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About Ling-TeX

The concept behind Ling-TeX is straightforward -- it is a mailing list for people interested in typesetting linguistics material with TeX. We hope to use this list as a means of identifying, examining, testing, and comparing macros, fonts, style files, etc. It is meant to provide an avenue for the active exchange of information and experience. The list is aimed at both current and potential users of TeX for linguistics, providing a common area for questions and answers, suggestions, explanations, and samples of what can be done.

Please note that Ling-TeX is intended to be a dynamic list, where we hope to not just answer questions, but to encourage testing and comparisons of various fonts, macros, and whatever else is ``testable''! It would be helpful if new subscribers could post a brief notice, if they wish to participate actively, indicating their specific use/non-use of TeX/LaTeX, their particular area of interest (fonts, macros, etc.), and a note about what they would like to lend a hand with: testing macros, writing new ones, modifying existing ones, testing fonts, writing documentation, proof-reading documentation ... and whatever else comes up.

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The ling-tex mailing list

Ling-TeX is presently set up as a limited access list; only members may post messages to it. All messages are archived; see below.

To post a message to the list (after signing up -- see below), send an e-mail to ling-tex@ifi.uio.no.

Mailing list administration

To be added to or removed from the list, or to modify your e-mail address, just use your Internet browser to access https://sympa.uio.no/ifi.uio.no/info/ling-tex.

If you have any problems, please notify ling-tex-owner@ifi.uio.no.

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The Ling-TeX archives

The archive contains messages posted in 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000. Messages sent after August 2000 can be found in the searchable archive.
Last updated by Dag Langmyhr.