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Re: HEADS UP: Website Overhaul

From: Gary Thorpe <gathorpe79@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 00:04:41 -0500

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Rahul Siddharthan wrote:

>>>And more to the point: which community has the better quality of 
>>>articles? What do you think is the main factor in this?
>>Wow, I've apparently struck a nerve.
> Indeed, one could ask "which community of novelists produces the
> better quality of fiction?"  I'd bet hardly any of them use LaTeX.

Let me rephrase the question for you. If LaTeX does suck, which turns 
out better: articles produced using LaTeX, or articles produced using 

>>Similarly, if you're serious about publishing a magazine, InDesign or
>>QuarkXPress are hard to beat.
>>Not that I don't like free software; heck, that's why I'm here.  But the
>>best software is the software that gets the job done.  If someone wants
>>to write a free version of Frame, I'd be there in a heartbeat, eagerly
>>testing alphas and submitting bugfixes.
> Try scribus then: http://web2.altmuehlnet.de/fschmid/  
> (it's in the ports, print/scribus)

Why bother when there is StarOffice, OpenOffice, and Word?

> - Rahul

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