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Didier Verna

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#ELS2016 third speaker announced: Stephan Karpinski on… #Julia: to #Lisp or Not to #Lisp? https://t.co/3ix0Teztx7 21/01/16 10:04
Homepage for the European Lisp Symposium
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Samuel Tonini

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Hello fellow Emacs users :-)

I started streaming live coding sessions on livecoding.tv/samueltonini/ recently.

I'm working on the Alchemist project mostly https://github.com/tonini/alchemist.el and also the https://github.com/tonini/alchemist-server part with a bit of the Elixir programming language.

So if you like, just hop over and follow my account to be ready for the next session. :D

If you would like to watch past sessions, just have a look here https://www.livecoding.tv/samueltonini/videos/

Thanks and have a nice day! :D

Cheers

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Rene Froger

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Now you can keep on with playing M-x tetris, while Emacs orders groceries for you!
sweetgreen.el - Get your salad from https://order.sweetgreen.com directly from Emacs
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That's why you were still able to get work done.   My condolences on your new discovery.   :)
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Rene Froger

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Finally, we have a decent folding for Emacs! See the package: https://github.com/mrkkrp/vimish-fold
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Looks cool, do you consider incorporating it into package?
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Charles-H. Schulz

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After almost 6 months, a new release of mu/mu4e. We are happy to announce mu and mu4e 0.9.9.13! have just been released. The following key features and improvements have been added:

Change the way the headers are displayed and sorted
Fancy characters now enabled distinctively both for marks and headers
Composing a message is now possible in a separate frame
Ability to display the subject of a thread only on top of it for enhanced clarity
Lots of bugs squashed, updates to the documentation (BDDB), as well as embedding the News file inside mu4e itself.
You can grab the tarball directly from Github or wait a bit to get it through your distribution channels (details may vary from one distribution to another).

None of this would be possible without a team of dedicated individuals: Attila, Charles-H.Schulz, David C Sterrat, Dirk-Jan C. Binnema, Eike Kettner, Florian Lindner, Foivos S. Zakkak, Gour, KOMURA Takaaki, Pan Jie, Phil Hagelberg, thdox, Tiago Saboga, Titus von der Malsburg (and of course all people who reported issues, provided suggestions etc.)

We hope you will enjoy this release as much as we do. Happy Hacking!

                    The mu/mu4e Team
mu-releases - mu release tarballs
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Woboooo. Great news. Thanks to all for making this happen
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ErgoEmacs

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There's a emacs conference, 2015-08-29 (a Saturday) in San Francisco, CA, USA.

http://emacsconf2015.org/
We're busy putting things together at the moment! Check out the planning document here: https://emacsconf.github.io/emacsconf2015/. We need your help to make EmacsConf 2015 amazing! Please spread the word. If you have ideas for talks or want to help plan the conference, please note that in the ...
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Will it be recoded?
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ErgoEmacs

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keyboardio will be in San Francisco, Monday night. If you want to touch it, register now.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-keyboardio-model-01-san-francisco-tickets-17316336629
(PS i'm not affiliated with keyboardio in anyway)
TL;DR:  Come meet the Keyboardio Model 01, and hang out with its creators too. As we've been building what's become the Model 01, we've talked to hundreds of you online, at conferences, and at festivals. It's been amazing to watch folks suddenly "get it" as they put their hands on a Model 01 in person for the first time. We'll have a few Model 01 prototypes with us for you to try out, as well as a deconstructed Model 01 and a few earlier prototyp...
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Peter Eisentraut

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The two major modes that were missing in my life: ssh-authorized-keys-mode and ssh-known-hosts-mode
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Eric Roode

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Minor update to the Emacs Calc Quick Reference Guide. This release adds a section for statistics operations on data vectors, and fixes some minor typos and stuff.

See https://github.com/SueDNymme/emacs-calc-qref/releases for the latest release (including pre-made PDF editions).
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Aracele Torres

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The KDE contributors in Latin America are doing a fundraising campaign for the LaKademy, its annual event. Please help us to make a great event! :) https://br.kde.org/node/283
LaKademy - shortname for KDE Latin-American Summit - is the Latin-American KDE users and contributors meeting. KDE is one of the biggest free software communities in the world, responsible for the development of Plasma Desktop Environment, a lot of Applications - from the multimedia editor ...
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Off-Toppic?
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Jonas Bernoulli

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I am excited to announce the release of Magit version 2.4, consisting of 269 commits since the last feature release two and a half months ago.

More information can be found in the announcement on my new blog, and in the release notes.

http://emacsair.me/2016/01/18/magit-2.4
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/magit/magit/master/Documentation/RelNotes/2.4.0.txt
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FWIW, the auto-revert change is particularly good, because if you're using semantic you tend to accumulate a vast number of buffers opened only for semantic parsing and never changed: these used to slow down commits, etc, quite a lot. I suspect that with v2.4 they won't any more.
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Andrew Hyatt
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Moderator note:

I've switched this community to require new members to ask to join, otherwise I have to spend time deleting tons of spammers from the roster every few weeks.

Also, posts that are just links without comments tend to be flagged as spam. I unflag them when I notice them. But I'd recommend always adding your own commentary when you post a link. Not just to stop it from being marked as spam, it's a nicer, more friendly way to post articles.
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thanks for all the tedious work!
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ErgoEmacs

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The handsome Mr. Wiegley :D I think some good Emacs times will be ahead. 
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Rene Froger

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For all your Emacs related questions, please try Emacs Stack Exchange. 

Emacs Stackexchange also suits better for questions than Google communties, because it makes easier for other users to find related questions back with Google. The Google Community maintains a bad format for Google bots for finding related questions back, unfortunately.

For the rest, you can always share interesting topics with the Google community and Emacs reddit!
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martin haesler

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I've made a new theme for Emacs:
https://github.com/mswift42/white-sand-theme

it's a lowish-contrast theme with a light background.

Available on Melpa.
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bin chen

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evil-matchit v2.1 https://github.com/redguardtoo/evil-matchit

evil-matchit is port of matchit in vim, press "%" and jump between matched tags

CHANGELOG:

- support visual line state
evil-matchit - Vim matchit ported into Emacs
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 你在哪个城市工作的
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Jonas Bernoulli

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Magit v2.1.0 released!

Please read the update instructions (http://magit.vc/manual/magit/Installation.html) and if you intend to install the new release using package.el  then https://github.com/magit/magit/issues/1941 too.
It's Magit! A Git Porcelain inside Emacs ========================================= Magit is an interface to the version control system Git, implemented as an Emacs package. Magit aspires to be a complete Git porcelain. While we cannot (yet) claim that Magit wraps and improves upon each and every ...
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My Emacs is too old for it :-(
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bin chen

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evil-matchit v2.0
https://github.com/redguardtoo/evil-matchit

evil-matchit is port of matchit in vim, press "%" and jump between matched tags

CHANGELOG:

- perfect support for evil-visual state

- can jump between the two ends of the string

- you can define the "string", for example, in C code, we could treat
comment as the string wrapped by "/"

- bugs fixed
evil-matchit - Vim matchit ported into Emacs
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federico gimenez

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For those of you who like GoLang there's a new version [1] of the emacs-n-go development container, now including a script for having the GoConvey continuous-testing server up and running.

Any thoughts are more than welcome, thx!

[1] https://github.com/fgimenez/emacs-n-go
emacs-n-go - GoLang development container
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