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Wed, 2 Aug 2006 00:04:49 +0200 (CEST)
I wish to become specialist in Emacs LISP.
I am looking forward to start with something.
I want to implicate myself as soon as possible, not only because I like Emacs
and lisp and want to become specialist in these ones, but, in plus, because I
wish to dedicate some fine work to an old friend girl of mine depuis les
banlieues de Rouen, France, too.
Could you send me a problem (bug or another problem kind), please? Or something
to start from...
I am beginner, but I wish very much to implicate in emacs, so you can send me
not necessary an easy problem... to think to and solve it.
PS: I will to dedicate my time when I do not study a great course of french
civilisation, and when I do not work on some courses of informatics from
Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy of Sciences (IMAR) or to my
> Message du 28/07/06 à 21h39
> De : "Drew Adams" <address@hidden>
> A : address@hidden, address@hidden
> Copie à : "Emacs-Devel" <address@hidden>
> Objet : RE: question
> address@hidden is the Emacs-developer mailing list, and address@hidden is a
> mailing list for asking questions about Emacs. (address@hidden is only for
> reporting and discussing Emacs bugs.)
> I'm cc'ing emacs-devel. I'm sure Emacs developers will welcome your help. And
> your English is fine, BTW.
> I present myself. I have finished the Faculty of Mathematics,
> and now I study the Informatics in Bucarest. I wish to become a
> developer of Emacs, and I do not find any starting point. I
> speak French very well... I do not speak English well...
> I would be very pleased if somebody could give me some
> references/indications where I start from... I lookes on emacs
> wiki's page, but nothing clear.
> Thanks in advance. Alin Soare