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[Texmacs-dev] Generalities

From: Joris van der Hoeven
Subject: [Texmacs-dev] Generalities
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2002 22:30:41 +0200 (MET DST)

1. I will be off for two weeks from friday on.
   David: please handle all bug reports.
   Everybody: if you have urgent questions:
   please ask them now.

2. It is still time to advertise for TeXmacs 1.0,
   like Stephane did last monday (2000 links).
   We should not be to shy about this: the trafic on texmacs.org
   almost doubled since version 1.0 and getting more users is
   also getting more developers.

   What is still missing most now is coverage in the Linux press.
   I contacted the guys listed on the Wiki; two promised me to do
   something, but I do not have news. Don't hesitate to contact
   journalists; contacting them twice is not necessarily bad either.

3. Stephane: how far are you with the french translations?

   We are setting up a texmacs-doc site on Savannah using CVS.
   It consists of small files which can be browsed using TeXmacs.
   We should write tools for compiling books and so from this later.
   I already wrote some sample documentation which can be found
   in the attached file (it works with TeXmacs- which
   is available right now).

   All: please think about good markup for the tmdoc style.
   We should modify/complete it before an official release of
   the new docs. Maybe that someone has the time to make
   appropriate menus/icons for this style too.

4. Stephane: did you already take a look at the Html conversions?
   If you have some questions about it, please ask them now.

5. David: what about a second version of your style transformation
   document? It would be nice to detail the way you intend to
   implement TMSL in a second document. In order to keep track of
   the environment in a dynamic way, you should take a look at
   the mechanism in the "env" and "bridge" classes.
   Please start writing some code too; you might start with
   the "tagged tree" ttree class.

Yours, Joris

Joris van der Hoeven <address@hidden>
http://www.texmacs.org: GNU TeXmacs scientific text editor
http://www.math.u-psud.fr/~vdhoeven: personal homepage

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