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[[!meta title="Notes and tips on preparing your talk"]]
-[[!meta copyright="Copyright &copy; 2019, 2020 Amin Bandali<br />Copyright &copy; 2021 Amin Bandali, Sacha Chua"]]
+[[!meta copyright="Copyright &copy; 2019, 2020 Amin Bandali<br />Copyright &copy; 2021 Amin Bandali, Sacha Chua, Leo Vivier"]]
This page contains notes and tips for our speakers on preparing their
talks and presentations. Please read through the list and consider it
@@ -135,6 +135,14 @@ web conferencing system before November 7. Please email
<emacsconf-submit@gnu.org> with some times that might work for you and
we'll see if a volunteer can meet up with you to record it.
+## How do I show my kekstrokes on screen?
+
+In Emacs, you can use
+[interaction-log.el](https://github.com/michael-heerdegen/interaction-log.el)
+(in MELPA) to display the keystrokes and the commands they run in a separate
+buffer. For a system-wide solution, you can look into
+[screenkey](https://gitlab.com/screenkey/screenkey).
+
## I'm not used to talking to myself. Can I present the talk to someone?
We might be able to help you record your talk using the BigBlueButton