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@@ -3,122 +3,103 @@ WEBVTT
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(Amin: Alrighty, Leo Vivier, take it away.)
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-Okay, well, thank you. I'm in. So you've
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+Okay, well, thank you. I'm in.
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-just had a
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+So you've just had a little roundup of
+the news,
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-little roundup of the news, and we're
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+and we're going to get started now with
+some presentations.
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-going to get started now with some
-
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-presentations.
-
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We're starting with user
-
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developer stories.
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-I was extremely interested in this
-
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-section because I
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+I was extremely interested in
+this section
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-wanted to get a chance, basically, to tell
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+because I wanted to get
+a chance, basically,
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-you a little more about who I am and
+00:00:21.133 --> 00:00:24.160
+to tell you a little more about
+who I am and
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-how I got from basically being a user of
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+how I got from basically being
+a user of Emacs
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-Emacs
-
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-to being nowadays a package
-
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-maintainer,
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+to being nowadays a package maintainer,
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+00:00:31.279 --> 00:00:34.156
and maybe more in the future. I don't
+know.
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-know. So,
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+So, just for the organizers, I'm
+planning to speak for 15 minutes,
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-just for the organizers, I'm planning to
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+and I'll have five more minutes of
+questions at the end.
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-speak for 15 minutes, and I'll have five
-
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-more minutes of questions at the end.
-
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+00:00:39.680 --> 00:00:41.880
As I told you before, if you want to have
+questions,
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-questions, you know you can use the pad,
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+you know you can use the pad,
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+00:00:43.440 --> 00:00:45.871
and I'll be reading the questions from
+there.
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-there. Okay. So
-
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-hi there, as Amin introduced me before,
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+Okay. So hi there, as Amin introduced me
+before,
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my name is Leo Vivier.
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+00:00:51.280 --> 00:00:55.662
I'm a freelance software engineer
+in France,
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-in France, and I have been using Emacs
-
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-now for
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+and I have been using Emacs now for
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-i believe close to eight years. I can't
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+I believe close to eight years.
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-believe it's been so long.
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+I can't believe it's been so long.
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+00:01:03.039 --> 00:01:09.967
But yes, it's been a journey because,
+in a way,
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-in a way, nothing
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+nothing made me go for Emacs.
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-made me go for Emacs. You know I'm an--
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+You know I'm an-- sorry, I was about to
+say Emacs major,
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-sorry, I was about to say Emacs major, but
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+but no, I'm an English major.
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-no, I'm an English major. I went to
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+I went to university to study English
+literature and linguistics,
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-university to study English literature
-
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-and linguistics, and
-
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-I just got started in Emacs
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+and I just got started in Emacs
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because I was looking for ways to take
@@ -126,80 +107,70 @@ because I was looking for ways to take
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better notes. I was looking for ways to
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-[Applause]
-
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structure the way I was learning,
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-structure the way I was
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+structure the way I was taking notes.
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-taking notes. I stumbled one day
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+I stumbled one day
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-upon this weird piece of software which
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+upon this weird piece of software
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-was called Emacs,
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+which was called Emacs,
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and I've been trapped forever since,
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-basically, because
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+basically, because eight years ago,
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-eight years ago, when I discovered
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+when I discovered Emacs,
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-Emacs I just couldn't let go. There was
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+I just couldn't let go.
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-just something very
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+There was just something very
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-interesting about the way you configured
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+interesting about the way
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-your setup,
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+you configured your setup,
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-and I just wanted to dive deeper and
-
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-deeper.
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+and I just wanted to
+dive deeper and deeper.
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So the title is of this talk exactly is
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+00:02:04.320 --> 00:02:07.637
how I went from user to package
+maintainer,
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-maintainer, and
-
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-the package now that I'm maintaining is
-
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-called org-roam. I'm not the only one
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+and the package now that I'm maintaining
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+00:02:09.686 --> 00:02:12.080
+is called org-roam. I'm not the only one
doing this.
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+00:02:12.080 --> 00:02:18.720
I'm helped with many lovely people
-
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working on org-roam.
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I got started as a maintainer
+only this year,
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-only this year, so that means that for
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+so that means that for
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the eight years I've been
@@ -228,20 +199,17 @@ because I believe that I'm far from
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being the only user
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who can make the jump to being a
+maintainer.
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-maintainer. A lot of you have
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-a lot of knowledge when it comes to
-
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-Emacs. Some of you
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+A lot of you have a lot of knowledge
+when it comes to Emacs.
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-are at different steps in your journey.
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+Some of you are at different steps in
+your journey.
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Some of you, for instance, are just
@@ -249,78 +217,73 @@ Some of you, for instance, are just
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starting to copy stuff out of
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-StackExchange
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+StackExchange into your Emacs
+configuration.
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-into your Emacs configuration. let's
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-say you want to do something very
-
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+Let's say you want to do something very
particular
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and you haven't found a way to do so.
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-You go on StackExchange. You find
-
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-something that's interesting. You add it
-to your
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+You go on StackExchange.
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-Emacs configuration. You
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+You find something that's interesting.
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-barely understand anything that's going on.
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+You add it to your Emacs configuration.
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-You know that it's supposed to be
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+You barely understand anything that's
+going on.
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-Emacs Lisp.
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+You know that it's supposed to be Emacs
+Lisp.
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"I hardly know Emacs and
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-I know even less what is Lisp supposed to be."
+I know even less what is Lisp supposed
+to be."
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-But you paste it in and it does what you
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+But you paste it in, and it does what
+you want it to do,
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-want it to do, and you say
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+and you say "Great, I'll move on to my
+work now."
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-"Great, I'll move on to my work now." So
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+So that's how I got started.
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-that's how I got started. I had
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+I had a very spartan setup for Emacs,
+which a lot of you must know...
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-a very spartan
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+The first time you launch Emacs,
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-setup for Emacs, which a lot of you must
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+you have this feeling
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-know... The first time you launch Emacs,
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+that you're jumping 20 years
+back in time,
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-you have this feeling that you're jumping 20
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+as far as the user interface is
+concerned.
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-years back in time, as far as the
-
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-user interface is concerned. But
-
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-as you get to spend more time with Emacs...
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+But as you get to spend more time with
+Emacs...
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Some would call it Stockholm syndrome
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insofar as you can't see
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-how spartan the entire thing is, but it
-
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-actually is
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+how spartan the entire thing is,
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-a lovely prison, so to speak.
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+but it actually is a lovely prison,
+so to speak.
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That's how I got started eight years ago.
