[Tugindia] Re: [Tuglist] A suggestion.
Dr. Dinesh Karia
Wed, 25 Sep 2002 22:50:22 +0530
Thanks a lot for your reply. Since, my server did not allow roaming I
could not check mail for a long time. So, I am late in reply.
I am pleased to accept your invitation to write about TeX. (In fact, as
a LaTeX user, I would prefer to emphasis on LaTeX and mainly mathematical
Should I send the write-up to you? Any deadline required? Please be
specific on these two issues.
I should rectify my word "everybody". Well, I meant the Windows
9x/2000/ME users and among those also mainly typing their technical
documents of their own
Thanks once again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Radhakrishnan CV" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 8:26 AM
Subject: Re: [Tuglist] A suggestion.
> >>>>> "Dinesh" == Dinesh Karia <email@example.com> writes:
> Dinesh> Earlier, PCQ brought MikTeX 2.1 but it lacked some file so
> Dinesh> the full installation was not there. It will be highly
> Dinesh> appreciated to request PCQ for distributing one full TeX
> Dinesh> installation.
> Yes, I shall request PCQ on behalf of TUGIndia once the conference
> work is over. Could you volunteer to write a general article on TeX
> and related stuff? PCQ might need an article too. We might add a
> report on the TUG2002 if PCQ is interested to publish.
> Dinesh> Not only this but if the distribution includes WinEdt
> Dinesh> and/or WinShell, the typing front(s) for LaTeX,
> TeXLive (that is what we want to distribute) has winedt and winshell.
> Dinesh> then everybody will be benefited.
> I'm afraid, this is a wrong notion. Does the 'everybody' include
> thousands of Linux/FreeBSD/Mac OS/Solaris/... users or those souls who
> use editors like Emacs, Vi, ...?
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