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Re: Conference Schedule for Emacspeak?



Hi all,

I seem to have managed to set up a channel called #emacspeak on freenode. Not
that I had to do much (/join #emacspeak did the job). I will hang out
there as "gt2". I do not know anyhtin about the pros and cons of
different IRC networks, so my choice of freenode was manily because I
have been there before and it was the default in erc. Someone here
might be able to suggest a more informed choice.

I am currently configureing erc to my needs. Maybe, someone with
experience with the application is willing to post his or her config file
for it.

Lukas

T. V. Raman writes ("Re: Conference Schedule for Emacspeak?"):
> 
> IRC would work -- if there was an active channel it might be a
> good resource --- and things can always be pasted into an email
> buffer and sent to the list if something useful comes out.
> 
> >>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:
>     Tim> IRC is probably a good idea. A while back when I had a
>     Tim> little more time and wanted to try and do some work with
>     Tim> emacspeak, Raman mentioned he sometimes uses IRC and it
>     Tim> would be extremely valuable if you could get his input.

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