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-I just wanted
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+I just wanted to find a way to do my
+research properly.
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-to find a way to do my research properly.
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+I wanted to have a tool
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-I wanted to have a
-
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-tool that I could use to write my notes
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+that I could use to write my notes
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in plain text, because I was already
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-fairly averse to
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-Microsoft solutions when it
-
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-came to taking notes.
-
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-So yeah, I got started in Emacs. I
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+fairly averse to Microsoft solutions
+when it came to taking notes.
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-read a little bit about what plain text
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+So yeah, I got started in Emacs.
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-was about. Just to be clear,
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+I read a little bit about what plain
+text was about.
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-at the time, yes, I was very good with
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+Just to be clear, at the time, yes,
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-computers,
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+I was very good with computers,
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but I was not a computer science student.
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I had barely any experience with
-programming
+programming and coding,
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-and coding, and I was even less of a
-
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-hacker
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+and I was even less of a hacker
back then.
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-It just goes to show you that at the
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+It just goes to show you that
+at the beginning,
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-beginning, I had close to no knowledge,
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+I had close to no knowledge,
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whether it be about
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-the free software world, whether it be
-about...
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+the free software world,
+
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+whether it be about...
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-Sacha, do you want to say something? (Sacha: just
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+Sacha, do you want to say something?
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-confirming, you're not sharing anything
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+(Sacha: just confirming, you're not
+sharing anything
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on the screen at the moment, right?)
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-No, I'm not sharing anything, I'm
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+No, I'm not sharing anything,
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-just presenting.
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+I'm just presenting.
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-So when I started, I had no
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+So when I started,
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-experience whatsoever.
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+I had no experience whatsoever.
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I was just a literature major
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trying to get better at taking notes.
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-I stumbled upon LaTeX. As many people
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+I stumbled upon LaTeX.
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-who stumble upon LaTeX know,
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+As many people who stumble upon
+LaTeX know,
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-you don't just stumble upon
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+you don't just stumble upon LaTeX,
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-LaTeX, you embroil yourself in the
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+you embroil yourself in the turmoil of
+suffering,
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-turmoil of suffering, of late
-nights tweaking,
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+of late nights tweaking,
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-so that your document is exactly in the
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+so that your document is exactly
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-perfect shape you want it to be.
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+in the perfect shape you want it to be.
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Soon after, when I got started with
Emacs and LaTeX,
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I discovered something that truly
+changed my life,
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-changed my life, and it was Org Mode.
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+and it was Org Mode.
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As you'll get a lot of presentations
@@ -478,41 +433,43 @@ I won't be spending too much time on it.
But Org Mode, for me, was a
revelation. It's...
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-There was something that, upon reading
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+There was something that,
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-articles on how to use Org Mode,
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+upon reading articles on
+how to use Org Mode,
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especially one of the key
+articles
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-article that I'd read which really made
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+that I'd read which really made
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a huge impact on me
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-was the "Organize Your Life in Plain Text" one
-
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-which i'm sure many of you must have
+was the "Organize Your Life in Plain
+Text" one,
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+which I'm sure many of you must have
stumbled upon
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in your Emacs journey...
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For me, when I stumbled upon this
+document,
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-document, I was starting to get
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+I was starting to get interested
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-interested in Getting Things Done and
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+in Getting Things Done and
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all the nitty-gritty stuff about
@@ -520,26 +477,23 @@ all the nitty-gritty stuff about
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organization and self-organization.
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It just felt like everything was under
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my fingertips
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to make the perfect workflow.
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There was something incredibly
-
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satisfying about
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-having a system that gave you so many
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+having a system that gave you
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-options to configure your experience
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+so many options to configure your
+experience
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exactly how you wanted.
@@ -547,10 +501,8 @@ exactly how you wanted.
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You had this feeling that
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the people behind Org Mode had thought
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of everything,
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@@ -576,76 +528,76 @@ oh, it's half past one and I need to...
in the morning, I mean, and I need to make
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-sure that the item that i'm marking as done
+sure that the item that I'm marking as done
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-is done for the day before and not for
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+is done for the day before
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-the current day. You see what I'm talking about.
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+and not for the current day.
+
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+You see what I'm talking about.
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So many details that were already
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-present in Org Mode. At first you're
-
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-really impressed, because you think,
-
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-wow, they thought of everything, but then
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+present in Org Mode.
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-you realize that it's just a matter of
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+At first you're really impressed,
+because you think, wow,
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-experience, just a matter of people
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+they thought of everything,
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-contributing code, because the
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+but then you realize that it's just a
+matter of experience,
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-development of Org Mode, Emacs, and
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+just a matter of people
+contributing code,
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-everything is just
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+because the development of Org Mode,
+Emacs,
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-open to the public. You know, it's like
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+and everything is just
+open to the public.
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-everything is being done with the garage
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+You know, it's like
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-door opened. You can just
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+everything is being done
+with the garage door opened.
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-go on Org Mode on Savannah and see
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+You can just go on Org Mode on Savannah
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-everything that is being developed.
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+and see everything that is being
+developed.
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-For me, the shift that occurred
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+For me, the shift that occurred in my
+mind was
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-in my mind was when
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+when I was reading all the options,
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-I was reading all the options, I
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+I was looking at all the variables
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-was looking at all the variables that i
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+that I could modify for Org Mode,
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-could modify for Org Mode,
-
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-and there came a time, maybe two to three
-
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-years ago,
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+and there came a time, maybe two to
+three years ago,
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where I thought, oh wow,
@@ -653,35 +605,36 @@ where I thought, oh wow,
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maybe for the first time in a while,
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-there is no option for me to do what I
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+there is no option for me to do
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-want to be doing with Org Mode.
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+what I want to be doing with Org Mode.
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-I believe at the time the the key
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+I believe at the time,
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-issue that triggered this reflex for me was
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+the key issue that triggered
+this reflex for me was
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I wanted to do something with the agenda.
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-I wanted to have a super category so, you
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+I wanted to have a super category so,
+you know, in the...
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-know, in the...
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+for those of you who know,
+in your agenda,
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-for those of you who know, in your
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+you have the ability to
+have many files,
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-agenda, you have the ability to have many
-
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-files, and you have the ability to have
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+and you have the ability to have
categories.
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@@ -693,30 +646,24 @@ TODOs in smaller groups, or bigger
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groups, I should say,
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-so that, for instance, I could have one
-
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-group for my professional life, I could
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+so that, for instance, I could have
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-have a group
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+one group for my professional life,
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-for one work, the second
-work...
