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January 29th, 2020 Meetup

It’s a wrap! At least for 2019, we had our last meetup of 2019 in November, so the next one is going to be on January 29th. That’ll be a day worth celebrating, for multiple reasons!

One talk confirmed so far, by Dieter about a variety of topics: building emacs-28, designing charts with emacs and LaTeX, administering directory services with emacs.


Contentful Ritterstr. 12-14, 10969 Berlin

In the first courtyard, enter the door on the right, up to 1st floor, there will be signs.

Doors open 18:30, talks start around 19:00, Contentful provides drinks and pizza (drinks have non-alcoholic and alcoholic options, pizza has vegan, vegetarian and non-veg options).

About Emacs Berlin

We are Emacs enthusiasts in Berlin, meeting every last Wednesday of the month (<%%(diary-float t 3 -1)> in org-mode).

The best way to stay posted is through our mailing list. Sign up and meet your fellow Emacsers, or have a look at the mailing list archives (gmane).

Feel free to send an email introducing yourself after subscribing!

You can also chat with us on irc: #emacs-berlin

Or on Twitter: @emacsberlin

And there’s a YouTube Channel  

And on meetup.com/Emacs-Berlin-Meetup

Non-public contact via email: organizers email


  • December no meetup due to holidays
  • Wednesday, January 29th 2020
  • Wednesday, February 26th 2020
  • Wednesday, March 25th 2020

(if you see a past date here, pls check the mailing list)


Archive of previous meetings

Beginner’s Guarantee

If you would like a basic introduction to Emacs, or you’re starting out and have some questions, then we are more than happy to help you. Just show up to a meeting, and we guarantee there will be somebody to help you up to speed.


Talks are 20 minutes + 5 min Q&A, and should be loosely related to Emacs. Lightning talks are 5 minutes + 5 minutes Q&A, and can be about anything. The only “rule” for lightning talks is “keep it short, keep it interesting”.

At the moment the best place to propose talks is on the mailing list.

Code of Conduct

Emacs Berlin has adopted the Berlin Code of Conduct, all who attend our events or participate on our mailing list are expected to have read this document, and to behave accordingly.