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```>  > \author{short form}{affiliation-ref}{address-ref}{email-ref}
> where is the long form of author?

Right, a typo---long form should be the first argument:

> is `short-form' what appears in the running head?

Yes.

Should one break the author's name up into initials and surnames, so
that the order could be different in the main title and the running head
and/or different than the order in which the author would have put them
(were the argument not split up)?

>  > \maketitle
>
> i miss the keywords

Of course, an obvious oversight.  I knew I wouldn't think of everything
right off, and that omissions would be noticed, so my last post was
written rather quickly, in order to get some discussion going again, and
to allow me NOT to be influenced by other suggestions (not that there is
necessarily anything wrong with them, but rather just to give a fresh
perspective).

> and abstract, which form part of the frontmatter
> `package'. i think your \maketitle should be processing those too

I hadn't been thinking of the abstract as part of the front matter
(probably because it normally comes after \maketitle) but perhaps I
should be.