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WEBVTT
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So first question, what does
-
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Bard Bivou(m)acs mean? Good question.
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In one version of my talk, I spent too
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long explaining it,
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and decided to cut it out.
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-It's basically a bad pun on
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-band camp.
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+It's basically a bad pun on band camp.
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A bivouac--I don't even know if I'm
@@ -45,50 +38,44 @@ I'll probably find a different name for
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it but I liked that "bivoaucs,"
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if you stick an m in there, it becomes
-
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Bivou(m)acs.
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It's kind of like editor macros for
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generating some HTML.
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-Yes, it is confusing, chatting on IRC
-
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-at the same time.
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+Yes, it is confusing, chatting on IRC at
+the same time. Great question.
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-Great question. (Amin: Grant,
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+(Amin: Grant, so right now, you're
+sharing your screen.
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-so right now, you're sharing your
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+Are you planning on showing something
+with it, or for example,
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-screen. Are you planning on
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+should I maximize you?)
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-showing something with it, or for example,
-
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-should I maximize you?) I don't know.
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+I don't know. I can turn it off for now.
+Okay.
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-I can turn it off for now. Okay.
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+(Amin: You can turn on the webcam.)
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-(Amin: You can turn on the webcam.) Yeah, okay.
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+Yeah, okay.
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-(Amin: I'll maximize your
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+(Amin: I'll maximize your webcam.)
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-webcam.) Okay, thanks.
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+Okay, thanks.
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I'll get to the answer for my color
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theme here in a bit in IRC.
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-Next question on
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+Next question on the Etherpad,
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-the Etherpad, does this metadata
-
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-workflow also support
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+does this metadata workflow also support
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unsynchronized lyrics within ID3 tags,
@@ -129,20 +113,17 @@ figure out how to do mass tag editing.
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And that was like...
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It wasn't very intuitive, like I said,
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with EMMS.
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I think EMMS is really great, but its
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interface is huge.
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-like if you do M-x and type emms, you get
+like if you do M-x and type emms,
+you get,
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I don't know, 270-some candidates.
@@ -150,92 +131,72 @@ I don't know, 270-some candidates.
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There's a lot of functions going on.
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-I basically found the
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-features that I needed to get this
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+I basically found the features that I
+needed to get this workflow working.
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-workflow working.
-
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I would guess that you probably can do
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it, and if you don't,
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-if you can't do it out of the box, I
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+if you can't do it out of the box,
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-think you could script EMMS to do that.
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+I think you could script EMMS
+to do that.
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I'd like to know more, and I'm certainly
+going to be investigating it.
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-going to be
-
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-investigating it. I will try and post my
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-findings somewhere online.
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+I will try and post my findings
+somewhere online.
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Is it possible to import batch metadata?
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-I'm not sure. I would guess
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+I'm not sure. I would guess yes is the
+answer.
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-yes is the answer. EMMS can connect to
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+EMMS can connect to metadata services.
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-metadata services. I haven't done
-
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-that because I was just
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+I haven't done that because I was just
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using audio files that I created myself.
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-I know that on the back end, it calls out to
-
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-shell programs for tagging things.
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+I know that on the back end, it calls out
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-there's a lot of different options that can
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+to shell programs for tagging things.
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-shell out too. I was using the
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+There's a lot of different options that can
+shell out too.
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-the vorbis tools to tag the particular
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+I was using the vorbis tools to tag the
+particular files I was working with.
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-files I was working with.
-
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You can also use tiny tag, and there's
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some other...
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-That might be the python library. I can't
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+That might be the python library.
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-remember. There's two other libraries
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+I can't remember. There's two other
+libraries that I can shell out to
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-that I can shell out to for
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-doing metadata.
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+for doing metadata.
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My current workflow for tagging music is
@@ -243,29 +204,27 @@ My current workflow for tagging music is
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to first apply replay gain in fubar 2000,
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-fix egregious mistakes, use beats to
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-apply metadata from music brains,
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+fix egregious mistakes,
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-or discogs, go over remaining albums with
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+use beats to apply metadata from music
+brains or discogs,
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-fubar 2000 again.
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+go over remaining albums with fubar 2000
+again.
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-Is there a chance textual tagging could
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+Is there a chance textual tagging
+could allow doing it all in one program?
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-allow doing it all in one program?
-
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Have I experimented with mass tag
+update queries?
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-update queries? I have not.
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+I have not.
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Again, I was just doing this workflow,
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I believe because it calls out to
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-the programs in the back end, I'm sure
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+the programs in the back end,
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-you could work that out.
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+I'm sure you could work that out.
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I think EMMS would benefit from
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to use Emacs as a front end for those
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-updates would be really fantastic. So
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+updates would be really fantastic.
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-really, it's just a matter of
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+So really, it's just a matter of
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writing the interface to the external tool.
@@ -306,59 +265,54 @@ writing the interface to the external tool.
