Sorry to bug you about licensing. The XEmacs folk want to ship your
tour too (IIRC all that's really blocking it is getting someone to
hook it into the Help menu, though ideally they want to somehow get it
to show up in a buffer so you didn't have to Alt-Tab back and forth to
it:-D .) But they'd prefer different license terms.
1. Is it possible you could release your Emacs guided tour into the
2. Just curious: Do you happen to have a video or audio version of
your first lecture? It would look great up there with all the videos
P.S. Thanks very much for writing the quick tour.
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