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+I could have a group for one work,
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-I could have something for
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+the second work...
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-university and all this.
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+I could have something for university
+and all this.
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-I thought, yeah,
-
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-I think I'd like this.
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+I thought, yeah, I think I'd like this.
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After having spent so long working
@@ -724,14 +671,15 @@ After having spent so long working
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with Emacs and working with Org Mode,
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-I had some ideas about what was
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+I had some ideas about
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-within the realm of possibility and what
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+what was within the realm of possibility
+and what wasn't.
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-wasn't. Here I thought to myself,
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+Here I thought to myself,
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this is definitely something that I can do.
@@ -742,11 +690,12 @@ And so thus started my journey
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into the Org Mode libraries.
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-I won't go too much into details right
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+I won't go too much into details
+right now,
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-now, because right now, the main objective
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+because right now, the main objective
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that I have is just to show you
@@ -770,46 +719,41 @@ It might seem like an obscure language,
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and it certainly is,
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+00:09:54.080 --> 00:09:57.279
but as soon as you get the logic of the
-
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language--and
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-what i'm telling you
-
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-is coming from someone who's never
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+what I'm telling you is coming from
+someone
-00:10:00.560 --> 00:10:01.760
-studied programming--
+00:10:00.136 --> 00:10:01.760
+who's never studied programming--
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it made sense.
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-Everything is so verbose when you get
+00:10:04.399 --> 00:10:05.534
+Everything is so verbose
-00:10:06.079 --> 00:10:07.279
-into the code.
+00:10:05.534 --> 00:10:07.279
+when you get into the code.
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+00:10:07.279 --> 00:10:11.065
When you learn the rudiments
+of Elisp,
-00:10:10.399 --> 00:10:13.360
-of Elisp, you start getting to the code,
+00:10:11.065 --> 00:10:13.360
+you start getting to the code,
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-and you start
+00:10:13.360 --> 00:10:15.229
+and you start thinking, wow,
-00:10:14.079 --> 00:10:17.120
-thinking, wow, okay that makes sense,
+00:10:15.229 --> 00:10:17.120
+okay that makes sense,
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+00:10:17.120 --> 00:10:21.360
and you start developing a logic
-
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for all this.
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@@ -819,76 +763,75 @@ So, equipped as I was with this
new knowledge, I went on my project,
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-i went into the Org agenda code,
+I went into the Org agenda code,
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and I thought, okay,
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+00:10:30.880 --> 00:10:34.640
is there anything that I can use to do
-
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my bidding?
-00:10:34.640 --> 00:10:38.560
+00:10:34.640 --> 00:10:39.733
Fast forward maybe two to three weeks of
+intense turmoil
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-intense turmoil and many nights which
-
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-were spent single-mindedly working on
-this project,
+00:10:39.733 --> 00:10:46.079
+and many nights which were spent
+single-mindedly working on this project,
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-two weeks after, I had something that was
+00:10:46.079 --> 00:10:48.781
+two weeks after, I had something
+that was working,
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-working, and I was pretty happy about it.
+00:10:48.781 --> 00:10:51.680
+and I was pretty happy about it.
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-That was a key landmark for
+00:10:51.680 --> 00:10:54.849
+That was a key landmark for me,
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-me, because when that happened,
+00:10:54.849 --> 00:10:56.800
+because when that happened,
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-it just felt like, okay, I can contribute
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+it just felt like, okay,
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-something to Org Mode, and I can do
+00:10:58.860 --> 00:11:01.335
+I can contribute something to Org Mode,
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-something that would benefit as many
-people as possible.
+00:11:01.335 --> 00:11:07.600
+and I can do something that would
+benefit as many people as possible.
-00:11:07.600 --> 00:11:09.519
-And to me, that was the click. That's when
+00:11:07.600 --> 00:11:08.970
+And to me, that was the click.
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-it occurred. That's when I
+00:11:08.970 --> 00:11:10.530
+That's when it occurred.
-00:11:11.440 --> 00:11:14.640
-went on my first project and I did something
+00:11:10.530 --> 00:11:14.640
+That's when I went on my first project
+and I did something
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that felt useful to the community.
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-And nowadays, as I told you, I
+00:11:18.079 --> 00:11:19.945
+And nowadays, as I told you,
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-maintain packages, but really, nothing
+00:11:19.945 --> 00:11:22.640
+I maintain packages, but really, nothing
has changed.
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The only thing, maybe, that has changed
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-that I've turned my mind onto other problems.
+is that I've turned my mind onto other
+problems.
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-Maybe I've got three more minutes
+Maybe I've got three more minutes,
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and I'd like to finish by
@@ -896,35 +839,30 @@ and I'd like to finish by
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maybe something a little different.
-00:11:38.399 --> 00:11:39.600
-I've told you my Emacs story and
+00:11:38.399 --> 00:11:39.449
+I've told you my Emacs story
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-I hope I've stressed how little effort
+00:11:39.449 --> 00:11:42.924
+and I hope I've stressed how little
+effort it took me
-00:11:42.079 --> 00:11:43.600
-it took me to
+00:11:42.924 --> 00:11:46.560
+to move from steps to steps on the
+ladder.
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-move from steps to steps on the ladder.
-
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+00:11:46.560 --> 00:11:48.959
The ladder implies a sense of hierarchy,
-
-00:11:48.399 --> 00:11:48.959
but it really isn't.
-00:11:48.959 --> 00:11:52.240
-Whatever your step on the
-
-00:11:52.240 --> 00:11:53.920
-journey of Emacs is...
+00:11:48.959 --> 00:11:53.920
+Whatever your step on the journey of
+Emacs is...
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-Some of you might be at the
+00:11:53.920 --> 00:11:55.830
+Some of you might be at the step
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-step where you're really worried
+00:11:55.830 --> 00:11:57.440
+where you're really worried
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about learning Elisp because it feels
@@ -960,20 +898,20 @@ I wish I could do this but I can't,"
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or maybe do try to do this,
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-maybe do try to change something in a
+00:12:19.920 --> 00:12:21.442
+maybe do try to change something
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-major mode that you're using
+00:12:21.442 --> 00:12:23.279
+in a major mode that you're using
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and which you feel might be better.
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-I think Emacs, Org Mode, and all free
+00:12:26.560 --> 00:12:28.722
+I think Emacs, Org Mode,
-00:12:29.760 --> 00:12:31.040
-software in general
+00:12:28.722 --> 00:12:31.040
+and all free software in general
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has this tendency to give you this idea
@@ -990,11 +928,12 @@ that you're modifying things
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to do your bidding.
