|author||Sacha Chua <email@example.com>||2020-11-10 11:23:00 -0500|
|committer||Sacha Chua <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2020-11-10 11:23:00 -0500|
Try to add watching and participating instructions
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@@ -18,11 +18,31 @@ consisting entirely of [free software][freesw], much like the last
EmacsConf. Check out the [[**Schedule**|schedule]] and
[[**Poster**|poster]] for more details.
+On November 28 and 29 you will be able to watch the livestreams via
+<https://live.emacsconf.org>, which also has details on how to watch the
+streams using media players that support streaming (like mpv and VLC).
+For audience questions specifically, we will be experimenting with
+using a collaboratively-editable Etherpad as the primary means of
+collecting audience questions. We will be posting a link to the pad
+closer to the event. If, however, you are unable to access the pad to
+add your question(s), we will still try to take questions from our
+questions-specific IRC channel (`#emacsconf-questions` on
+`chat.freenode.net`), and ask one or two volunteers to kindly add
+questions from that channel to the pad on behalf of folks who are not
+able to or prefer not to use the web-based questions pad.
Come hang out with us in `#emacsconf` on `chat.freenode.net`. You can
join the chat using [your favourite IRC client][ircs], or by visiting
[chat.emacsconf.org][chat] in your web browser, a self-hosted instance
of [The Lounge][thelounge] free software web IRC client for EmacsConf.
Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list
[emacsconf-discuss][emacsconf-discuss] for discussion and
announcements about the conference.