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Announcing Emacs online Asia-Pacific (APAC) meetup, on Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 1400 IST with Jitsi and #emacs on

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Finally writing another little update ^_^

Opening and closing tickets is implemented. Submitting patches / merge requests too.

Now implementing updates to MRs and merging MRs. Then updating the spec.

Huge thanks to @NGIZero for the funding!

I hope we can make a patch/MR federation demo sometime soon.


In August, @peertube entered a new stage in the development of #PeerTube v3. The objective is to raise €60k so they can implement, (1) global search, (2) moderation, (3) plugins & playlists, and (4) live streaming, here's the roadmap:

They already raised €37k which covers steps (1) and (2) and we're almost there for step (3) which is €40k.

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The Call for Proposals for EmacsConf 2020 is now open! Go check it out and come hang out with us on #emacsconf on freenode.

Version 27.1 of everyone's favorite extensible, customizable, and free text editor is here! Try the latest #Emacs release and see what all the fuss is about:

Omar Roth is stepping down as maintainer of the Invidious project and the instance will be shutting down September 1st, 2020.

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Announcing Emacs online Asia-Pacific (APAC) meetup, Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 1400 IST with Jitsi and #emacs on DM if interested to give a talk or demo!

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