A paper on TeXmacs

I’ve just posted on the blog the following article:


describing a personal point of view on TeXmacs. Comments are welcome. The idea is to have some introduction to the ideas underlying the design of TeXmacs for a wide audience.

I also remind you that articles for the blog are very much welcome.


It is in Hacker News, thanks to @amichail:

The discussion is hilarious. In the last years I’ve never had an interesting discussion in hackernews about TeXmacs. I’ve stopped trying.

It earns perhaps one user per discussion :wink:

I’m more worried about random people looking at these discussions and taking them at evidence that the criticism there is indeed grounded on facts. I start to think that hacker news is actually bad advertisement for us. If people search on google it will most likely find one of these discussions.