Click the page heading to list all homepages of contributors to this wiki. Some homepages on this wiki were written by someone else. Some consider them to be important in order to understand Emacs and XEmacs lore.

If you are new to wikis, here is how to start:

  1. Edit this page (see the ‘Edit this page’ link at the bottom) to add your user name.
    1. Add your user name to the list (mixed case, no spaces, eg. AlexSchroeder).
    2. Put the same name in the username field further down the page (see UserName for more info).
    3. (Optional) Preview your changes by clicking the ‘Preview’ button at the page bottom.
    4. Save your changes by clicking the ‘Save’ button at the page bottom.
  2. Follow the link for your name to your new homepage, and edit the page.
    1. Write a few words about your relationship to Emacs.
    2. (Optional) Declare which Emacsen you use, see EmacsOrXEmacs, below.
    3. (Optional) Paste your init file and ~/.gnus file…
    4. Add a CategoryHomepage link at the end of your homepage. Please do not forget this step.
    5. Save your homepage.

Emacs or XEmacs?

List the users of Emacs (GnuEmacs) or XEmacs:

List old-timers and retrohackers:

If you write “I use Emacs” or “I use XEmacs” on your homepage, you will be listed in one of these two categories. Alternative wordings are also allowed: “uses Emacs” and “uses XEmacs” work just as well. Your homepage must carry the CategoryHomepage tag for this to work!

List users with RSS feeds on their homepages:

List of Homepages

Please try to keep this list alphabetized (See AlphabetizeHomepageList). It makes finding people much easier.


This emacs wiki also has homepages for famous Emacs and XEmacs hackers. We do not distinguish between homepages of wiki contributors, emacsen hackers, or famous people connected to emacsen history. If you decide to setup a homepage, either for yourself or another emacsen hacker or person connected with emacsen history, please add as much of the following information to your page as you feel appropriate. If you are creating this page for yourself, that is your call; if you are creating this page to refer to another, a decent respect for their privacy would dictate that you only include information they have made publicly available on the Web. Items of interest: