TUG 2016

TUG 2016
July 25-27, 2016

The 37th Annual Meeting of the TeX Users Group was held at Bond Place Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Due to operational constraints the presentation by Kaveh Bazargan was not recorded.

Opening: Passport to the TeX canvas

Pavneet Arora
Bolton, ON
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Advances in PythonTeX

Geoffrey Poore
Union University
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Making ACM LaTeX styles

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University
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Security improvements in the TeX Live Manager and installer

Norbert Preining
Ishikawa, Japan
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The TeX Live M sub-project, and open discussion

Arthur Reutenauer
Royal Opera House
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Reading between the lines: Improving comprehension for students

Kevin Larson
Microsoft
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Astrological charts with horoscop and starfont

Matthew Skala
IT University of Copenhagen
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Development of an e-textbook using LaTeX and PStricks

David Tulett
Memorial University
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An Emacs-based writing workflow inspired by TeX and WEB, targeting the Web

Christian Gagne
Universite Laval
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In memoriam: Sebastian Rahtz (1955-2016)

Frank Mittelbach
LaTeX3 Project
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A LaTeX reference manual

Jim Hefferon
Saint Michael’s College
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Hyphenation past and future: hyph-utf8 and patgen

Arthur Reutenauer
Royal Opera House
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TeXcel?

Federico Garcia-De Castro
Alia Musica Pittsburgh
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A brief reflection on TeX and end-user needs

Jennifer Claudio
Oak Grove High School
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New font offerings—Cochineal, Nimbus15 and LibertinusT1Math

Michael Sharpe
UC San Diego
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The case for justified text

Jennifer Claudio
Oak Grove High School
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Are justification and hyphenation good or bad for the reader?

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University
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The beginning of my career

Tim Inkster
The Porcupine’s Quill
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Type and tiles on the TTC

Joe Clark
Toronto, ON
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Zebrackets: A score of years and delimiters

John Plaice
Montreal, Canada
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