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EmacsConf 2020 | Online Conference | **November 28 and 29, 2020**  
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[[**Schedule**|schedule]] | [[**Poster**|poster]] | [[Planning]] |
[[Code of Conduct|conduct]]

EmacsConf is the conference about the joy of Emacs, Emacs Lisp, and
memorizing key sequences.

EmacsConf 2020 was on November 28 (Sat) and November 29 (Sun),
2020 from 9am-5pm Toronto/EST time; equivalently, 6am-2pm PST,
2pm-10pm UTC, 3pm-11pm Zurich/CET.

It made sense to hold EmacsConf 2020 as a virtual (online) conference
again this year, especially now, given the current state of the world
with the ongoing global pandemic. We remain fully committed to
freedom, and we will continue using our infrastructure and streaming
setup consisting entirely of [free software][freesw], much like the
last EmacsConf.

## Watching

You can now watch the videos of talks and Q&A sessions from the
individual talk pages linked to in the [[schedule]]. There's also a
[[playlist|emacsconf-2020.m3u]]. Low-resolution (480p) versions will
be uploaded over the next few weeks. Please let us know of any issues!

## Participating

For audience questions specifically, we experimented with using a
collaboratively-editable Etherpad as the primary means of collecting
audience questions. <>
We also took questions from our IRC channel (`#emacsconf` on
``), with volunteers adding questions from that
channel to the pad on behalf of folks who were not able to or prefer
not to use the web-based questions pad. [[Here's the archived pad.|pad]]

To follow up after the conference, please check the [[schedule]] for
the link to the individual talk page. We've added the questions and
notes from the pad to each talk's page, and we'll ask the speakers to
review the pages and add more information.

Come hang out with us in `#emacsconf` on ``.  You can
join the chat using [your favourite IRC client][ircs], or by visiting
[][chat] in your web browser, a self-hosted instance
of [The Lounge][thelounge] free software web IRC client for EmacsConf.

## Updates

Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list
[emacsconf-discuss][emacsconf-discuss] for discussion and
announcements about the conference.

[ircs]: ircs://
[chat]: //
[thelounge]: //
[emacsconf-discuss]: //