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Re: [External] : Re: In search for an emacs hacker

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: [External] : Re: In search for an emacs hacker
Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2021 09:39:34 +0200
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But while I don't agree with the OP's world view in this
respect I do agree like everyone sensible would that we'd like
Emacs as strong as possible in CS, IT, engineering and the
whole scientific and educated sphere of society.

It is not really that they have more important jobs and we
want to help out, or that they have more important ideas and
thus more influential or anything like that. It is rather ...
well, what they do is information processing, and Emacs is
a tool for that, so it makes sense to be there as much as
possible, for all parts!

Okay, but isn't there a construction worker who uses Emacs to
compute strength of beams or have it tell him when to buy
a new pack of anchor nail? Well, if there is we certainly want
him (or her) to use Emacs as well, it is just how do you even
approach that?

But with the scientific/engineering world we already have
a lot of stuff and personal backgrounds as well and what it
comes down to is rather just what kind of tools they use, that
isn't Emacs, and what kind of stuff happens then which we
can't do?

So do tell, maybe I want to do it even :) OP: 150 USD is fine,
thank you! Or I have forgot what the offer was. 1500?

underground experts united

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