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Re: using groff/troff in producing academic journals

From: hbezemer
Subject: Re: using groff/troff in producing academic journals
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2022 08:25:48 +0200
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Damian McGuckin <> wrote:

> On Wed, 10 Aug 2022, Larry McVoy wrote:
> > Well my papers are copyright sun, sgi, google, bitmover, and there has 
> > been enough time passed that nobody cares any more.
> Journals have a long memory unfortunately. I think Elsevier are looking to 
> waive copyright on their 40 year old papers and prior so you can see their 
> thinking.  That almost predates PDF.
> We take the attitude that customer related stuff is forever confidential.
To avoid confidentiality or copyright issues, would it be an idea to make a 
which only highlights the special features (when it is an extension of a common
macroset) filled with a few paragraphs of Lorem Ipsum dummy text, along with a
reference to the orginal book / article?
> > I'm an MS.  Dabbled slightly in MM, didn't see the point given that I knew
> > MS, tried ME for a year and it was like the year I tried emacs, went back
> > to MS and vi.
> Luckily, eqn is independent of macro package.
> Stay safe - Damian
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