presentations part, and see where it goes spontaneously.
>
>
> Til
>



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Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Date:
2014-04-17 @ 16:29
I like both. I think we could try to have 1/2 short nice talks and maybe a
hacking round.

someone has an idea? We could create a github issue or discuss it here.

We could host the meetup at the contentful.com office btw


Andy

(lets see if this mail finally goes through)


Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> writes:

> Just dropping this in as an idea. At the Clojure Dojo they pick a topic and
> do hacking in little groups, then towards the end people who have something
> to show can take the stage for a short presentation.
>
>
> 2014-04-17 16:26 GMT+02:00 Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>:
>
>> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
>> > I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but
>> so
>> > far that seems to be ok for all.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>> I'd like to leave the doodle open until saturday just in case, but I
>> hope wednesday 30th remains as the option that works for everyone.
>>
>> > As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
>> > other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
>> > Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
>> > something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)
>>
>> Collaborative hacking sounds great, I'm very much for that! Less
>> front-stage oriented sounds good to me too, on the other hand I do like
>> the opportunity to see ultra-short presentations of others, and possibly
>> even show something myself. Maybe let's just drop the 'mandatory' from
>> the presentations part, and see where it goes spontaneously.
>>
>>
>> Til
>>

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Diez B. Roggisch
Date:
2014-04-18 @ 11:18
I don't mind getting hands-on, but think that maybe a round of bringing 
various configs up to speed or hacking on small support functions for 
people's actual problems is beneficial & manageable in the time-frame.

Diez

On Apr 17, 2014, at 6:29 PM, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> wrote:

> 
> I like both. I think we could try to have 1/2 short nice talks and maybe
a hacking round.
> 
> someone has an idea? We could create a github issue or discuss it here.
> 
> We could host the meetup at the contentful.com office btw
> 
> 
> Andy
> 
> (lets see if this mail finally goes through)
> 
> 
> Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> writes:
> 
>> Just dropping this in as an idea. At the Clojure Dojo they pick a topic and
>> do hacking in little groups, then towards the end people who have something
>> to show can take the stage for a short presentation.
>> 
>> 
>> 2014-04-17 16:26 GMT+02:00 Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>:
>> 
>>> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
>>>> I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but
>>> so
>>>> far that seems to be ok for all.
>>> 
>>> Thanks.
>>> 
>>> I'd like to leave the doodle open until saturday just in case, but I
>>> hope wednesday 30th remains as the option that works for everyone.
>>> 
>>>> As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
>>>> other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
>>>> Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
>>>> something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)
>>> 
>>> Collaborative hacking sounds great, I'm very much for that! Less
>>> front-stage oriented sounds good to me too, on the other hand I do like
>>> the opportunity to see ultra-short presentations of others, and possibly
>>> even show something myself. Maybe let's just drop the 'mandatory' from
>>> the presentations part, and see where it goes spontaneously.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Til
>>> 
> 

Re: [emacsberlin] April meetup

From:
Andreas Tiefenthaler
Date:
2014-04-18 @ 14:20
I like this idea, and created a GH issue[1] to track topics and talks.

andy


[1]: https://github.com/emacs-berlin/emacs-berlin.org/issues/3


Diez B. Roggisch <deets@web.de> writes:

> I don't mind getting hands-on, but think that maybe a round of bringing 
various configs up to speed or hacking on small support functions for 
people's actual problems is beneficial & manageable in the time-frame.
>
> Diez
>
> On Apr 17, 2014, at 6:29 PM, Andreas Tiefenthaler <hello@an-ti.eu> wrote:
>
>>
>> I like both. I think we could try to have 1/2 short nice talks and 
maybe a hacking round.
>>
>> someone has an idea? We could create a github issue or discuss it here.
>>
>> We could host the meetup at the contentful.com office btw
>>
>>
>> Andy
>>
>> (lets see if this mail finally goes through)
>>
>>
>> Arne Brasseur <arne.brasseur@gmail.com> writes:
>>
>>> Just dropping this in as an idea. At the Clojure Dojo they pick a topic and
>>> do hacking in little groups, then towards the end people who have something
>>> to show can take the stage for a short presentation.
>>>
>>>
>>> 2014-04-17 16:26 GMT+02:00 Tilmann Singer <tils@tils.net>:
>>>
>>>> Florian Ebeling <florian.ebeling@gmail.com> writes:
>>>>> I just cast my vote in the doodle. For me only 1 of the time works, but
>>>> so
>>>>> far that seems to be ok for all.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>
>>>> I'd like to leave the doodle open until saturday just in case, but I
>>>> hope wednesday 30th remains as the option that works for everyone.
>>>>
>>>>> As for programme, how about collaborative hacking on a small mode or some
>>>>> other little thing? Getting someone's mail setup work fully – anything.
>>>>> Overall, we could make it even less front/stage oriented. I think that's
>>>>> something actually worth striving for, just to see how that works out :)
>>>>
>>>> Collaborative hacking sounds great, I'm very much for that! Less
>>>> front-stage oriented sounds good to me too, on the other hand I do like
>>>> the opportunity to see ultra-short presentations of others, and possibly
>>>> even show something myself. Maybe let's just drop the 'mandatory' from
>>>> the presentations part, and see where it goes spontaneously.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Til
>>>>
>>