[NTG-context] May I credit you in DTK?

śrīrāman citturs at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 14:25:45 CET 2022

On Sunday, January 23, 2022 6:43:53 PM IST Henning Hraban Ramm via ntg-context 
> Well, you are very active in this discussion and thus advance the
> support for Indic languages. That’s what I say in the article.

> One reason for crediting active users (even if they don’t code
> themselves) is to bust the myths that ConTeXt would be a one-man-show
> and nobody would use it. (Other myths I address in this article are that
> ConTeXt would be unfit for math or bibliography.)
Regarding the math and bibliography part, I would like to add that I am a 
graduate student of Electrical Engineering and as part of my thesis/
dissertation work I have to write and publish papers in the field (statistical 
signal processing, theoretical statistics). For all my personal thesis work, 
outside of journal work (where LaTeX is the norm) I use only ConTeXt. And the 
maths and bibliography support is simply top-notch. I hope to graduate soon 
(by July) and can share some of my work as a proof-of-concept if you wish. 
(Not sure I can do so now due to publications, etc. you know …).


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