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Tue, 31 Aug 1999 15:30:45 +0100
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I'm sorry but I think it extremely unlikely that I shall get to
Heidelberg; so may I ask my question in advance?

  What co-operation do you need from publishers to make this work and
  be generally accepted?  (For, if you need such support, I think it's
  for those of us who work in publishing to try to get our respective
  companies to play the game with you.)

I wish your project great success!


John Palmer
69 St Cross Road, Winchester SO23 9RE, England
+44 1962 865261
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On Tue, 31 Aug 1999, Joerg Knappen wrote:

> We (i. e. Jens Kloecker, Michael Piotrowski, Frank Holzwarth and JKn)
> want to develop a standard _scientific article_ class in a BOF session
> at EuroTeX99 to be hold in Heidelberg from September 20--24.
> We want to emphasize the idea of a document class as a markup
> language. The rendering of the article will of course follow
> different styles for each publisher (and even vary from journal
> to journal with the same publisher). In fact, front matter and
> bibliography are our two main targets in the design of this class.
> We hope to come up with a new class usable with different publishers.