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Is there a link to some info expanding
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philosophy of how to compensate
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musicians?
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No, I don't really have a lot of
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-philosophy around that. I guess the first
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+philosophy around that.
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-thing I could say would be
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+I guess the first thing
+I could say would be
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-something like a universal income. I feel
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+something like a universal income.
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-like that would solve a lot of problems,
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+I feel like that would solve
+a lot of problems,
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-if musicians could just be musicians and
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+if musicians could just be musicians
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-not have to worry about their pay. I will
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+and not have to worry about their pay.
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-think about it more.
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+I will think about it more.
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-This is one of my first
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+This is one of my first forays into
+getting public with some of these ideas,
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-forays into getting
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+so I will try to do more
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-public with some of these ideas, so I
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+and let the community know.
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-will try to do more
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-and let the community know. What Emacs
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-theme am I using?
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+What Emacs theme am I using?
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Can't remember. It's one of the Kaolin themes.
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-I think it was Aurora or
+I think it was Aurora
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or Bubble Gum, maybe, but the
@@ -369,35 +323,26 @@ Kaolin themes are nice. I recommend them.
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Not using Doom Emacs, Doom mode line though.
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-It's very pretty. SVG support built into
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+It's very pretty.
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-Emacs?
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+SVG support built into Emacs?
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-I'm using Emacs 27.1, and yes, SVG support
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+I'm using Emacs 27.1, and yes, SVG
+support is built in.
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-is built in.
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I may have had to compile it with some
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Cairo support.
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I don't remember for sure.
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-But yes, you can even take screenshots of
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-your Emacs
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-from within Emacs in SVG.
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+But yes, you can even take screenshots
+of your Emacs from within Emacs, in SVG.
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It's pretty great.
@@ -429,62 +374,48 @@ I'll start looking through IRC.
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(Amin: And keep an eye on the pad too.)
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-Thank you all for listening and for
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-enjoying the talk. I'm glad it turned out well.
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-Awesome. Yeah, it's been fun
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+Thank you all for listening
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-so far.
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+and for enjoying the talk. I'm glad it
+turned out well.
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-How did I manage? I can post a
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+Awesome. Yeah, it's been fun so far.
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-snippet of that, or actually I can share
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+How did I manage? I can post
+a snippet of that,
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-my screen, can't I...
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+or actually I can share my screen,
+can't I...
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Okay. I actually have it up right here.
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So I think I got this from alphapapa, to
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be honest.
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I define screenshot-svg.
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It's an interactive command. Oh yeah,
-
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there's alphapapa.
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Okay, there we go.
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I would like to change this so that I
+can get it into the copy-paste buffer
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-can get it into
-
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-the copy-paste buffer so I don't
-
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-have to copy the file in, but I haven't really
-
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-hacked on it yet.
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+so I don't have to copy the file in, but
+I haven't really hacked on it yet.
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Okay, org heading colors.
@@ -510,11 +441,11 @@ So the presentation is just a
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normal org file, right, so I have my headers,
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-and the author--you can even stick your
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+and the author--you can even stick
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-email and other headers in there.
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+your email and other headers in there.
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But there's a package called org-tree-slide.
@@ -522,14 +453,15 @@ But there's a package called org-tree-slide.
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Whoops, why is it not...
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-I must have not required it. Good
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+I must have not required it.
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-question. (Amin: Grant,
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+Good question.
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-can you try sharing your screen maybe?)
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+(Amin: Grant, can you try sharing your
+screen maybe?)
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Oh, is it not shared? I'm sorry.
@@ -543,14 +475,9 @@ There we go, should be coming up.
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(Amin: It's coming up. Yep, we see it.)
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-Awesome.
-
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-All right. Okay. I don't know why this
-
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-isn't working.
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+Awesome. All right. Okay. I don't know
+why this isn't working.
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It was working.
@@ -567,47 +494,38 @@ So, org-tree-slide.
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I don't know why it's not launching.
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I thought that I had required it, but I
-
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must not have.
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-Maybe I'll try.
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+Maybe I'll try. Okay.
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-Okay.
-
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So there we go. So org-tree-slide is a
-
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way that basically uses
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narrowing and some kind of font tricks to...
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-it changes your titles or your
-
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-metadata into
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+it changes your titles
+or your metadata into
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this banner for the title here,
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-and it automatically sets the faces for you.
+and it automatically sets the
+faces for you.
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-You can customize that, of course. And then, as you
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+You can customize that, of course. And
+then, as you go through the Org file,
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-go through the Org file, you get these
-
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-kind of nice animations and--
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+you get these kind of nice animations
+and--
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what's it called--breadcrumbs up at the top.
@@ -615,29 +533,20 @@ what's it called--breadcrumbs up at the top.
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So org-tree-slide. I highly recommend it.
