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From: Amin Bandali <bandali@gnu.org>
To: emacsconf-discuss@gnu.org, emacs-tangents@gnu.org, emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Cc: emacsconf-org@gnu.org
Subject: [ANN] EmacsConf 2021 schedule + how to watch and participate
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2021 20:41:07 -0500	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <87tug6the4.fsf@gnu.org> (raw)

Dear Emacsian friends,

This is it, the final stretch until EmacsConf 2021, coming up on
November 27 and 28 less than a week from now!  A few weeks ago,
we excitedly shared the EmacsConf 201 program with you.  We're now
happy to share the conference schedule with you, i.e. the program
plus each talk's (approximate) scheduled time slot:

                 https://emacsconf.org/2021/schedule

All of the times listed on the schedule are in EST (UTC-5).  You can
click on each talk's title to open its page for more information,
including its scheduled time in your local time (displaying local time
requires running a tiny bit of AGPLv3+-licensed free/libre JavaScript
code, included on the talk pages).  For prerecorded talks, this time
is also when the talk's video will be made available on the same page.
Please note the '~' tildes near the times, indicating that they are
approximations and not meant to be taken as exact times.

On November 27 and 28 you will be able to watch the livestreams via
https://live.emacsconf.org, which also has details on how to watch the
streams using media players that support streaming (like mpv and VLC).
Also, for Asia-Pacific folks, there will be an alternate stream by
LibreAustralia, at 11:00-17:30 UTC+11 on Sunday, November 28.  Please
see the  https://libreau.org/upcoming.html#emacsconf21  page on their
site for more details and how to tune into the alternate stream.

Last but not least, please see the  https://emacsconf.org/2021  page
of the EmacsConf wiki for more details on watching and participating
in the conference.

We hope to see you all around on November 27-28 for EmacsConf 2021!

Amin Bandali, Leo Vivier, and Sacha Chua,
On behalf of the EmacsConf 2021 organizers team


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