December 2013 Beginners' Workshop: Vim

Dec 21 2013 12:30
Dec 21 2013 17:00

VPAC Training Room, 110 Victoria Street, Carlton South

"Introduction to vim" by Bianca Gibson

Vim is an editor of choice for many power users, which allows you to
accomplish editing tasks with minimal keystrokes. By the end of the
session people that have never used vim before will be able to
accomplish some basic editing. I will also cover where to learn more,
finding plug ins, integrating it in to attendees existing workflows,
some of my favourite plug ins and even a sport based on vim.

General Workshop Area:

At the LUV Beginners' Workshop you can come along and work with
Linux enthusiasts to assist you in setting up your system the
way you want. This could include friendly advice on partitions,
distributions, configurations, networking and specific
applications. Bring your laptop!

The Melbourne OLPC Club meetings are co-located with the
Beginners' Workshops. If you are interested in the OLPC (One
Laptop Per Child) project, please come and join in!

VPAC is on the ground floor of Building 91, RMIT, 110 Victoria
Street, Carlton, on the north side of Victoria Street, about 50m
east of Swanston Street, almost opposite Melbourne City Baths.

Public transport: frequent trams run along Swanston Street;
VPAC is a few minutes' walk from Melbourne Central train station.

LUV would like to acknowledge Red Hat for their help in obtaining the Buzzard Lecture Theatre venue and VPAC for hosting, and BENK Open Systems for their financial support of the Beginners Workshops

Linux Users of Victoria Inc., is an incorporated association, registration number A0040056C.


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