On Tue 20 Sep 2005 14:17, Braun Brelin wrote:
> If I were to propose doing a series of workshops on Open Source
> technologies, can you all give me some thoughts on what sort of things
> you'd like to see included?
Perhaps something about TeX/LaTeX,
which still has a near monopoly for the representation of maths,
as well as probably being the best way of printing Chinese, Hebrew, etc.
And maybe XML/MathML in connection with firefox?
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