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-For me, I believe this to be a very
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+For me, I believe this to be
-00:12:48.399 --> 00:12:50.320
-healthy attitude towards software.
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+a very healthy attitude towards
+software.
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As Amin said in the very beginning,
@@ -1003,19 +942,18 @@ As Amin said in the very beginning,
we are doing this entire presentation--
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-sorry, this entire conference with free software.
+sorry, this entire conference with
+free software.
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-Just see all the things we've been able
+00:13:00.800 --> 00:13:01.686
+Just see all the things
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-to do in free software.
+00:13:01.686 --> 00:13:03.920
+we've been able to do in free software.
-00:13:03.920 --> 00:13:07.360
-For me, Emacs
-
-00:13:07.360 --> 00:13:10.399
-was my gateway, so to speak,
+00:13:03.920 --> 00:13:10.399
+For me, Emacs was my gateway,
+so to speak,
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into how to contribute to free software,
@@ -1023,29 +961,28 @@ into how to contribute to free software,
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about the philosophy that surrounds it.
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-What I would like to do... I'll finish
+00:13:18.639 --> 00:13:20.003
+What I would like to do...
-00:13:20.560 --> 00:13:22.000
-on this note and then I'll be taking
+00:13:20.003 --> 00:13:21.375
+I'll finish on this note and then
-00:13:22.000 --> 00:13:23.360
-your questions.
+00:13:21.375 --> 00:13:23.360
+I'll be taking your questions.
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Just try.
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-You've read on Reddit that you
-
-00:13:29.360 --> 00:13:31.279
-need to go through the Elisp manual
+00:13:26.480 --> 00:13:28.592
+You've read on Reddit
-00:13:31.279 --> 00:13:33.040
-in Emacs. You might be scared,
+00:13:28.592 --> 00:13:31.807
+that you need to go through the Elisp
+manual in Emacs.
-00:13:33.040 --> 00:13:35.920
-but just do it. Just give it a shot.
+00:13:31.807 --> 00:13:35.920
+You might be scared, but just do it.
+Just give it a shot.
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Just give it maybe one afternoon.
@@ -1056,30 +993,33 @@ Try to read it.
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Try to see if this appeals to your mind.
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-If you've been interested enough in my
+00:13:43.120 --> 00:13:44.230
+If you've been interested enough
-00:13:44.399 --> 00:13:45.680
-presentation right now, and if you're
+00:13:44.230 --> 00:13:45.241
+in my presentation right now,
-00:13:45.680 --> 00:13:47.199
-interested enough in any of the talks
+00:13:45.241 --> 00:13:47.199
+and if you're interested enough in any
+of the talks
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you're going to have during the entire
conference,
-00:13:49.519 --> 00:13:51.839
-do give it a shot. I'm pretty sure
+00:13:49.519 --> 00:13:50.747
+do give it a shot.
-00:13:51.839 --> 00:13:52.959
-you will like the journey
+00:13:50.747 --> 00:13:52.959
+I'm pretty sure you will like
+the journey
-00:13:52.959 --> 00:13:55.760
-on which you will be embarking upon. So I
+00:13:52.959 --> 00:13:55.418
+on which you will be embarking upon.
-00:13:55.760 --> 00:13:57.120
-believe I'm finishing one minute early,
+00:13:55.418 --> 00:13:57.120
+So I believe I'm finishing
+one minute early,
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but I see quite a bit of questions already.
@@ -1087,20 +1027,18 @@ but I see quite a bit of questions already.
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I'm not sure. Sacha, should I
-00:14:04.320 --> 00:14:06.000
-just be reading the questions, or
+00:14:04.320 --> 00:14:05.847
+just be reading the questions,
-00:14:06.000 --> 00:14:07.120
-do you want to be feeding me the
-
-00:14:07.120 --> 00:14:08.639
+00:14:05.847 --> 00:14:08.639
+or do you want to be feeding me the
questions?
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-(Amin: It's really up to you. it's
+00:14:08.639 --> 00:14:10.755
+(Amin: It's really up to you.
-00:14:11.120 --> 00:14:12.320
-completely up to you.
+00:14:10.755 --> 00:14:12.320
+It's completely up to you.
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If you've got the questions
@@ -1109,16 +1047,17 @@ If you've got the questions
open and can take them or read them,
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-by all means please.)
+by all means, please.)
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-Okay, well, I'm going to read them because
+00:14:18.320 --> 00:14:19.420
+Okay, well, I'm going to read them
-00:14:19.680 --> 00:14:20.880
-I've got them on the side. I'm going
+00:14:19.420 --> 00:14:20.581
+because I've got them on the side.
-00:14:20.880 --> 00:14:22.800
-to start with the one at the bottom.
+00:14:20.581 --> 00:14:22.800
+I'm going to start with the one at the
+bottom.
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"Do you feel that being a white male
@@ -1126,22 +1065,25 @@ to start with the one at the bottom.
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contributed to your experience?"
-00:14:26.959 --> 00:14:29.680
-Yeah. I mean, I do believe... There's
+00:14:26.959 --> 00:14:29.165
+Yeah. I mean, I do believe...
+
+00:14:29.165 --> 00:14:30.771
+There's an idea of privilege.
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-an idea of privilege. I mean, I'm
+00:14:30.771 --> 00:14:33.250
+I mean, I'm French. I live in...
-00:14:31.360 --> 00:14:35.279
-French. I live in... I'm lucky enough to
-be here
+00:14:33.250 --> 00:14:36.959
+I'm lucky enough to be here at
+university, okay,
-00:14:35.279 --> 00:14:39.120
-at university, okay, and I'm fairly
-aware of the
+00:14:36.959 --> 00:14:40.714
+and I'm fairly aware of the
+discrepancies that happen,
-00:14:39.120 --> 00:14:41.600
-discrepancies that happen, even in France,
+00:14:40.714 --> 00:14:41.600
+even in France,
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according to this...
@@ -1152,14 +1094,13 @@ So, yes, I believe my journey
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was heavily influenced by this.
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+00:14:51.199 --> 00:14:53.547
If you would like to specify the
+question, please do,
-00:14:52.639 --> 00:14:54.320
-question, please do, but I don't have
-
-00:14:54.320 --> 00:14:56.560
-really all that much to ask on this.
+00:14:53.547 --> 00:14:56.560
+but I don't have really all that much to
+ask on this.
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"What is your advice to start learning
@@ -1167,53 +1108,51 @@ really all that much to ask on this.
