Opinions/Guidance on LaTeX collaboration (methods & tools) Wiki!

Beuthe, Thomas thomas.beuthe at cnl.ca
Thu Jul 2 21:35:13 CEST 2020

A wiki. Of course! Somehow I didn't think of that one. Good point!


>I digress from LaTex, but since MS Word "track changes" has been mentioned, I have found a >wiki, e.g Confluence and others, to be much more useful as a way for "people to work >independently on a project and combine the results into a finished product."  (For those not >familiar with plain text, LaTeX, and version control, that is.)
>--Chris Ryan

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