[texhax] Publishing houses using TeX or LaTeX
rshudde at comcast.net
Tue Jun 12 17:08:21 CEST 2007
Thank you, but not to the point. I have a publisher that apparently knows
nothing about TeX and I want to send him a list of houses that do use TeX.
Just to say "probably a majority" is not specific enough.
Thank you, anyway,
Micha Hofri wrote:
> Accept: probably a majority.
> Require: I know SIAM does, and expect most of the technical non-profit
> presses to do so. All major (and not so major) conferences in
> computer science and engineering, also those based in Europe, have
> defined latex classes for their proceedings.
> CRC handbooks have similar classes and require their usage...
> But a list? Why would anyone want to create one?
> --Micha Hofri
> At 07:02 on 06/12/07 Rex Shudde sent:
>> Where can I find a list of publishing houses that accept or require
>> TeX, LaTeX or one of its variants? I would like foreign as well as
>> US publishers.
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