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Elisp language? Any particularly good
-00:15:01.279 --> 00:15:04.160
-resource or any other tips?" I finished
-
-00:15:04.160 --> 00:15:07.760
-um my presentation by telling you about
+00:15:01.279 --> 00:15:03.421
+resource or any other tips?"
-00:15:07.760 --> 00:15:10.560
-the Elisp introduction which is built into
+00:15:03.421 --> 00:15:07.760
+I finished my presentation by telling
+you about
-00:15:10.560 --> 00:15:13.519
-Emacs. What I might do... I'm going to share my
+00:15:07.760 --> 00:15:10.937
+the Elisp introduction which is built
+into Emacs.
-00:15:13.519 --> 00:15:15.120
-screen just to show you
+00:15:10.937 --> 00:15:13.936
+What I might do... I'm going to
+share my screen
-00:15:15.120 --> 00:15:22.880
-how this works. I will be sharing
-this window.
+00:15:13.936 --> 00:15:17.819
+just to show you how this works.
-00:15:22.880 --> 00:15:24.399
-I believe it's frozen on my end, so I
+00:15:17.819 --> 00:15:22.880
+I will be sharing this window.
-00:15:24.399 --> 00:15:27.199
-can't see anything.
+00:15:22.880 --> 00:15:24.234
+I believe it's frozen on my end,
-00:15:27.199 --> 00:15:28.959
-i'm not sure if you can see me or if my
+00:15:24.234 --> 00:15:27.199
+so I can't see anything.
-00:15:28.959 --> 00:15:32.560
-camera is moving.
+00:15:27.199 --> 00:15:28.597
+I'm not sure if you can see me
-00:15:32.560 --> 00:15:34.800
-Okay, so my Firefox is frozen. So i'll
+00:15:28.597 --> 00:15:32.560
+or if my camera is moving.
-00:15:34.800 --> 00:15:36.000
-answer the question, but I won't be able
+00:15:32.560 --> 00:15:34.387
+Okay, so my Firefox is frozen.
-00:15:36.000 --> 00:15:36.800
-to show you
+00:15:34.387 --> 00:15:35.361
+So I'll answer the question,
-00:15:36.800 --> 00:15:40.000
-what I wanted to show you.
+00:15:35.361 --> 00:15:40.000
+but I won't be able to show you what I
+wanted to show you.
-00:15:40.000 --> 00:15:42.639
+00:15:40.000 --> 00:15:44.320
There's a built-in guide inside Emacs to
-
-00:15:42.639 --> 00:15:44.320
learn Elisp.
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@@ -1225,11 +1164,9 @@ is just to go open these info pages.
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I'm sure someone will be kind enough to
-00:15:50.959 --> 00:15:53.839
-mention this to you in the #emacsconf channel
-
-00:15:53.839 --> 00:15:54.880
-on IRC
+00:15:50.959 --> 00:15:54.880
+mention this to you in the #emacsconf
+channel on IRC
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but it's probably the best way
@@ -1237,26 +1174,25 @@ but it's probably the best way
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to get started with Elisp.
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-You know, we tend to get obsessed, with
-
-00:16:01.279 --> 00:16:03.360
-software and with programming, about
+00:15:59.040 --> 00:16:00.991
+You know, we tend to get obsessed,
-00:16:03.360 --> 00:16:04.880
-what's the best way to get started.
+00:16:00.991 --> 00:16:03.013
+with software and with programming,
-00:16:04.880 --> 00:16:06.959
-You see so many people who are
+00:16:03.013 --> 00:16:04.880
+about what's the best way to get
+started.
-00:16:06.959 --> 00:16:08.399
-heavily interested
+00:16:04.880 --> 00:16:08.399
+You see so many people who are heavily
+interested
-00:16:08.399 --> 00:16:10.639
-in getting started with programming but
+00:16:08.399 --> 00:16:10.409
+in getting started with programming
-00:16:10.639 --> 00:16:12.320
-they never managed to get started
+00:16:10.409 --> 00:16:12.320
+but they never managed to get started
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because there's so much choice.
@@ -1267,135 +1203,115 @@ My advice would be to just get started.
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Don't get so worried about the first step.
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-Well, if I may still recommend the
-
-00:16:21.839 --> 00:16:23.920
-first step, even after saying this,
-
-00:16:23.920 --> 00:16:26.480
-do try to start with the
-
-00:16:26.480 --> 00:16:28.000
-built-in guides. I believe they're pretty
-
-00:16:28.000 --> 00:16:29.600
-pretty good.
+00:16:18.800 --> 00:16:22.493
+Well, if I may still recommend
+the first step,
-00:16:29.600 --> 00:16:32.079
-There was another question. It's
+00:16:22.493 --> 00:16:23.920
+even after saying this,
-00:16:32.079 --> 00:16:33.199
-the last question that I can read and
+00:16:23.920 --> 00:16:27.073
+do try to start with the built-in
+guides.
-00:16:33.199 --> 00:16:34.800
-after that, you will have to read
+00:16:27.073 --> 00:16:29.600
+I believe they're pretty, pretty good.
-00:16:34.800 --> 00:16:36.000
-the questions for me because everything
+00:16:29.600 --> 00:16:31.691
+There was another question.
-00:16:36.000 --> 00:16:37.920
-is frozen on my end.
+00:16:31.691 --> 00:16:33.055
+It's the last question that I can read
-00:16:37.920 --> 00:16:41.600
-I hope I'm not frozen
+00:16:33.055 --> 00:16:34.564
+and after that, you will have to
-00:16:41.600 --> 00:16:44.240
-in a very bad position so
+00:16:34.564 --> 00:16:37.920
+read the questions for me because
+everything is frozen on my end.
-00:16:44.240 --> 00:16:45.680
-please excuse me if
+00:16:37.920 --> 00:16:43.935
+I hope I'm not frozen in a very bad
+position,
-00:16:45.680 --> 00:16:48.240
-my mouth is open or anything. (Amin: no, we
+00:16:43.935 --> 00:16:47.406
+so please excuse me if my mouth is open
+or anything.
-00:16:48.240 --> 00:16:49.759
-just completely lost the video feed, so
+00:16:47.406 --> 00:16:51.120
+(Amin: no, we just completely lost the
+video feed, so no worries.)
-00:16:49.759 --> 00:16:51.120
-no worries.)
-
-00:16:51.120 --> 00:16:52.720
+00:16:51.120 --> 00:16:54.800
Oh, splendid, so I won't have to make a
-
-00:16:52.720 --> 00:16:54.800
fool out of myself.
