* Eric Schulte: « My impression is that it is difficult to get Matz's attention for emacs related queries, e.g. signing FSF papers. » --
* Phil Hagelberg: « Sad but true. I may be able to get him to sign the papers at RubyConf, but by then it will probably be too late for inclusion in Emacs 23. »
"Yavor Doganov is the translations coordinator for gnu.org and the author of GNUnited Nations, a new project which hopes to make management of translations significantly easier. He lives in Bulgaria.
Questions were asked by Matt Lee, FSF campaigns manager..."Read more »
"Now that I am becoming a "real" programmer, I have made the decision to learn how to use the behemoth of a text editor, Emacs. A feature-rich and highly customizable editor, Emacs is distributed by the GNU project and has historically been one of the most popular text editors in programming history, along with vi [...] Learning Emacs is like learning how to drive stick.Read more »
RMS: «If you are talking about the practice of installing non-free software into a browser, the only thing that is good to offer is the reminder that you must refuse to do that.» --Read more »
"The newest official XULRunner has been released. XULRunner 220.127.116.11 matches the Firefox 3.0.1 release..." --
* (now, we need to port XULRunner to Emacs; it could be used as a rendering engine inside Emacs...)
"I like to listen to music while I work. In support of the Play Ogg! movement, I converted some of my audio collection into the patent-unencumbered audio file format, Ogg Vorbis.
To convert my audio CDs to Ogg, I use the friendly abcde package..."Read more »
"I'm giving a talk at the Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research in Cologne on Monday 3 August, 1.30-3pm. Here's the abstract: Emacs in Scientific Research ..."Read more »
"Despite the considerable advances that the free software has made in the last years in its «market share» in different fields in informatics, only in a few of this fields free software has the supremacy. One of these is the field of web servers.Read more »
"I think I may have fallen in love. It's obvious from my work with Carrot that I bought into the Lispish way of doing things long ago, but the decision to write Blackring using it has... well [...] This is what I've been doing for most of the past 24 hours, and I've found some amazing things..."Read more »
"Hello, The Tramp team is happy to announce the release of Tramp 2.1.14. This is mainly a bug fix release. For production systems, it is recommended to upgrade to this version..." --Read more »