Great news! From now on, all issues of the TUGboat except the current one are now publicly available for download. To tell this to as much TeX users as possible, I posted this plus download links and additional information here: on TeX StackExchange.
(La)TeX Usergroup Berlin Treffen 14. Februar, diesmal mit Präsi über einfache Struktur für Bachelor/Masterarbeit mit Literaturverzeichnis und Visual Studio Code für LaTeX, sowie git als Versionskontrollsystem: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Berliner-Usergroup-TeXLaTeX/
English: (La)TeX Usergroup Berlin meeting Feb 14, this time with talk about simple structure for bachelor/master thesis with bibliography and visual studio code for LaTeX, plus git as version control system.
The iX recently published a LaTeX tutorial. Quick reviews are on
At this occasion, some recent and older articles from heise and iX, in German:
- Donald E. Knuth: Der Informatik-Papst wird 80 (see comments)
- Der hexadezimale Dollar von Donald E. Knuth (see comments)
- Einführung in LaTeX
- Editoren für LaTeX
- LaTeX im Browser: Overleaf und ShareLaTeX fusionieren (comments)
- LaTeX-Editor Texmaker 5.0 (comments)
Why do I mention it? Because it’s interesting to read about TeX and LaTeX in general IT media, and comments by IT people can be quite entertaining, such as the usual rants of guys who used LaTeX fifteen or more years ago and still complain about old stuff without having seen how it developed in the meantime.
The Short Math Guide for LaTeX is now available on CTAN. It has been significantly updated, contains more up-to-date information and additional notes such as about discouraged syntax and new recommendations. From 17 pages it grew to 21 pages. Furthermore, the source code of the document is now available. It covers all math basics and is a very efficient guide for the smart reader.
Here you can find it: https://ctan.org/pkg/short-math-guide
The rates for electronic membership (TUGboat and TeX software online, no paper/DVD) decreased: it’s now $15 for students, seniors and TeX friends from countries with modest economies, and $45 for regular (electronic) membership, both early bird until March 31, 2017.
By joining now, you can directly be part of and support the TUG TeX activities. You know,
- Maintaining and developing the TeX Live distribution, that is also the base of MacTeX
- Yearly international TeX conferences
- The TUGboat journal
- Supporting projects, such as LaTeX3, CTAN, LuaTeX and MetaPost and font creation
What do you think? Like to comment here, or on my blog post?
It’s all up to us: http://tug.org/join.html