AGM 2009: 14th November, UCL, London

This is to give you formal notice of the 2009 Annual General Meeting of the UK TeX Users Group, and to tell you about submitting motions and standing for the Committee. Information about the Speaker Meeting taking place at the same time is will be posted here shortly, and will also be circulated separately. We will be sending out Accounts for 2008-09 and officers reports shortly, and also be posting…

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AGM 2009: Provisional date, location TBA

The time is nearly upon us for the AGM. The Committee have discussed dates, and it seems that Saturday 14th November is the best choice. The location is yet to be agreed: we are keen to have the meeting in a central location, and Birmingham, London, Oxford or Cambridge have all been suggested. The Committee can arrange a meeting room in Milton Keynes, but if members have a strong preference…

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TUG 2010

Planning for TUG 2010 is already under way. In the UK-TUG inbox this morning was this message from Karl Berry: The upcoming TUG 2010 conference will be held in in San Francisco, California, USA, from June 28–30, 2010. We are still finalizing the exact venue, but wanted to announce the dates now that they are firm. Since 2010 is TeX’s 32nd birthday, the Grand Wizard has graciously agreed to participate.…

A successful (half) day of training

Members will be pleased to know that the training session in Birmingham went well. The session was led by Jonathan Fine (UK-TUG Chairman) and Alun Moon, and covered a variety of topics. Jonathan writes: [Once everyone had a working TeX system] we set the trainees to work on the part of Nicola Talbot’s novices guide that was most relevant to there interest in TeX (such as mathematical formulas or document…

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Reminder: (La)TeX Training at UKUUG Meeting, Birmingham

A reminder that there will be a (La)TeX training session at the UK Unix Users’ Group summer meeting in Birmingham on Friday. The session will be led by Jonathan Fine (UK-TUG Chairman), Joseph Wright (UK-TUG Webmaster) and Alun Moon (Senior Lecturer in Computing, Northumbria University). The half day workshop is designed to be flexible, and the content will be tailored to the needs of those attending.

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GuIT meeting 2009

In the UK-TUG inbox today, we had a message from the Italian TeX User Group, GuIT: GuIT, the Italian TUG, is glad to invite you to GuITmeeting 2009 that will be held in Pisa on Saturday, October 17th 2009 at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. GuITmeeting 2009 is the sixth edition of the annual conference about TeX and LaTeX organized by GuIT. More information about GuITmeeting 2009 and the submission of papers…

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UKUUG tutorials and Summer Conference, 7-9 August 2009

UK-TUG are running a half-day session at the UKUUG meeting in Birmingham next month. The full publicity material is now out: Come to Summer 2009 – the UK’s Open Systems Conference – where both developers and users of Free Libre and Open Source get together to swap knowledge and learn about the latest happenings in the Free Software world. The venue is the The Conservatoire, Birmingham City University, B3 3HG,…

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Maths Content Workshop

In the UK-TUG inbox today we received a message about an upcoming meeting at the Open University in Milton Keynes focussed on maths in electronic media. Hello We’re pleased to announce that there will be a one-day technical workshop on mathematical content in electronic media, to take place at The Open University, Milton Keynes on Wednesday 9th September. The workshop will have three main themes: Content related technical problems in…

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