All existing UK TUG memberships are carried through to 2009 at no charge once the member confirms their continuing membership to firstname.lastname@example.org. For people who would like to join UK TUG, the 2009 Membership Joining Form is available on-line in PDF format and a TeX source. For current UK-TUG/TUG members, the 2009 Renewal Membership Form is available on-line in PDF format and a TeX source.
The new constitution was overwhelmingly approved at the AGM: there were 58 votes for the Constitution and one against. This is a major step forward for the UK-TUG. Particularly notable is the wider applicability of electronic communication and voting. The new Constitution is available as a PDF or in TeX format.
The Annual General Meeting took place on Saturday 22nd November at UCL. A number of reports were presented at the meeting, which are available here: Minutes of the 2007 AGM Chair’s Report 2008 Accounts 2007–08 Treasurer’s Report 2007–08 Membership Secretary’s Report 2007–08 Webmaster’s Report 2007–08
UK-TUG had a sum of £5000 available for supporting TeX related projects, made available by a motion passed by its members. To that end, we set up a sub-committee to identify projects that the members would like to support. The sub-committee comprises: Jonathan Fine, Jonathan Underwood, David Saunders and David Crossland. We invited applications for support of projects, which were circulated to all members for comment, and will report on…
The UK-TUG Website has now moved to a new underlying system (WordPress). This should make communication between the committee and the membership much more efficient. We hope you like it!