Wanna give a talk?
Perfect, we’re looking for speakers! If you have an idea for a talk that the Emacs community would enjoy, let us know! Whether you’re re-implementing the elisp garbage collector or you’ve just got a cool workflow in Org, we’d love to hear from you. Shoot us an email and we’ll get you scheduled!
If you have any particular requirements or preferences, we’ll do our best to satisfy them. This should be fun!
Sometimes people are interested in giving a talk, but don’t know what to talk about. If you’re in that category, we’ve got a few suggestions for topics we’d love to learn about:
- Demystifying terminal emulation:
- Designing and writing a color scheme
- How does syntax highlighting work?
- “Why my
org-modeworkflow is the best”
- Setting up email:
- Writing your first mode
- VCS and/or Magit
- Emacs Speaks Statistics
- Interacting with inferior processes
calc: it can do, like, everything
- Organizing people with PIM functionality:
- Some advanced elisp techniques
- Lisp macros
- Advanced features of keyboard macros
- Alternative extension languages
- Nifty tricks with
- Font management
- Contributing to the GNU Emacs project
- Time tracking with
- Interfacing with Trello with
- History of Emacs (Lisp machines, rms, GNU, etc.)
- Using Tramp and SSH
- Blogging with
- Managing packages with Cask and Pallet
- “How I use Emacs with [my language of choice]”
- Remote pairing with Emacs