evbo
jkl, does anyone win with emacs?
jkl
Well, Emacs on the CLI can do anything in the list (except watching videos in an adequate quality because that most likely requires a loaded graphics driver).
xero
nobody ever "wins" with emacs

ALL GLORY AND PRAISE BE TO VIM!

;D
jkl
Especially since you can run Vim from inside Emacs.
xero
come on now. you can run emacs in vim w/ vimshell, but why would you want to?
jkl
Because Emacs has a built-in web browser for the week of TTy. :-D
venam
There's going to be a thread for the discussion of the week in the TTY before it starts.
Mainly it's going to be the same as the two previous years, you can refer to the thread in the op. In sum: just no X/Wayland. That means the framebuffer is allowed.

For a lot of people it's not feasible at work.
There's one solution to that: you bring your home laptop and use it as a terminal that ssh into your work machine and when you really need graphical stuffs you can use your work machine. However, this all depends on if your company allows you to do that.
mrtn
(02-06-2017, 01:32 AM)venam Wrote: However, this all depends on if your company allows you to do that.

Aye. That's a no-go here... But for my home computing I'd be in.

Worst case: I'm reading books that week :P
pyratebeard
(01-06-2017, 05:38 PM)mrtn Wrote: work doesn't count, aye?

I don't have the luxury of a Linux/Unix machine in work, I have to ssh from Windows. Does that count though, as non of our servers have a graphical environment anyway.
venam
Here we are, the last day of June.
I hope you enjoyed the little "events" of this year.

Tell us what you thought of it and feedback for next year.




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