Sam Chessman will present a history and intro to the vi command line editor.
The history of vi and clones and early open source, the vi family tree, pointers to source and documentation resources, and using vim, the most comprehensive clone. For vim, Sam will cover as much of the following as I can in the time available.
.vimrc, .viminfo, .vim
vim command grammar
vim editing commands
what I use
The slides are prepared in markdown, and use landslide to format them as an html slide show.
Available at Sam's gitlab.com presentation repository https://gitlab.com/sscpresentations/42-years-of-vi