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TUGboat 40:2, 2019

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TUG 2019 Proceedings

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Complete issue 40:2 as one pdf (9.1mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   97 
 
TUG 2019
TUG 2019 conference information 
    organizers, sponsors, participants, program, photos
 98 
TUG 2019 conference program   99 
TUG 2019 photos   100 
Back to the roots: TUG2019 in Palo Alto 
  Henri Menke 
    conference report
 101-104 
TUG 2019 Annual General Meeting notes 
  Jennifer Claudio 
 104-105 
 
General Delivery
What do today's newcomers want? 
  Jim Hefferon      [Introductory — what new TeX users are working on and what hurdles they have]
 106-108 
 
Software & Tools
Type 3 fonts and PDF search in dvips 
  Tomas Rokicki      [Intermediate Plus — encodings for Metafont fonts in dvips output to enable PDF search]
 108-111 
The state of XeTeX 
  Arthur Reutenauer      [Introductory — comparison with LuaTeX and prospects for the future]
 112 
Hyphenation patterns: Licensing and stability 
  Arthur Reutenauer      [Intermediate — compatibility, updates, and licensing for hyphenation patterns]
 113-114 
MacTeX-2019, notification, and hardened runtimes 
  Richard Koch      [Intermediate Plus — automated signing, notarization, entitlements for MacTeX-related packages]
 115-118 
Quickref: Common Lisp reference documentation as a stress test for Texinfo 
  Didier Verna      [Intermediate Plus — automated building of global documentation for the Common Lisp ecosystem]
 119-125 
Combining LaTeX with Python 
  Uwe Ziegenhagen      [Intermediate Plus — both writing (La)TeX from Python and running Python from LaTeX]
 126-128 
Parsing complex data formats in LuaTeX with LPEG 
  Henri Menke      [Advanced — introduction to parsing expression grammars in LuaTeX, with example of parsing JSON]
 129-135 
 
Methods
Design into 3D: A system for customizable project designs 
  William Adams      [Intermediate — computer-controlled manufacturing using MetaPost and TeX]
 136-142 
 
Electronic Documents
The design of the HINT file format 
  Martin Ruckert      [Intermediate Plus — a new TeX output format intended for on-screen reading, including reflowing and repaging on demand]
 143-146 
TeXFolio—a framework to typeset XML documents using TeX 
  Rishikesan Nair T., C.V. Rajagopal, C.V. Radhakrishnan      [Intermediate — overview of workflow and features of the cloud-based texfolio.org]
 147-149 
Neptune—a proofing framework for LaTeX authors 
  Aravind Rajendran, Rishikesan Nair T., C.V. Rajagopal      [Intermediate — features of this web-based proofing and editing program]
 150-152 
 
LaTeX
The LaTeX release workflow and the LaTeX dev formats 
  Frank Mittelbach      [Intermediate Plus — regression testing, user testing, and new pdflatex-dev etc. formats]
 153-156 
Accessibility in the LaTeX kernel—experiments in Tagged PDF 
  Chris Rowley, Ulrike Fischer, Frank Mittelbach      [Intermediate — the experimental tagpdf package and plans for generation of accessible PDF by LaTeX]
 157-158 
Creating commented editions with LaTeX—the commedit package 
  Boris Veytsman      [Intermediate — making teacher's and student's books from one source]
 159-162 
Creating and automating exams with LaTeX & friends 
  Uwe Ziegenhagen      [Intermediate — customized exams, grading, and variable question generation with Python]
 163-166 
 
Bibliographies
BibTeX-based dataset generation for training citation parsers 
  Sree Harsha Ramesh, Dung Thai, Boris Veytsman, Andrew McCallum      [Intermediate — improving citation structure recognition by training with large BibTeX databases]
 167-169 
 
Fonts
FreeType_MF_Module2: Integration of Metafont, GF, and PK inside FreeType 
  Jaeyoung Choi, Saima Majeed, Ammar Ul Hassan, Geunho Jeong      [Advanced — rendering Metafont, GF, and PK fonts on demand from within FreeType]
 170-178 
 
Multilingual Document Processing
Evolutionary changes in Persian and Arabic scripts to accommodate the printing press, typewriting, and computerized word processing 
  Behrooz Parhami      [Intermediate — concise overview of Arabic/Persian typesetting, typewriting, and modern digital display]
 179-186 
The unreasonable effectiveness of pattern generation 
  Petr Sojka, Ondřej Sojka      [Intermediate Plus — developing a free word list and improved hyphenation patterns for the Czech language]
 187-193 
Improving Hangul to English translation for optical character recognition (OCR) 
  Emily Park, Jennifer Claudio      [Intermediate — investigation of a gray ratio method to distinguish English syllables in Korean from true Korean]
 194-195 
A glance at CJK support with XeTeX and LuaTeX 
  Antoine Bossard      [Advanced — reasonable Chinese/Japanese/Korean typesetting with minimal code]
 196-201 
 
Abstracts
TUG 2019 abstracts 
  Anane, Asakura, Braun, Claudio, Ha, Fuchs, Garcia-De Castro, Kannan, McKenna, Mittelbach, Moore, Shreevatsa, Terada 
    Videos for accessibility talks.
 201-203 
MAPS: Contents of issue 49 (2019)   204-205 
ConTeXt Group Journal 2018   205 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   206-207 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   207 
 
News
Calendar   208 


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