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Review: Jabbering With Emacs

http://www.instantmessagingplanet.com

"...Though there are a number of IM options for Emacs, one that works particularly well with minimal fuss is Jabber.el, a robust and configurable Jabber client that supports basic Jabber/XMPP and multi-user chat. You can download it from the project's Sourceforge page ..."

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An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp

http://www.gnu.org

"This tutorial an elementary introduction to teach non-programmers how to customize their work environment; it can also be used as an introduction to programming basics. It includes numerous exercises and sample programs; the author also walks you through the actual source code of several GNU Emacs commands. A handy reference appendix is included..."

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Emacs 22.2 released

http://www.gnu.org

"Emacs version 22 has a wide variety of new features, including GTK+ toolkit support, enhanced mouse support, a new keyboard macro system, improved Unicode support, and drag-and-drop operation on X, plus many new modes and packages including a graphical user interface to GDB, Python mode, the mathematical tool Calc, and the remote file editing system Tramp..."

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Neat features in Eclipse editor that Richard Stallman wants to implement in Emacs

http://lists.gnu.org

RMS: «I just got a demo of the Eclipse editor and saw these features which we should have in Emacs...»

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Emacs + Python: cheatsheet

http://thegrout.blogspot.com

"Some Useful Emacs Python Mode commands..." -- GNU Emacs Manual: http://www.gnu.org/doc/emacs16.html

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GNU and FSF News for March 2008

http://www.advogato.org

"The Free Software Foundation wants your help to end software patents and boycott Trend Micro. The GNU Project is going to be participating in Google's Summer of Code again this year. Rumor has it that Microsoft may be planning a GNU Project killer with its own recursive acronym. For the fourth time in its history, rms has passed Emacs on to new maintainers. A new version of GCC is out. The Mozilla Foundation and GNOME Foundation are in kahoots to bring you new and improved software..."

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Python programming in Emacs

http://www.trepca.si

"I had some problems finding out a good Emacs setup for Python programmers, so I hope this will be useful to somebody. Requirements: ..."

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Emacs 23: look and feel

http://pyside.blogspot.com

"...Here are two examples of what a modern Emacs might look like, one editing Python code (with ECB, Org mode agenda and integrated interpreter), one editing reST documentation (with occur-mode)..."

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Source Code Browsing

http://bryan-murdock.blogspot.com

"A co-worker recommended GNU Global for browsing source code a few days ago. It was pretty easy to set up. Install it and then go to the root of your source tree and type gtags. Then you can run global on the command line and try it out. Try things like..."

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A Comic Book for learning Common Lisp

http://www.lisperati.com

"Anyone who has ever learned to program in Lisp will tell you it is very different from any other programming language. It is different in lots of surprising ways- This comic book will let you find out how Lisp's unique design makes it so powerful!..."

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Interview with Richard M. Stallman

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com

"Mr. Stallman, creator of the GPL, FSF and GCC, shares his thoughts on a number of topics..."

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ESR: What a modern collaboration toolkit looks like

http://article.gmane.org

RMS has expressed an intention to hand off the Emacs maintainership after 22 was released; he would like to hand over maintenance to one person or a small team. ESR doesn't want the job but has offered to put in the full-time effort required to clean up the tools situation in 2008. Some hackers are talking about git...
Source: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/

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Microsoft's Future Product: Emacs

http://opendotdotdot.blogspot.com

"Someone at Microsoft has a sense of humour..." And the successor to Vista named GNU.NET ?:)

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Richard Stallman: High School Misfit, Symbol of Free Software, MacArthur-Certified Genius, BY MICHAEL GROSS, Interviewed in 1999

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"Richard Stallman was reading computer books before he'd ever seen a computer. When the Sixties Revolution was running out of steam, he was liberating MIT computers from behind locked doors and helping set off the next great Boomer movement. Though he disdained hippies and radicals in his youth, today, as the leader of the Free Software Movement, he's a long-haired rebel coder-writer with a cause, and an idealistic thorn in the side of the cyber world's killer-app capitalists..."

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9 Tips for the aspiring Emacs playboy

http://www.lispcast.com

"I consider myself a beginning Lisper. I’ve been developing my software in Emacs for 8 months now. At first, I was clumsy at it. Emacs can be difficult and daunting. The terminology is different from what I’m used to, the key bindings are different, and there are just so many commands, configurations, and modes. But I’ve persevered and I now find myself quite nimble with key bindings and structured editing. And yet there’s still more to learn.

The subject of what to learn is treated in many online tutorials and printed books. But here, now, I thought I’d share some tips I use to keep the key bindings in my head from being garbage collected..."

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