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+00:10:06.399 --> 00:10:10.024
It's really nice because you can give
+your presentation and practice it,
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-your presentation
-
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-and practice it, and while you're
-
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-practicing it, you can edit things as well,
-
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-because it's still just
+00:10:10.024 --> 00:10:12.560
+and while you're practicing it, you can
+edit things as well,
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-an Org document using narrowing, you know.
+00:10:12.560 --> 00:10:16.160
+because it's still just an Org document
+using narrowing, you know.
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-It doesn't
-
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-actually change anything.
+00:10:16.160 --> 00:10:20.079
+It doesn't actually change anything.
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Definitely recommend org-tree-slide mode.
@@ -654,34 +563,27 @@ Let's see.
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Okay, so I don't know if you can see this now,
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+00:10:41.279 --> 00:10:49.360
but I'm actually viewing the SVG
-
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screenshot that I took with Emacs.
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+00:10:49.360 --> 00:10:52.720
See here's the source of it. So Emacs
-
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made that.
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And here's the image.
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+00:10:58.160 --> 00:11:01.570
It's cool because you can even do it
+again and again,
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-again and again, and
-
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-open more screenshots of screenshots.
+00:11:01.570 --> 00:11:05.360
+and open more screenshots of
+screenshots.
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+00:11:05.360 --> 00:11:14.880
Yeah, definitely Emacsception.
-
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Fun stuff.
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@@ -693,29 +595,28 @@ Heading colors? Oh, yeah. I talked about the
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themes. This is another Kaolin theme.
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+00:11:24.800 --> 00:11:34.959
I think the one in the talk was
-
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maybe this one, Aurora.
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Oh, here, there's something funny when
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-you start org-tree-slide with a
+00:11:36.560 --> 00:11:37.785
+you start org-tree-slide
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-different theme.
+00:11:37.785 --> 00:11:38.880
+with a different theme.
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-This top header bar gets the faces from
+00:11:38.880 --> 00:11:41.823
+This top header bar gets the faces
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-that previous theme. I have not
+00:11:41.823 --> 00:11:43.395
+from that previous theme.
-00:11:44.000 --> 00:11:47.760
-figured out how to fix that yet.
+00:11:43.395 --> 00:11:47.760
+I have not figured out how to
+fix that yet.
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Did I have to compile to get the
@@ -729,11 +630,12 @@ Yes, if I'm remembering correctly.
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I got Emacs 27. I'm not on a Mac.
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-I saw alphapapa's comment on reddit, and then
+00:11:58.399 --> 00:12:01.424
+I saw alphapapa's comment on reddit,
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-I recompiled it with Cairo support.
+00:12:01.424 --> 00:12:08.839
+and then I recompiled it with Cairo
+support.
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Yes.
@@ -744,70 +646,56 @@ Okay, lots of good conversation on here.
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Yep, I have like one or two more minutes.
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-Okay
-
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-I guess while I'm here, I might as
-
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-well say thank you to
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+Okay. I guess while I'm here, I might as
-00:12:35.519 --> 00:12:38.959
-the organizers. I really appreciate
+00:12:34.240 --> 00:12:36.993
+well say thank you to the organizers.
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-everybody's work on this.
+00:12:36.993 --> 00:12:40.320
+I really appreciate everybody's
+work on this.
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It's fun to be a part of this community.
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+00:12:42.720 --> 00:12:45.929
I'm enjoying the other talks I've seen
+so far today,
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-so far today, and I'm looking forward to
-
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+00:12:45.929 --> 00:12:48.560
+and I'm looking forward to
to the rest.
-00:12:48.560 --> 00:12:50.480
-It's really interesting, just from
-
-00:12:50.480 --> 00:12:52.720
-being on Emacs in IRC
+00:12:48.560 --> 00:12:53.570
+It's really interesting, just from being
+on Emacs in IRC for a few months,
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-for a few months, I've already connected
+00:12:53.570 --> 00:12:54.720
+I've already connected
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with a lot of interesting people
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+00:12:56.959 --> 00:13:04.079
and have a lot of cool connections
-
-00:13:00.720 --> 00:13:04.079
already.
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+00:13:04.079 --> 00:13:07.519
(Amin: Thank you for being a part of the
-
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community, Grant.)
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-That's good to be here. I have another
+00:13:07.519 --> 00:13:08.883
+That's good to be here.
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-talk tomorrow as well.
+00:13:08.883 --> 00:13:16.560
+I have another talk tomorrow as well.
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Oh, thanks for everyone in the Etherpad
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+00:13:18.399 --> 00:13:21.680
for putting more comments on these
-
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questions here
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@@ -822,14 +710,10 @@ that we have for the Q&A.
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Okay. Thank you again so much, Grant,
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+00:13:36.720 --> 00:13:39.920
for your awesome talk and for popping in
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for questions.)
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+00:13:39.920 --> 00:13:46.800
Yeah, thanks again for hosting. See you
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later. Cheers!