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[ANN] Watching and Participating in EmacsConf 2019 (Saturday, November 2

From: Amin Bandali
Subject: [ANN] Watching and Participating in EmacsConf 2019 (Saturday, November 2)
Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2019 11:39:23 -0400
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                             EmacsConf 2019
                           Online Conference

                       Saturday, November 2, 2019
                      9am EST | 1pm UTC | 2pm CET

Hello fellow Emacsians!

With less than 24 hours to EmacsConf 2019, we’re more excited than ever
and are looking forward to a day full of Emacsy awesomeness!

Here is what you need to know about watching and participating in the
conference.  The details below are also available on our wiki at
<https://emacsconf.org/2019>.  Be sure to check out the schedule for the
day at <https://emacsconf.org/2019/schedule>.

Looking forward to seeing you around in #emacsconf tomorrow!

1 Watch

  See <https://live.emacsconf.org> for the livestream feeds you can
  watch in your browser, as well as instructions for watching them in
  media players that support streaming.

2 Participate

  IRC, specifically the freenode network, is our primary real-time
  communication channel.  You can join using [your favourite IRC client]
  or the webchat at <https://chat.emacsconf.org>.

  These are the official EmacsConf IRC channels:

  - #emacsconf: the main IRC channel for EmacsConf.

  - #emacsconf-questions: dedicated to audience questions, more
    moderated than the main channel to keep traffic lower so that the
    organizers or the speakers could easily get to people’s questions
    without having to sift through unrelated messages.

  - #emacsconf-accessible: discussion around EmacsConf’s accessibility.
    On November 2, please use this channel to post transcriptions or
    descriptive texts about what’s happening during each talk.

  - #emacsconf-org: dedicated channel for EmacsConf organizers and
    speakers, intended as an internal, low-traffic space.  For general
    discussion around the conference please use #emacsconf instead,
    unless there’s an urgent matter requiring immediate attention of the

  I’d like to invite you to keep our [code of conduct] in mind while
  participating in the conference so as to help make it an all around
  great experience for everyone involved!

  Lastly, be sure to subscribe to our mailing list [emacsconf-discuss]
  for general discussion and announcements about the conference.

[your favourite IRC client] <irc://irc.freenode.net:6667/emacsconf>

[code of conduct] <https://emacsconf.org/2019/conduct>


3 Infrastructure Status

  We have set up a status page at <https://status.emacsconf.org> where
  we will post latest updates on any disruptions to various parts of our
  infrastructure.  If you notice a problem or experience disruption
  that’s not acknowledged there, please join the #emacsconf-org IRC
  channel and send a message about it.

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