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TUGboat 41:2, 2020

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TUG 2020 Proceedings

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Complete issue 41:2 as one pdf (22mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   117 
 
TUG 2020
TUG 2020 conference information 
    organizers, sponsors, program
 118-119 
Random musings on TUG2020 online 
  Barbara Beeton 
 120 
Observations on the TeX Users Group's 41st Annual Conference—TUG 2020 in the COVID-19 era 
  David Walden 
 121-122 
TUG 2020: A report and future recommendations 
  Paulo Ney de Souza 
 123-126 
TeX conferences and General Meetings, this year and next 
  Jonathan Fine 
 126-127 
Interview with Javier Bezos 
  Paulo Ney de Souza      [Reports and notices — live interview with Javier Bezos, maintainer of Babel and other packages]
 127-131 
Interview with Philip Kime 
  Paulo Ney de Souza      [Reports and notices — live interview with Philip Kime, Jungian psychoanalyst and maintainer of Biber and BibLaTeX]
 132-138 
 
Multilingual Document Processing
Beyond Roman fonts: Extra dimensions in Malayalam fonts 
  Hussain KH, Rajeesh KV, Aravind Rajendran      [Intermediate Plus — supporting the unusually large descender space needed for Malayalam, and the Rachana font design]
 139-144 
The road to Noto 
  Steven Matteson      [Intermediate — from the Rosetta Stone, through polyglot bibles and Droid, to Noto]
 145-154 
Typographical explorations in two unicase alphabets 
  Jennifer Claudio      [Introductory — consideration of written emotion in scripts that do not distinguish case]
 155-156 
 
Graphics
Your personal LaTeX bookshelf: Improving your background in a time of lockdown 
  Peter Flynn      [Intermediate — randomized sizes and colors for book spines from BibTeX sources]
 157-159 
 
Humanities
Noticing history—a personal view 
  David Walden      [Intermediate — how practitioners can help preserve and document primary sources and other computing history]
 160-167 
TeX in church: A typographical adventure 
  Paulo Cereda      [Intermediate — creating songsheets and booklets with LilyPond and LuaTeX]
 168-170 
 
Education
Empowerment and teaching LaTeX 
  Astrid Schmölzer, Sarah Lang      [Introductory — four quick lessons for those interested in empowering new users, especially in the humanities]
 171-172 
Didactical reduction versus references: How to better teach LaTeX 
  Sarah Lang      [Intermediate — tech privilege, tacit knowledge, and working between beginner and mastery]
 173-175 
 
Software & Tools
LaTeX-on-HTTP: LaTeX as a commodity web service for application developers 
  Yoan Tournade      [Advanced — JSON-based HTTP API for running LaTeX over the web]
 175-178 
Using Overleaf for collaborative projects: First impressions and lessons learned 
  Boris Veytsman      [Intermediate — using Overleaf and git together for metacomments and version control]
 179-181 
The Island of TeX: Developing abroad, your next destination 
  Island of TeX      [Intermediate — overview of development projects at https://gitlab.com/islandoftex]
 182-184 
The design concept for llmk—Light LaTeX Make 
  Takuto Asakura      [Intermediate — simple, explicit workflow specification via TOML]
 185-187 
Typesetting product catalogs and other database-driven documents with the speedata Publisher 
  Patrick Gundlach      [Intermediate Plus — flexible XML-based publishing from LuaTeX, without TeX macros]
 188-193 
 
LaTeX
A first set of LaTeX packages 
  Jim Hefferon      [Introductory — one recommended package per general area, covering most of what beginners need]
 194-195 
Presenting our LaTeX workshop online 
  Susan DeMeritt, Cheryl Ponchin      [Introductory — preparation of videos and syllabus for the TUG2020 workshop]
 196 
learnlatex.org: Taking LaTeX training fully interactive 
  David Carlisle, Paulo Roberto Massa Cereda, Joseph Wright      [Intermediate — new tutorial site, with LaTeX running directly from the web pages]
 197-199 
A review of learnlatex.org 
  Jennifer Claudio      [Intermediate — examination of this new web site for guiding creation of first documents]
 199-200 
Quo vadis LaTeX(3) Team—A look back and at the upcoming years 
  Frank Mittelbach, the LaTeX Project Team      [Intermediate Plus — the last 30 years, and upcoming hook management, tagged PDF, and more]
 201-207 
 
Electronic Documents
The HINT Project: Status and open questions 
  Martin Ruckert, Gudrun Socher      [Intermediate Plus — mobile and tablet reading of TeX output; soliciting information for future work]
 208-211 
MiniLaTeX: A subset of LaTeX for the Web 
  James Carlson      [Advanced — no-setup LaTeX rendered on the fly to HTML in any browser]
 212-214 
Why the LaTeX community should care about SGML 
  William Hammond      [Intermediate Plus — benefits of using SGML over XML for LaTeX processing; need for SGML library maintenance]
 215-218 
LaTeX technologies at work—aesthetically beautiful PDFs on the fly from XML input: XML Page Composition (XPC) micro-service in the cloud 
  Rishikesan Nair T., Aravind Rajendran, Rajagopal C.V., Radhakrishnan C.V.      [Intermediate Plus — automated PDF creation and quality control from XML sources]
 219-222 
Tagging with LaTeX— Part 1: Author considerations 
  Ross Moore      [Advanced — real-world examples of LaTeX source to archive accessible PDF]
 223-242 
 
Abstracts
TUG 2020 abstracts 
  Fine, Hugill-Fontanel, Gessler, Ion, Krüger, MacFarlane, Moore, Mc Sween, Preining, Price, Rhodes, samcarter, Sharpe, de Souza 
    Videos for all talks.
 243-245 
Die TeXnische Komödie 2–3/2020   246 
Zpravodaj 2020/1–2   247-248 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, March–August 2020]
 249-250 
 
News
Calendar   251 
 
TUG Business
TUG 2021 election 
  TUG Elections committee 
 252 
Institutional members   253 
 
Advertisements
TUG 2020 sponsors   253-254 
TeX consulting and production services   255-256 


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