[texhax] upcoming conferences: Dante, BachoTeX, Practical TeX, TUG'04

TeX Users Group tug-news at tug.org
Wed Mar 3 15:09:09 CET 2004

Dear TeX user,

A note about upcoming TeX conferences ...  First, two conferences in
Europe sponsored by other groups:
- the Dante 2004 conference (their 15th anniversary) is underway
  today (March 3), if you happen to be around Darmstadt right now!

- the 12th BachoTeX meeting of the Polish TeX Users Group GUST
  will take place April 30-May 4 in Bachotek, Poland.

Also, TUG 2004 will take place August 30-September 3, 2004, in Xanthi,
Greece, just after the Olympics.  A list of papers and online registration
are available now: http://obelix.ee.duth.gr/tug2004/

Finally, the TeX Users Group is also sponsoring a user-oriented TeX
conference in San Francisco this summer:

  Practical TeX 2004: Training and Techniques
  Holiday Inn Fisherman's Wharf
  San Francisco, California
  July 19-22, 2004
We invite you to make a presentation and/or attend the conference.
Some of the topics will be: 
- Web Production: HTML/XML/MathML and TeX
- PDF and TeX
- Including graphics and pictures in documents
- Practices for structuring documents
- Real-world style design
- University & commercial publishing

A preliminary list of participants and papers is at 

Due date for proposals is April 1.  Please include the following:
- author name, affiliation, and contact email
- description of 200-400 words
- estimated time (e.g., 30, 45, 60 minutes)
Papers will be published in a future issue of TUGboat, the journal of
the TeX Users Group.  The full call for papers is on the web:

We'd also greatly appreciate your forwarding this note and/or posting
the publicity flyer (http://tug.org/practicaltex2004/p2004flyer.pdf)
anywhere appropriate.  If you or your institution would like to support
the conference, various sponsorship opportunities are available:

Further information and registration forms are available on the
conference web site: http://tug.org/practicaltex2004/
We look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks for your consideration,
Practical TeX Program Committee
  Karl Berry - TeX Users Group, USA 
  Lance Carnes - Personal TeX Inc., USA
  Hans Hagen - Pragma ADE, The Netherlands
  Baden Hughes - University of Melbourne, Australia 
  Steve Peter - Beech Stave Press, USA

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