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Re: 2022-06-06 Emacs news

From: Sacha Chua
Subject: Re: 2022-06-06 Emacs news
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2022 12:25:33 -0400

Hi Tom, all!

On Tue., Jun. 7, 2022, 11:55 Tom Davey, <tom@tomdavey.com> wrote:
The regular listing of the threads in progress on the Emacs developer list is, by itself, invaluable. How Sacha is

You're welcome! Andres Ramirez has been helping me by sharing notes about interesting emacs-devel threads, which is great because otherwise I'm just skimming subject lines in the date index wondering what people are talking about. :) If someone wants to do that for the Org list or other things they're watching, that would be cool!

able to discover and write about so much else is beyond my comprehension. For us, the readers,

In addition to planet.emacslife.com's aggregation of blog posts, the wonderful folks posting, voting, and commenting on stuff at reddit.com/r/emacs , /r/orgmode , and /r/planetemacs do most of the heavy lifting of finding and sharing cool stuff. That lets me mostly speed-read through posts on my phone (usually when I'm waiting for the kiddo to *finally* go to bed) and upvote ones to include. Then there's just a little bit of automation, a hydra for categorization, and some editing and reordering.

Emacs News makes visible the vigorously beating heart of today's Emacs, increasingly from around the world.

And what an amazing community it is!

Tuesday morning would be bleak indeed were not Emacs News waiting for me in my Inbox. I can count at least 338 issues, beginning in October 2015. It is a stupendous amount work, produced week after week.

Awww, shucks! :)

If people would like to volunteer to do even more, it might be fun to add some of the particularly useful links into, say, the EmacsWiki. Org workflows, programming configs, neat demos, Dired or eshell tricks... People could take charge of their favourite interests and add stuff as they come across neat links in news. Could be fun?

Sacha, thank you. 

You're welcome!


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