kannan at iitb.ac.in
Wed Jun 24 17:01:49 CEST 2009
I would like to take this proposal further. Is it possible to find one
or more people who can do this? For each package, can we create a
spoken tutorial that explains the steps involved in using it? Or for
that matter, on any topic of LaTeX. Ideally, the spoken tutorial
should be about ten minutes long (or less). We have received funding
from MHRD to support such activities.
p.s. In case anyone wants to know what I mean by spoken tutorials,
please see the spoken tutorials on LaTeX at www.moudgalya.org - please
listen to it with a headphone.
phatak at iopb.res.in wrote:
> There are a very large number of latex packages doing seemingly trivial
> things to very elaborate things. Take the package for spacing which I was
> not aware but was getting along with \baselinestretch command.
> It would be nice to have a compilation of all ( at least as many as
> possible ) available packages and some pointers on how they are to be
> used. Is there such compilation existing and if yes, where one can find
> it? If not, any takers for this work?
> Best regards,
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