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TUGboat 28:3, 2007

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TUG 2007 Proceedings (San Diego, California)

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Complete issue 28:3 as one pdf (10mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   273 
TUG 2007 conference information   274 
TUG 2007
TUG 2007: A few words 
  Tim Arnold      [Introductory — informal report from TUG 2007, with photos]
Between then and now—A meandering memoir 
  Peter Wilson      [Introductory — review of typography and typesetting from Sumeria to the present]
The STIX Project—From Unicode to fonts 
  Barbara Beeton      [Intermediate — supporting mathematics in Unicode, including creating the necessary fonts]
Fonts for every language: SIL's font projects and the Open Font License 
  Jonathan Kew      [Introductory — overview of SIL's font-related initiatives]
Software & Tools
Dual presentation with math from one source using GELLMU 
  William Hammond      [Intermediate Plus — LaTeX-like markup that can produce high-quality printed and online output]
  Taco Hoekwater      [Intermediate — an overview of embedding the Lua scripting language into TeX]
ConTeXt MkIV: Going UTF 
  Hans Hagen      [Intermediate — development of Unicode support in LuaTeX]
MPlib: MetaPost as a reusable component 
  Taco Hoekwater, Hans Hagen      [Intermediate — an overview of recasting MetaPost as a shared library]
Extending TeX and Metafont with floating-point arithmetic 
  Nelson Beebe      [Advanced — floating-point history, problems, and futures]
Support for multiple TeX distributions in i-Installer and MacTeX 
  Richard Koch      [Intermediate — a preference pane to switch between extant MacOSX TeX distributions]
Design decisions for a structured front end to LaTeX 
  Barry MacKichan      [Intermediate — XML, XSLT, OpenType, and more as a basis for TeX development]
MathType 6.0's TeX input for MS Word and Wikipedia 
  Paul Topping      [Intermediate — combining point-and-click with typed TeX input in MathType]
CrossTeX: A modern bibliography management tool 
  Robert Burgess, Emin Gün Sirer      [Intermediate — a new bibliography tool written in Python, upward-compatible with BibTeX]
Typesetting tables with LaTeX 
  Klaus Höppner      [Introductory — introduction to making tables in LaTeX]
Programming with PerlTeX 
  Andrew Mertz, William Slough      [Intermediate Plus — combining LaTeX and Perl, described in a graduated series of examples]
LaTeX conversion into normalized forms and speech 
  Eitan Gurari      [Intermediate Plus — translating LaTeX into speech forms such as jsMath, SSML, ACSS]
TUG 2007 abstracts 
  David Allen, Donald DeLand, Hans Hagen, Idris Hamid, Jim Hefferon, Morten Høgholm, Roberto Ierusalimschy, Jonathan Kew, Leonard Rosenthol, Chris Rowley, Ari Stern 
ConTeXt basics for users: Table macros 
  Aditya Mahajan      [Introductory — introduction to making tables in ConTeXt]
TUG Business
A roadmap for TeX development 
  TeX Development Fund committee 
Random comments 
  TUGboat Editors 
         Errata: Lars Hellström, “Writing ETX format font encoding specifications”, TUGboat 28:2, pp.186–197
         DEK's periodic bug review
         “Off-site” complement to TUG2007 proceedings
         Other comments on the TUG2007 proceedings
         TeX Development Fund
         EuroBachoTeX proceedings to be the first 2008 TUGboat issue
Institutional members   378 
Calendar   379 
TUG 2008 announcement   380 
Springer: More Math Into LaTeX; von Hoerner&Sulger; O'Reilly   381 
MacKichan: Scientific WorkPlace, Scientific Word; Addison-Wesley: The LaTeX Graphics Companion   382 
Cheryl Ponchin Training; Carleton Production Centre; Design Science: MathType6   383 
TeX consulting and production services   384 

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