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TUGboat 43:2, 2022

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TUG 2022 Proceedings

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Complete issue 43:2 as one pdf (22mb) 
    Videos for all talks.
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   85 
 
TUG 2022
TUG 2022 conference information and program   86-88 
TUG 2022 conference report   (doi) 
  Jim Hefferon 
 89 
TUG 2022 Annual General Meeting notes   (doi) 
  Robin Laakso 
 90-92 
David C. Walden, 1942–2022   (doi) 
  Karl Berry      [Reports and notices — for more on Dave's many lifetime projects, see walden-family.com]
 93-95 
Interview with John Lees-Miller, CTO of Overleaf   (doi) 
  Paulo Ney de Souza 
    Video.
 96-99 
Interview with Boris Veytsman, scientist, TeX programmer and current TUG President   (doi) 
  Paulo Ney de Souza 
    Video.
 100-104 
 
Publishing
The future of technical documentation starts with its recent past   (doi) 
  Carlos Evia      [Intermediate — overview of DITA and family and relationship to LaTeX]
 104-107 
 
Resources
A stroll through computer history at the CHM   (doi) 
  Dag Spicer      [Introductory — overview of exhibits and resources at the Computer History Museum, computerhistory.org]
 108 
 
Fonts
Type design: Catching up to the past   (doi) 
  Steven Matteson      [Intermediate — illustrated examples of adapting historical fonts for technological demands]
 109-119 
 
Software & Tools
The Tectonic Project: Envisioning a 21st-century TeX experience   (doi) 
  Peter K.G. Williams      [Intermediate Plus — overview of a Rust reimplementation of XeTeX, targetting modern documents]
 120-126 
IoT theatre presents: The Tempest   (doi) 
  Island of TeX      [Intermediate — TeX Live docker images, TeXdoc online, Albatross, checkcites, arara past and future]
 127-129 
Using knitr and LaTeX for literate laboratory notes   (doi) 
  Boris Veytsman      [Intermediate — background, desiderata, and solutions for lab notes]
 130-133 
yex: a TeX-alike typesetter in Python   (doi) 
  Marnanel Thurman      [Intermediate — implementing TeX in the Python environment, focusing on HTML output]
 134-135 
Extracting information from (La)TeX source files   (doi) 
  Jean-Michel Hufflen      [Advanced — a generalized Scheme tool for external processing of LaTeX documents]
 136-141 
LaTeX profiling of author submissions—completeness & usability checking   (doi) 
  Apu V, Rishi T, Aravind Rajendran      [Intermediate — description of a pre-submission validation tool, using scripts and LaTeX3 hooks]
 142-147 
 
LaTeX
LaTeX news, issue 35, June 2022   (doi) 
  LaTeX Project Team      [Intermediate — document metadata interface, latex-lab, marks, floating point]
 148-154 
Introductory LaTeX workshop, en français   (doi) 
  Éric Guichard, Jean-Michel Hufflen      [Introductory — overview of this TUG'22 workshop, conducted in French]
    video (approx. three hours)
 155 
Self-publishing, LaTeX, and Markdown   (doi) 
  Lloyd Prentice      [Introductory — roadmap for making LaTeX more usable for the vast self-publishing author population]
 156-158 
The story of a silly package   (doi) 
  Paulo Cereda, Phelype Oleinik      [Introductory — development of the sillypage package, based on the Monty Python silly walks]
 159-161 
Key–value setting handling in the LaTeX kernel   (doi) 
  Joseph Wright      [Intermediate — generic key–value and option support with both LaTeX2e and expl3 syntax]
 162-163 
siunitx: Launching version 3   (doi) 
  Joseph Wright      [Intermediate — development support from standard LaTeX tools for a major revision]
 164-165 
Case changing: LaTeX reaches Unicode-land   (doi) 
  Joseph Wright      [Intermediate — progress toward uppercasing, lowercasing, titlecasing, case folding, in full generality]
 165-166 
Using spot colors in LaTeX   (doi) 
  Ulrike Fischer      [Intermediate Plus — new support in the kernel, and via the colorspace package]
 167-172 
The luatruthtable LaTeX package   (doi) 
  Chetan Shirore, Ajit Kumar      [Intermediate — using Lua to generate truth tables for general logical expressions]
 172-175 
 
Multilingual Document Processing
LaTeX classes for doctoral theses in Ukraine: Interesting tips and painful problems   (doi) 
  Oleksandr Baranovskyi      [Intermediate Plus — status, issues, and directions for vakthesis and mon2017dev]
 176-181 
 
Humanities
XLingPaper's use of TeX technologies   (doi) 
  H. Andrew Black, Hugh Paterson III      [Intermediate Plus — use of XeLaTeX in an authoring tool for linguistic publishing]
 182-196 
 
Electronic Documents
A LaTeX-based ecosystem for semantic/active mathematical documents   (doi) 
  Dennis Müller, Michael Kohlhase      [Advanced — structured math knowledge; RusTeX, a TeX reimplementation in Rust to support MMT]
 197-201 
 
ConTeXt
Pushing math forward with ConTeXt lmtx   (doi) 
  Hans Hagen, Mikael Sundqvist      [Advanced — generalizing atom classes and spacing; breaking multiline formulas]
 202-206 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest   (doi) 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, April–August 2022]
 207-208 
 
Abstracts
TUG 2022 abstracts   (doi) 
  Oliver Austin, David Blakesley, Sarai Castañeda, Max Chernoff, Hong Dat Cheung, Jennifer Claudio, Jonathan Fine, Patrick Gundlach, Herbert Hickman, Nicolas Jimenez, Vafa Khalighi, Tia Luc, Matthew Mariano, Ross Moore, Aditya Ohri, Christopher Park, Emily Park, Norbert Preining, samcarter, Tanya Schmah, Tereza Vrabcová, Haibin Wu 
 209-212 
MAPS: issue 52 (2022)   213 
La Lettre GUTenberg: issue 45 (2022)   214 
Die TeXnische Komödie: issue 2/2022   215 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   215 
2023 TeX Users Group election   (doi) 
  TUG Elections committee 
 216 
 
News
Calendar   217 
 
Advertisements
TUG 2022 advertisements: STM Document Engineering Pvt Ltd; Overleaf   218 
TeX consulting and production services   219-220 

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