[texhax] A new LaTeX magazine: Radical Philosophy

Daniel Nemenyi daniel at pompo.co
Thu Feb 8 13:00:46 CET 2018

Boris Veytsman writes:

> DN> From: Daniel Nemenyi <daniel at pompo.co>
> DN> Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2018 14:40:51 +0000
> DN> It hadn't actually occured to me to put it on CTAN. I've always thought
> DN> of it as where the *real* TeX developers put things, but, sure?
> If your authors are supposed to submit papers in TeX, it is better to
> put your package on CTAN under a free license.  Then it will be
> included in the major TeX distributions, and your authors will be
> spared the trouble of installing the package

Good point. Thanks Boris. We haven't worked out a LaTeX sumbission
workflow yet but this sounds the right way to do it, and a good use of

> DN> I think I'd probably put it on github/lab also though in order to retain
> DN> their versioning and colloboration functionality.
> Nowadays CTAN maintainers encourage putting github links in their
> packages metadata, so you are actually supposed to do both.  I do this
> with acmart, for example.
Again, will do.

> Full disclosure:  my son is a GitHub employee.

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