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[Orgmode] Re: Let's TALK about it

From: Andrea Crotti
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Let's TALK about it
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 17:01:50 +0100
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"Eric Schulte" <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Andrea,
> That's an excellent question, and I have no idea what the answer should
> be.  The first step is certainly introducing Org-mode, maybe with a
> focus on tables, and the export to html and LaTeX.  From there Org-babel
> may best be described as the addition of active source code to Org-mode
> documents.
> I think Org-babel is most easily introduced through a couple of short
> live demos hitting on the main points of functionality
> - executing a source code block capturing the results in an org-mode buffer
> - reading inputs from a table
> - reading inputs from another source-code block
> - tangling
> - exporting an org file to html including soure-code block results
>   and/or fontified code
> Best of luck! -- Eric

Thanks a lot, now there are a couple of "problems":
- it's a python conference, I should be able to remain at least close to
  the topic
- the talks are "chosen" by the people who bought the ticket, so I
  should try to write it as inviting as possible.

The thing is that a tour of python-mode and all what's related for
productivity and org-mode/babel would be 2 different talks, so I maybe
also propose both of them...

But if I propose only org I don't think it will ever be accepted, if I
put them together maybe...

And if I'm doing both I should take a very long time to show everything
could be nice (most talks are 60 minutes if I'm not wrong).

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