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I am currently attending the TUG 2015. I met a lot of great people here. I posted daily reports on LaTeX-Community.org (in English) TeXwelt.de (in German) Maybe I will add some rather personal thoughts here too.
These days, the TUG announced details of the upcoming meeting. You can read all here: https://www.tug.org/tug2015/. This 36th annual meeting will take place July 20 – 22 in Darmstadt, Germany. It’s about 30 kilometers away from Frankfurt, so I plan to … Continue reading
David Latchman has posted daily reports from the TeX User Group conference 2012 in Boston: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Very nice to read what happened at the meeting, who talked and about what. Thanks, David! Furthermore, a new … Continue reading
Daily reports on the TeX Users Group Meeting 2011 can be found on tex.blogoverflow.com: Day One Day Two Day Three Now also online: the presentation on TeX Online Communities.
From Usenet to Web 2.0 and beyond – Presentation on TUG 2011 I attended the TeX Users Group Conference 2011 in Trivandrum, Kerala, India, from October 19 to October 21. On this meeting I made a presentation about TeX online … Continue reading
Next week, October 19-21, the 32nd annual meeting of the TeX Users Group will take place in Trivandrum, Kerala, India. It’s hosted by River Valley Technologies. The conference focuses on document production using LaTeX, TeX, ConTeXt, MetaPost, and related software. … Continue reading
The question and answer site tex.stackexchange.com also known as TeX.SX, which has about 6,600 users today, is part of the Stack Exchange network. This consists of currently 63 question and answer sites on various topics with more than 1,180,000 registered … Continue reading
The question & answer site tex.stackexchange.com is now more than one year old. Until now, there are 8,784 questions, 97 % of them have been answered. It has grown to a great TeX support web site, and now it is … Continue reading
Les than two weeks left – the GuIT meeting 2009 will be held on October 17, 2009 at Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy. GuIT (Gruppo Utilizzatori Italiani di TeX) is the Italian TeX User Group, inviting to … Continue reading
I’ve read on the texhax mailing list today that Karl Berry has posted the schedule of talks for the TUG 2009 conference. There you can read about the program, workshops, talks and participants of this years annual meeting of the … Continue reading