[Slackdocs] Native TeX Live intergration tutorial

Gerardo Zamudio gerardo at gerardozamudio.net
Thu Nov 29 23:10:32 CET 2012

On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 2:48 PM, Marcin Herda <mherda at slackword.net> wrote:

> Hi Seb,
> Thanks for your howto. I don't know much about LaTeX but it looks like a
> well structured and formatted howto. You might just want to correct the
> syntax in the Sources section:
> Space Space *   ==> to get a proper bullet point.
> In terms of grammar and spelling I think your article is good (s/hard it
> is/it is hard/).
> *Personally*, I'd get rid of those few sentences containing emotive
> language. I don't think that a casual, blog like tone is appropriate for a
> wiki.
> *not as dirty as it sounds first. Let me try to convince you. ;) **
> **Well, hard it is to say good bye, but this time, we are done! I hope
> you've found something useful here, at least as a basis for your own
> cleverer solutions. So, be smart and have fun TeXing! :) **
> **Okay, okay, you've almost convinced me, but... I definitively want a
> package!*
> I am not sure if other people share my view here but I think that a wiki
> article should be rather factual and dry. It's not written to entertain us
> but to provide steps to complete a task. At least that's my understanding
> and that's how other articles have been written so far. Can I here ask
> other editors/admins to express their views on the subject? If that's just
> me, my apologies for being a pain in the back.
> regards
> Marcin

I agree in regards to the tone and language of the article. It doesn't have
to read like a boring manual but it shouldn't steer to far off into a blog,
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