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So the last question I wanted to answer was
-00:16:56.800 --> 00:16:58.320
+00:16:56.800 --> 00:16:59.199
"Have you read Dirk Gently's Holistic
-
-00:16:58.320 --> 00:16:59.199
Detective Agency?"
-00:16:59.199 --> 00:17:03.519
-No, I haven't. I hope it's not
-
-00:17:03.519 --> 00:17:05.199
-a jab at the way i'm dressing for the
+00:16:59.199 --> 00:17:05.741
+No, I haven't. I hope it's not a jab at
+the way I'm dressing for the conference,
-00:17:05.199 --> 00:17:06.559
-conference, but yeah,
-
-00:17:06.559 --> 00:17:08.559
-I haven't read it. Was there any
-
-00:17:08.559 --> 00:17:10.559
-other question?
+00:17:05.741 --> 00:17:10.559
+but yeah, I haven't read it. Was there
+any other question?
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(Amin: I see one other question.
-00:17:15.919 --> 00:17:17.919
+00:17:15.919 --> 00:17:19.679
"Any recommendation for good packaging
-
-00:17:17.919 --> 00:17:19.679
guides or places to start?
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-i get a bit overwhelmed by some things.
+I get a bit overwhelmed by some things.
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For example, the choice of different test
frameworks.")
-00:17:26.799 --> 00:17:28.240
+00:17:26.799 --> 00:17:29.263
Right. Okay. So that's a very good
+question.
-00:17:28.240 --> 00:17:30.400
-question. I believe
+00:17:29.263 --> 00:17:33.840
+I believe alphapapa is in the chat right
+now.
-00:17:30.400 --> 00:17:33.840
-alphapapa is in the chat right now.
+00:17:33.840 --> 00:17:36.314
+As myself a new Lisp developer for
+org-roam,
-00:17:33.840 --> 00:17:35.840
-As myself a new lisp developer for
+00:17:36.314 --> 00:17:38.320
+I'd really recommend you to look into
-00:17:35.840 --> 00:17:38.320
-org-roam, i'd really recommend you to look into
+00:17:38.320 --> 00:17:40.032
+his package developers' guide,
-00:17:38.320 --> 00:17:40.640
-his package developers' guide because you
+00:17:40.032 --> 00:17:42.507
+because you have a list of
+all the softwares
-00:17:40.640 --> 00:17:42.799
-have a list of all the softwares that
-
-00:17:42.799 --> 00:17:44.559
-are extremely useful to be using when
+00:17:42.507 --> 00:17:44.559
+that are extremely useful to
+be using when
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you're getting started.
-00:17:45.760 --> 00:17:48.000
-If you're looking into a first
+00:17:45.760 --> 00:17:48.347
+If you're looking into a first step
-00:17:48.000 --> 00:17:50.000
-step for how to develop
+00:17:48.347 --> 00:17:50.947
+for how to develop elisp packages,
-00:17:50.000 --> 00:17:52.640
-elast package, i'd really advise you to
+00:17:50.947 --> 00:17:52.640
+I'd really advise you to
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look into edebug.
@@ -1404,111 +1320,108 @@ look into edebug.
It's one word, edebug,
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-and you have a section in the manual for this,
+and you have a section in the
+manual for this,
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because for me, it was the key step to
-00:18:00.799 --> 00:18:04.320
-getting to develop good packages. It was
+00:18:00.799 --> 00:18:03.791
+getting to develop good packages.
-00:18:04.320 --> 00:18:06.160
-understanding basically what the code did
+00:18:03.791 --> 00:18:06.160
+It was understanding basically
+what the code did
-00:18:06.160 --> 00:18:08.960
-and having us something like a
+00:18:06.160 --> 00:18:08.866
+and having us something like
-00:18:08.960 --> 00:18:09.919
-REPL (read-evaluate-print-loop)
+00:18:08.866 --> 00:18:09.919
+a REPL (read-evaluate-print-loop)
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that allows you to step through the code
-00:18:11.760 --> 00:18:13.360
-and see exactly which states the
-
-00:18:13.360 --> 00:18:16.000
-variables are at which at this point in the
+00:18:11.760 --> 00:18:13.210
+and see exactly which states
-00:18:16.000 --> 00:18:20.080
-program. That's really my biggest advice
-to you.
+00:18:13.210 --> 00:18:15.643
+the variables are at which at this point
-00:18:21.200 --> 00:18:24.400
-Any other question? Thanks. Yeah, I see one
+00:18:15.643 --> 00:18:20.080
+in the program. That's really my biggest
+advice to you.
-00:18:24.400 --> 00:18:26.160
-or two more.
+00:18:21.200 --> 00:18:26.160
+Any other question? Thanks. Yeah, I see
+one or two more.
-00:18:26.160 --> 00:18:28.240
+00:18:26.160 --> 00:18:33.120
So there's one. They ask, "How did the
+freedom of Emacs help you on your way?"
-00:18:28.240 --> 00:18:30.080
-freedom of Emacs help you on
+00:18:33.120 --> 00:18:35.507
+So the freedom of Emacs...
-00:18:30.080 --> 00:18:33.120
-your way?"
+00:18:35.507 --> 00:18:38.080
+I mentioned that Emacs, for me,
+was my gateway
-00:18:33.120 --> 00:18:36.480
-So the freedom of Emacs... I mentioned
+00:18:38.080 --> 00:18:39.216
+into free software
-00:18:36.480 --> 00:18:38.080
-that Emacs, for me, was my gateway
+00:18:39.216 --> 00:18:40.652
+and the freedom of Emacs
-00:18:38.080 --> 00:18:40.320
-into free software and the freedom of
+00:18:40.652 --> 00:18:42.551
+was that you could maybe...
-00:18:40.320 --> 00:18:43.840
-Emacs was that you could maybe... First
-and foremost,
+00:18:42.551 --> 00:18:43.840
+First and foremost,
-00:18:43.840 --> 00:18:47.840
-compared to other software, was that
-you had
+00:18:43.840 --> 00:18:46.385
+compared to other software,
-00:18:47.840 --> 00:18:51.039
-behind Emacs, Elisp, which allows you to
-read the code,
+00:18:46.385 --> 00:18:49.003
+was that you had behind Emacs, Elisp,
-00:18:51.039 --> 00:18:52.400
-read whatever is going on in the
+00:18:49.003 --> 00:18:51.039
+which allows you to read the code,
-00:18:52.400 --> 00:18:53.039
+00:18:51.039 --> 00:18:53.039
+read whatever is going on in the
background.
