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TUGboat 23:1, March 2002

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TUG 2002 Proceedings (Trivandrum)

Complete issue 23:1 as one pdf (4.5mb) 
Cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Blue Sky Research   c3 
Editorial Comments 
  Kaja Christiansen 
TUG 2002, Thiruvananthapuram—Report and travelogue   3-7 
TUG 2002 Program   8-9 
Participants at the 23rd Annual TUG Meeting   10-12 
TeX and databases—TeXDBI 
  K. Anil Kumar 
New horizons of free software: An Indian perspective 
  Satish Babu 
On the localization of TeX in Hungary 
  Gyöngyi Bujdosó, Ferenc Wettl 
The Tao of fonts 
  Włodzimierz Bzyl 
FarsiTeX and the Iranian TeX community 
  Behdad Esfahbod, Roozbeh Pournader 
The marriage of TeX and Lojban 
  Hong Feng 
ConTeXt, XML and TeX: State of the art? 
  Hans Hagen 
Low-level Devanāgarī support for Omega—Adapting devnag 
  Yannis Haralambous, John Plaice 
Revisiting WYSIWYG paradigms for authoring LaTeX 
  David Kastrup 
serendiPDF with searchable math-fields in PDF documents 
  Ross Moore 
A conversion of public Indic fonts from Metafont into Type 1 format with TeXtrace 
  Karel Píška 
TeXLive under Windows: What's new with the 7th edition? 
  Fabrice Popineau 
Catching up to Unicode 
  Roozbeh Pournader 
PassiveTeX: An update 
  Sebastian Rahtz 
Indic typesetting—Challenges and opportunities 
  S. Rajkumar 
METAOBJ: Very high-level objects in MetaPost 
  Denis Roegel 
Typesetting in Hindi, Sanskrit and Persian: A beginner's perspective 
  Wagish Shukla, Amitabh Trehan 
New typesetting language and system architecture 
  Karel Skoupý 
TeX file server 
  Karel Skoupý 
Conserving implicit mathematical semantics in conversion between TeX and MathML 
  Stephen M. Watt 
News & Announcements
Calendar   109-110 
TUG Business
Institutional members   110 
TeX consulting and production services   111 
Just Published: TeX Reference Manual by David Bausum   112 

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