Attribute-Value Matrices (AVMs) in LaTeX
We announce the publication of langsci-avm for attribute-value matrices. Read more on https://userblogs.fu-berlin.de/langsci-press/2020/04/20/writing-avms-easily-in-latex-the-new-langsci-avm-package/
I found this from the FSF list that @jc posted:
Here is a nice list of tools that are free (libre) alternatives to conferencing/communcating applications like Zoom
Arché, where I did my PhD, are putting videos from their Conceptual Engineering project on YouTube:
The 2020 Joint Session is moving online. I need to decide whether to participate in the open sessions by making a video of myself giving a talk. That would mean that I would have to learn how to do that well and host it somewhere.
I mean completion of citation keys.
The thing is, that one feature was incredibly helpful and is probably the main one that made me like my Vim setup.
Completion of bibliography entries has just stopped working in Vim. I use vim-pandoc. It's hard to know what to look for to try to fix it, because I have no idea what changed to break it.
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Question for the #fediverse: Is there a multi-instance app that allows for the option to merge the timelines of several instances into a single timeline?
University presses that have made books and journals open access during the pandemic: https://www.publicbooks.org/public-books-database/
Does anybody know of a good way to turn an android tablet into a graphics tablet of sorts? The idea is to use my tablet to draw on the whiteboard on my linux PC. Something like http://sunnysidesoft.com/virtualtablet/ but for linux
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