@Drops I would organize a #scheme and #lisp assembly again at #35c3, if I manage to secure a ticket. #emacs users are welcome.
@alexshendi Did you manage to get a ticket? Will there be a lispers assembly?
@Drops I managed to get a ticket. So I will be attending #35c3. Should I register a #lisp assembly? I have already joined the #BSD assembly, but that shouldn't be a problem.
Who else is interested?
/Cc @wasamasa @ckeen
@Drops @ckeen @alexshendi I'm in, however this won't be the only assembly I'll attend.
@ckeen @wasamasa @alexshendi If most of you are involved with other assembllies anyways, then I would like to set up an Emacs assembly, and explicitly welcome all schemers and lispers.
@Drops @ckeen @wasamasa
I wouldn't object to that.
@ckeen @alexshendi @wasamasa I would absolutely love a Vim assembly nearby. If there is one place to end the editor war, than it shall be the #35c3
@Drops @ckeen @alexshendi @wasamasa time for @ed1conf to end them all
@saper @ckeen @alexshendi @wasamasa @ed1conf
@saper @ckeen @alexshendi @ed1conf @Drops So it begins: https://signup.c3assemblies.de/assembly/56152a8a-d1c8-4b96-8a26-cf5f05ab8ee6
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