[OS X TeX] TeX Hour: Thu 14 September: 2025 Problems - BibTeX

Jonathan Fine jfine2358 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 21:49:33 CEST 2023


I'm delighted that this week Nelson Beebe will be describing BibTeX, and
problems he'd like to have solved by the end of 2025.

TeX Hour: Thursday 21 September, 6:30 to 7:30pm BST
TeX Hour URL: https://texhour.github.io/2023/09/21/2025-problems-bibtex/
Zoom URL:

BibTeX is part of LaTeX. It's described even in Lamport's 1994 LaTeX book.
Nelson has contributed a rigorous grammar for BibTeX and friends, and
pioneered the storage and retrieval of BibTeX records in SQL databases.
Crucial here is that BibTeX is flexible. Each record can include fields
relevant only for search and retrieval, which won't appear in a citation.

Nelson finds the combination of BibTeX and SQL enormously valuable for
documenting publications in books and journals, and on specific subjects,
and by and about specific authors. He also contributes to large shared
libraries of BibTeX records.

If you have another topic you'd like to discuss sometime this year, please
do send me a message.

The video from last week is available at:

with best regards

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