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Wednesday
Oct 24
Emacs Monthly Meetup
Workday Beaverton Office

This month's Emacs Hack and Meet Night is more special, as we will be joining the San Francisco Bay Area Emacs group via the miracle of modern telecommuting technology. We'll be alternating between members from both communities in a series of lightning talks. Come and learn something new. Got something to share? You are especially invited to come and join in the fun.

By the way, if you like VI's editing interface, we especially encourage you to come, as Logan Barnett will be demonstrating how to get started with Evil and leader keys (even if you don't want to start out with something like Spacemacs).

Afterwards, we'll be retiring to our favorite nearby Thai haunt for food and drinks.

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Wednesday
Jan 17
Emacs Monthly Meetup
Workday Beaverton Office

As the Ultimate Nerd Battle for Editor Anecdotal Mindshare (UNBEAM) closes in on forty years, the VI forces has taken over the Emacs Cathedral in Portland threatening the diocese. But during an intense battle of differing perspectives, a metallic ship emerges from space. Aliens beamed a message to the surface of the planet:

Nerdy Earthlings, can we call you Nerdlings? You need not fight anymore! The best editor is neither Emacs nor Vim, it’s Emacs and Vim. Combine your ideologies and merge your effort, and please end this useless conflict.

This month’s Emacs Meetup has been pre-empted for a full discussion about combining Emacs and VI using the Spacemacs system (see www.spacemacs.org). We are planning on three separate presentations:

  1. Introduction to Spacemacs, and how to use it as either an Emacs or VI user.
  2. Customizing Spacemacs using their Layer approach.
  3. Vi-like Spacemacs features that neither Emacs nor VI offer, .e.g. a Lisp “modal” State for manipulating s-expressions using Paredit, and how this can be applied to other programming languages.

Hope to see you all there!

Wednesday
May 16
Emacs Monthly Meetup
Workday Beaverton Office

Tonight, we're going to celebrate with a collection of lightning talks show-casing new things we've learned or built...essentially, live demos of our #cool-til Slack channel 😄 Watch the @howardabrams Twitter channel for a URL if you want to join remotely...we may be a local diocese, but we're open to visitors.

After our show and tell session, we'll retire to a nearby restaurant for food and drinks. Hope to see you there.

Wednesday
Jun 20
Emacs Monthly Hackers Group
Workday Beaverton Office

Tonight, we're gathering over sharing a collection of lightning talks show-casing new things we've learned or built...essentially, live demos of our #cool-til Slack channel 😄

Feel free to attend or participate, and if you can't make it physically, please join us virtually: http://meet.jit.si/pdxemacs

After our show and tell session, we'll retire to a nearby restaurant for food and drinks. Hope to see you there.

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Thursday
Sep 20
Emacs Monthly Meetup
Workday Beaverton Office

Tonight, we're gathering over sharing a collection of lightning talks show-casing new things we've learned or built...essentially, live demos of our #cool-til Slack channel 😄 ... including showing a system running EXWM (the Emacs X Window Manager) where Emacs runs regular applications inside an Emacs buffer. Why? Well having a full featured, but light-weight and essentially mouseless window manager would work well on older systems.

Feel free to attend or participate, and if you can't make it physically, please join us virtually: http://meet.jit.si/pdxemacs

After our show and tell session, we'll retire to a nearby restaurant for food and drinks. Hope to see you there.

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