[texhax] steady decline in tug membership ?

justanotheradress at gmail.com justanotheradress at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 05:35:32 CET 2008

I guess we define user friendly resp. usability differently...
A forum and a wiki is something total different from that.

On Jan 30, 2008 11:27 PM, Martin Heller <mr_heller at yahoo.dk> wrote:

> justanotheradress at gmail.com skrev:
> > I'm also a new TeX(live) user. After some back and forth I got my
> > question answered, but I really don't like the mailinglist-system. While
> > this is may good for occasional and though questions from advanced
> > users, it's totally the wrong way to go for newbies. What I really miss
> > is a central forum and a central wiki.
> You can post and read messages using your favorite news client
> through gmane.org. <http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.tex.texhax>.
> Also the usenet group comp.text.tex is quite friendly to new users.
> > I really don't care about regional meetings and stuff, but I would, as
> > soon as my skills are better, share my knowledge in a forum and/or wiki.
> Just start posting on usenet or contribute to the faq
> <http://www.tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?>.
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