-00:18:53.039 --> 00:18:54.640
-Surely, if you go deep enough, you'll
+00:18:53.039 --> 00:18:54.380
+Surely, if you go deep enough,
-00:18:54.640 --> 00:18:58.000
-end up in C functions that you might not
-be able to
+00:18:54.380 --> 00:18:58.172
+you'll end up in C functions that you
+might not be able to read
-00:18:58.000 --> 00:18:59.679
-read if you do not have the experience.
+00:18:58.172 --> 00:18:59.679
+if you do not have the experience.
-00:18:59.679 --> 00:19:02.000
+00:18:59.679 --> 00:19:03.520
But for Org Mode, which was my gateway
-
-00:19:02.000 --> 00:19:03.520
into Emacs,
-00:19:03.520 --> 00:19:06.400
-most of it is written in Elisp, and all
+00:19:03.520 --> 00:19:05.883
+most of it is written in Elisp,
-00:19:06.400 --> 00:19:08.240
-the commands have a very verbose
+00:19:05.883 --> 00:19:08.546
+and all the commands have a
+very verbose name,
-00:19:08.240 --> 00:19:10.080
-name, like something simple as
+00:19:08.546 --> 00:19:10.080
+like something simple as
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org go to next subtree or
-00:19:13.440 --> 00:19:15.840
-org go to a parent subtree. You know, things
-
-00:19:15.840 --> 00:19:16.880
-like this.
+00:19:13.440 --> 00:19:16.880
+org go to a parent subtree. You know,
+things like this.
00:19:16.880 --> 00:19:20.240
It's so elegant. It's verbose.
@@ -1516,38 +1429,34 @@ It's so elegant. It's verbose.
00:19:20.240 --> 00:19:22.799
That's a sense of freedom
-00:19:22.799 --> 00:19:24.320
-insofar as you can go into the code and
+00:19:22.799 --> 00:19:24.491
+insofar as you can go into
+the code and see,
-00:19:24.320 --> 00:19:26.160
-see, oh, okay, that's how it's implemented.
+00:19:24.491 --> 00:19:26.160
+oh, okay, that's how it's implemented.
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I believe in a way that's the freedom
-00:19:28.640 --> 00:19:30.400
-and the liberty that is given to you to
+00:19:28.640 --> 00:19:30.264
+and the liberty that is given to you
-00:19:30.400 --> 00:19:31.600
-look into the code
+00:19:30.264 --> 00:19:31.600
+to look into the code
-00:19:31.600 --> 00:19:33.039
-is something that invites you to do the
+00:19:31.600 --> 00:19:32.670
+is something that invites you
-00:19:33.039 --> 00:19:34.640
-same with your life. As
+00:19:32.670 --> 00:19:34.460
+to do the same with your life.
-00:19:34.640 --> 00:19:35.200
-someone who
+00:19:34.460 --> 00:19:36.776
+As someone who does a little bit of
+philosophy on the side,
-00:19:35.200 --> 00:19:36.559
-does a little bit of philosophy on the
-
-00:19:36.559 --> 00:19:38.080
-side, I believe it's a very healthy
-
-00:19:38.080 --> 00:19:38.799
-message
+00:19:36.776 --> 00:19:38.799
+I believe it's a very healthy message
00:19:38.799 --> 00:19:42.320
to be gathering from a piece of software.
@@ -1579,56 +1488,51 @@ ahead of the schedule, so if we take a
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little bit longer, we're fine.
-00:20:07.840 --> 00:20:09.440
-If you do have more
-
-00:20:09.440 --> 00:20:11.280
-questions, please do.) I'm just sorry that
-
-00:20:11.280 --> 00:20:12.880
-my video is not working anymore.
+00:20:07.840 --> 00:20:10.225
+If you do have more questions, please
+do.)
-00:20:12.880 --> 00:20:16.000
-(Amin: No problem. Someone was
+00:20:10.225 --> 00:20:12.880
+I'm just sorry that my video is not
+working anymore.
-00:20:16.000 --> 00:20:17.120
-actually saying...
+00:20:12.880 --> 00:20:17.120
+(Amin: No problem. Someone was actually
+saying...
-00:20:17.120 --> 00:20:21.120
-What's the most recent...
+00:20:17.120 --> 00:20:24.159
+What's the most recent... Actually, yeah
+well before that.
-00:20:21.120 --> 00:20:24.159
-Actually, yeah well before that.
-
-00:20:24.159 --> 00:20:25.919
+00:20:24.159 --> 00:20:27.440
"Please show off your three-piece suit
-
-00:20:25.919 --> 00:20:27.440
before you end your talk,
00:20:27.440 --> 00:20:30.080
which requires fixing your frozen camera.
-00:20:30.080 --> 00:20:31.919
-if this is not possible, please post
+00:20:30.080 --> 00:20:31.306
+If this is not possible,
-00:20:31.919 --> 00:20:36.240
-suit selfies in an easily accessible
-location."
+00:20:31.306 --> 00:20:36.240
+please post suit selfies in an easily
+accessible location."
-00:20:36.240 --> 00:20:38.720
-Okay, I'll make sure to do this. But yes, I
+00:20:36.240 --> 00:20:38.143
+Okay, I'll make sure to do this.
-00:20:38.720 --> 00:20:41.200
-wanted to hype things up for the
-conference,
+00:20:38.143 --> 00:20:41.200
+But yes, I wanted to hype things up for
+the conference,
00:20:41.200 --> 00:20:43.039
so yes, I did get the three-piece suit out.
-00:20:43.039 --> 00:20:45.919
-I'm very glad you like it. By the way,
-when you get
+00:20:43.039 --> 00:20:44.563
+I'm very glad you like it.
+
+00:20:44.563 --> 00:20:45.919
+By the way, when you get
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a chance to see me live again,
@@ -1642,128 +1546,104 @@ colors of Emacs purple
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and also Org Mode green.
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-It took me a while to find this one, so I
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+It took me a while to find this one,
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-hope you will appreciate this.
+00:20:55.556 --> 00:21:00.840
+so I hope you will appreciate this.
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-(Amin: Awesome. Let's see. We have
+00:21:00.840 --> 00:21:03.094
+(Amin: Awesome. Let's see.
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-one other question. "What's the
+00:21:03.094 --> 00:21:06.880
+We have one other question. "What's the
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most recent Emacs package or tool that
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-you've discovered
-
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-that you've added to your repertoire?")
