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Re: Conference Schedule for Emacspeak?




IRC is probably a good idea. A while back when I had a little more
time and wanted to try and do some work with emacspeak, Raman
mentioned he sometimes uses IRC and it would be extremely valuable if
you could get his input.

Tim

Lukas Loehrer writes:
 > Hi Davem,
 > 
 > I think one big advantage of this mailing list is that answers to problems
 > get archived and are thus available for future reference. On the other
 > hand, people might speak more freely when their words are not recorded
 > for eternity and can not be easily googled for 10 years from now.
 > 
 > I am in the CET timezone (central Europe). One simple way to "talk" in
 > real time would be to meet on good old IRC. I have only little
 > experience with erc, but it seems to be usable with emacspeak.
 > 
 > Regards, Lukas
 > 
 > davem writes ("Conference Schedule for Emacspeak?"):
 > > Hello from central pennsylvania eastern standard time.
 > 
 > > Is anyone interested in real time conferencing, once or twice a month,
 > > to casually swap ideas for new uses of emacspeak and to solve problems?
 > 
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