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TUGboat 32:1, 2011

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Complete issue 32:1 as one pdf (7.6mb)  
Front cover c1 
Inside front cover c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty c3 
Title page
Editorial information
 
General Delivery
From the President
  Karl Berry     [Introductory — conferences; interviews; software]
Editorial comments
  Barbara Beeton     [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
      Opus 100
      BBVA award for Don Knuth
      Short takes
      Mimi
Mimi Burbank
  Jackie Damrau     [Introductory — a remembrance]
Missing Mimi
  Christina Thiele     [Introductory — In memoriam: Mimi Burbank]
16 years of ConTeXt
  Hans Hagen     [Advanced — ConTeXt's evolution and milestones in its history]
TUGboat's 100 issues — Basic statistics and random gleanings
  David Walden and Karl Berry     [Introductory — sampled survey of issues throughout TUGboat's run]
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TUGboat online
  Karl Berry and David Walden     [Introductory — retrospective history and implementation of making TUGboat available online]
23 
TeX consulting for fun and profit
  Boris Veytsman     [Introductory — technical, business, and personal experiences as a TeX consultant]
27 
 
Resources
Which way to the forum?
  Jim Hefferon     [Introductory — review of the major online help forums]
30 
 
Electronic Documents
LaTeX at Distributed Proofreaders and the electronic preservation of mathematical literature at Project Gutenberg
  Andrew Hwang     [Introductory — processing flow and coding of mathematical books at Project Gutenberg]
32 
 
Fonts
Introducing the PT Sans and PT Serif typefaces
  Pavel Farář     [Introductory — high-quality sans and serif typefaces supporting Latin and Cyrillic]
39 
Handling math: A retrospective
  Hans Hagen     [Advanced — the influence of plain TeX math in ConTeXt, Unicode, and beyond]
43 
 
Typography
The rules for long s
  Andrew West     [Intermediate — rules for using long s in English, French, Italian, and Spanish]
47 
 
Software & Tools
Installing TeX Live 2010 on Ubuntu
  Enrico Gregorio     [Intermediate — why and how to install the original TeX Live on GNU/Linux distributions]
56 
tlcontrib.metatex.org: A complement to TeX Live
  Taco Hoekwater     [Intermediate — a distribution and associated web site hosting supplementary packages for TeX Live]
62 
LuaTeX: What it takes to make a paragraph
  Paul Isambert     [Advanced — influencing ligatures, kerning, line breaking, etc., through callbacks]
  Example code for the idea in the last section can be found, along with other useful information, on the LuaTeX wiki.
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Luna — my side of the moon
  Paweł Jackowski     [Advanced — clean handling of graphics made possible by Lua(TeX)]
77 
 
LaTeX
Reflections on the history of the LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL) — A software license for LaTeX and more
  Frank Mittelbach     [Intermediate — creation and evolution of the LaTeX world's predominant license]
83 
siunitx: A comprehensive (SI) units package
  Joseph Wright     [Intermediate — overview of a powerful package for printing units, with or without numbers]
95 
 
Publishing
Glisterings
  Peter Wilson     [Intermediate — framing; new frames]
99 
 
LaTeX
Some misunderstood or unknown LaTeX2e tricks III
  Luca Merciadri     [Intermediate — monochrome; rightmost braces; watermarks; plagiarism]
104 
LaTeX3 news, issue 5
  LaTeX Project Team     [Introductory — LPPL now OSI-approved; reflections on 2010; current progress; plans for 2011]
108 
 
Book Reviews
Book review: Typesetting tables with LaTeX, by Herbert Voß
  Boris Veytsman     [Introductory]
109 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest
  Karl Berry     [Intermediate — new CTAN packages from October 2010 through March 2011]
110 
‘Magic’ comments in TeXworks 0.4
  Joseph Wright     [Intermediate — specify the encoding, spell checking language, engine and more]
113 
 
Abstracts
Eutypon: Contents of issue 24–25 (October 2010)      114 
MAPS: Contents of issue 41 (2010)      115 
The PracTeX Journal: Contents of issue 2010-2      116 
Die TeXnische Komödie: Contents of issues 4/2010–1/2011      117 
ArsTeXnica: Contents of issue 10 (October 2010)      118 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services      119 
 
Letters
Is TeX obsolete?
  Jonathan Fine     [Introductory — note on TeX's (lack of) use as a web service]
120 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members      121 
TUG financial statements for 2010
  David Walden     
121 
TUG 2011 election
  Jim Hefferon     
123 
 
News
Calendar      127 
TUG 2011 announcement      128 


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