Coming up in this episode
- Network failures
- Gaming wins
- We get Emacs Pinky
- A little browser watch
- And we get a little manipulative
0:00 Cold Open
1:40 The Little Outage
10:25 The History of Emacs
23:51 Emacs, Emacs, Emacs
38:39 Browser Watch!
45:32 Kdenlive Fundraiser
56:30 Community Focus: System Crafters
59:40 App Focus: GIMP
1:05:29 Next Time: Alpine Linux
History Series on Text Editors - Emacs
- GNU Emacs
- TECO editor
- TECO-6, compatible with the PDP-6
- Gosling Emacs
- Initially Gosling permitted unrestricted redistribution
- Free software movement
- UniPress began to redistribute and sell Gosling's Emacs on UNIX and VMS
- Interview in 2013 via Slashdot, Richard Stallman said:
- The Free Software Foundation is born
- Richard Gabriel's Lucid Inc needed version 19 to support their IDE, Energize C++.
- Emacs 21.1 brought
- Emacs 22.1 brought
- The last official release of XEmacs
- Emacs 23.1 brought
- Emacs 24.1 brought
- Emacs 25.1 brought
- Emacs 26.1 brought
- Emacs 27.1 brought
- Emacs 28.1 brought
- September 12, 2022 Emacs 28.2, the latest maintenance release is out
The Beginnings of TECO
Real Programmers Don't Use PASCAL
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- Firefox 105
- Firefox release notes.
- Microsoft Teams is going away and being replaced by a PWA.
- Malware infested ads in Edge.
- This might be the push to move to a PWA?
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Kdenlive fundraiser is now live!
- Kdenlive fundraiser that is now live
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- Mark (Youtube) Nice Green day shirt, and actually nice Nintendo shirt too, nice shirt all round.
- Larry (Email) How do you handle sharing things in multiple distros installed on the same machine?
- Bhiku (Email) Mozilla Neural Machine Translation Engine
- Unleashing the power of GNU Nano
Gnu Image Manipulation Program aka GIMP
We will discuss Alpine Linux and the history.
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