You can join the Hangout at https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/grtimt4pjmmyqt5ljozpyzhfhma
(max 10 people).
- If you'd like to display your name underneath your video, hover over the left side, choose the red icon with a wrench (Hangout Toolbox), click on the circular person icon on the right side, and fill in the Lower Third details.
- To share your screen, hover over the left side, then click on the green icon of a monitor with an arrow.
- There's also a text chat which you can use for asynchronous communication. Note: The text chat is not visible in the streaming video.
- Using headphones or earphones can help avoid audio feedback. Please mute your microphone if you you have a lot of background noise and you're not currently talking.If the 10-person limit is reached
, you can watch the livestream on this event page. Use the Q&A feature to ask questions or say if you've got something for show&tell. We can ask someone in the chat to step out so that you can join in. You can also use comments on this event page to share your thoughts.What's this Emacs Hangout thing about?
This is an informal way for Emacs geeks to get together and swap tips/notes/questions. You can find the previous Hangouts or sign up for the mailing list at http://sachachua.com/blog/tag/emacs-hangout/
. The recording will be available from this event page as well. Enjoy, and thanks for coming!
Next one is on April 30 at 20:00 CET (2 PM Toronto time, 6 PM UTC) https://plus.google.com/b/events/celhag99jn5dh0sfssqjqo6ivm8