[NTG-context] Guttenberg's dissertation typeset in ConTeXt
matweber at indiana.edu
Mon Feb 21 18:47:33 CET 2011
The dissertation was typeset (for publication) by werksatz • Büro für Typografie und Buchgestaltung. Berlin,
and my guess is that they are using ConTeXt.
On Feb 21, 2011, at 12:43 PM, Arthur Reutenauer wrote:
>> Did anyone on this list know (or did anyone notice yet) that the print
>> version of the much-discussed dissertation by Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
>> was (allegedly) typeset in ConTeXt?
> From my German colleague: "We should test if he masters ConTeXt. If
> he doesn't..."
> P-S: Whether that particular piece of information is true or not, it
> will bring some attention to ConTeXt! The ConTeXt community should try
> and take advantage of that :-) I wonder how the author of the Wikipedia
> article knows that, though. Presumably, someone got hold of a PDF
> version of the dissertation?
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