+00:21:08.960 --> 00:21:14.480
+you've discovered that you've added to
+your repertoire?")
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Very interesting question.
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-The thing is,
-
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-when you've spent as long as I have on
+00:21:17.600 --> 00:21:22.614
+The thing is, when you've spent as long
+as I have on Emacs--
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-Emacs--and I know that I've only spent
+00:21:22.614 --> 00:21:23.919
+and I know that I've only spent
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eight years and some of you
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-might have spent maybe 10, 20, maybe even
+00:21:25.120 --> 00:21:27.901
+might have spent maybe 10, 20,
-00:21:28.799 --> 00:21:30.000
-more years on Emacs--
+00:21:27.901 --> 00:21:30.000
+maybe even more years on Emacs--
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-but for me, I believe the the coolest
+00:21:30.000 --> 00:21:34.926
+but for me, I believe the coolest neat
+trick that I found in Emacs
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-neat trick that I found in Emacs was
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+was a mode which is called beacon-mode.
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-a mode which is called beacon-mode.
+00:21:40.080 --> 00:21:43.679
+It's something that allows you to show
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-It's something that allows
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+when you're jumping between buffers
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-you to show
+00:21:45.006 --> 00:21:46.960
+or when you're dropping between windows,
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-when you're jumping between buffers or
-
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-when you're dropping between windows,
-
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+00:21:46.960 --> 00:21:50.681
it shows exactly where your point is in
+that buffer
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-that buffer by making
-
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-a slight ray of light which looks like a
-
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-beacon, hence the name.
+00:21:50.681 --> 00:21:55.440
+by making a slight ray of light which
+looks like a beacon, hence the name.
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It really helps you navigate buffers
-00:21:57.760 --> 00:21:59.520
-because it always shows in a very
-
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-visual way where your point is.
+00:21:57.760 --> 00:21:58.986
+because it always shows
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-I'll get a chance to show this to
+00:21:58.986 --> 00:22:01.760
+in a very visual way
+where your point is.
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-you later today
+00:22:01.760 --> 00:22:04.640
+I'll get a chance to show this to you
+later today
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-when i'll be presenting my other talks.
-
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-(Amin: Aeesome.
-
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-We have one question
+when I'll be presenting my other talks.
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-from Jonas, the maintainer
+00:22:10.159 --> 00:22:20.880
+(Amin: Awesome. We have one question
+from Jonas, the maintainer of Magit.
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-from Magit.
+00:22:20.880 --> 00:22:25.128
+He asks, "When you touched your webcam,
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-He asks, "When you touched your
-
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-webcam, that blew a fuse at my place.
+00:22:25.128 --> 00:22:26.880
+that blew a fuse at my place.
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How did you do that?")
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-Well, I'm very sorry, Jonas, that it
-
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-happened to you, but i'll make sure not
+00:22:29.760 --> 00:22:31.242
+Well, I'm very sorry, Jonas,
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-to touch my webcam again.
+00:22:31.242 --> 00:22:36.960
+that it happened to you, but I'll make
+sure not to touch my webcam again.
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(Amin: Do we have any other questions?)
@@ -1771,42 +1651,33 @@ to touch my webcam again.
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I have to trust you on this one.
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+00:22:43.919 --> 00:22:46.960
I'm really sorry. Everything is frozen
-
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on my end.
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-(Amin: No problem.) Yeah I'm more talking
-to the
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+(Amin: No problem.) Yeah I'm more
+talking to the audience, I guess.
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-audience, I guess.
+00:22:51.520 --> 00:22:56.018
+I hope my lack of slides didn't bother
+you.
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-I hope my lack of
+00:22:56.018 --> 00:23:00.481
+I really wanted to have this verbose
+time with people,
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-slides didn't bother you. I really
-
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-wanted to have this
-
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-verbose time with people, to be
-
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-able to...
+00:23:00.481 --> 00:23:01.600
+to be able to...
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-it's a message that i've been trying
+It's a message that I've been trying
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to share with as many people as possible.
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-In france we do have an Emacs workshop
+In France, we do have an Emacs workshop
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that we have on a monthly basis.
@@ -1820,26 +1691,24 @@ with those people and I felt like
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doing the same with Emacs conference
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-would be good. That's why i'm really
+00:23:20.400 --> 00:23:22.713
+would be good. That's why I'm
+really happy,
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-happy, and I'm really lucky to have had
+00:23:22.713 --> 00:23:24.000
+and I'm really lucky to have had
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-the chance to
+00:23:24.000 --> 00:23:26.418
+the chance to do this today.
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-do this today. I hope some of you
+00:23:26.418 --> 00:23:29.200
+I hope some of you, I've convinced you
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-I've convinced you
+00:23:29.200 --> 00:23:31.472
+of climbing up a step on a ladder
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-of climbing up a step on a ladder or
-
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-making a step in a journey.
+00:23:31.472 --> 00:23:34.480
+or making a step in a journey.
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(Amin: Absolutely. Thank you so much, Leo.
@@ -1856,38 +1725,34 @@ when it's not really needed
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and to help give some face-to-face time
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-with the audience. Unfortunately
+00:23:49.200 --> 00:23:50.685
+with the audience.
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-your webcam cut out, but I mean
+00:23:50.685 --> 00:23:52.923
+Unfortunately, your webcam cut out,
-00:23:53.520 --> 00:23:55.200
-before that.)
+00:23:52.923 --> 00:23:55.200
+but I mean before that.)
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-Yes, I'll make sure to fix the problems
+00:23:55.200 --> 00:23:57.914
+Yes, I'll make sure to fix
+the problems later on,
-00:23:57.279 --> 00:23:59.679
-later on, so don't worry about it.
+00:23:57.914 --> 00:23:59.679
+so don't worry about it.
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(Amin: Awesome. Alrighty. I guess we're
-00:24:02.240 --> 00:24:03.200
-wrapping up
-
-00:24:03.200 --> 00:24:06.400
-for your talk and getting ready for the
-
-00:24:06.400 --> 00:24:08.000
-next talk.)
+00:24:02.240 --> 00:24:08.000
+wrapping up for your talk and getting
+ready for the next talk.)
-00:24:08.000 --> 00:24:10.000
-Sure. Well, thank you so much. I'll see
+00:24:08.000 --> 00:24:09.538
+Sure. Well, thank you so much.
-00:24:10.000 --> 00:24:11.760
-you all later, I suppose!
+00:24:09.538 --> 00:24:11.760
+I'll see you all later, I suppose!
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(Amin: Sounds good. Thank you again, Leo. Bye-bye)