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Teaching Emacs Who You Are

Alexander Kahl wrote “To some people like me, GNU Emacs is more than just the most powerful text editing system in the world. We don’t just write prose and code in Emacs, we read and send our mail from Emacs, we browse the web using Emacs or write better versions of the Vi editor in Emacs. Sometimes however, we…”

By Paul Stein from New Jersey, USA (Crayon Test I) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

bbfy: BBCode in the Age of JavaScript

Alexander Kahl wrote “Some readers might remember BBCode, a dated HTML-like syntax that enables users of forums to apply markup to their posts while minimising the danger of injecting malicious content into the whole website. (note: modern HTML doesn’t use these tags, anymore) While ubiquitous back in the early noughties, it has become a rare sight these days. WYSIWYG editing components…”