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BachoTeX 2015: the final schedule

This schedule might still be changed, though not significantly.

Please note:

The meals, refreshment breaks and bonfire times might slightly change…


Wednesday, April 29th

08:00 Breakfast
09:00 Conference opening
09:15Ryszard KubiakLaTeX to Sphinx—a conversion experience
09:45Paweł ŁupkowskiMaking your researcher's life easier. How to prepare transparent and dynamic research reports with LaTeX
10:15Bartosz MarciniakEditing LaTeX documents in an XML editor
10:30Tomasz PrzechlewskiCulture and social capital and OSS production
11:00 Coffee break
11:30Willi EggerOff topic: The Beauty of Handcrafting a Violin
12:00Szymon SalińskiNicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń—new corporate visual identity
13:30 Lunch
15:00Valentinas Kriaučiukas, Lukas Razinkovas, Lolita ŽamoitinaitėParsing LaTeX for LaTeX
15:40Katarzyna Paluszkiewicz, Paweł ŁupkowskiWhat about efficiency? — a critique of the article An Efficiency Comparison of Document Preparation Systems Used in Academic Research and Development.
16:00 Coffee break
16:30Paweł ŁupkowskiPakietomat—a crowd-sourced LaTeX packages documentation in Polish
17:00Grzegorz MurzynowskiThe assumptions and naming conventions of the expl3 language
17:50Grzegorz Murzynowski Pre-expansion of arguments in the l3expan package
18:35Grzegorz MurzynowskiPre-expansion of arguments in the l3expan package (2nd part) — myfurther generalisation: a parser/preparator \⋮⋮""
20:00 Conference dinner

Thursday, April 30th

08:00 Breakfast
09:00Robert BąkWorkshop: Japanese calligraphy
09:00Barbara WilińskaWorkshop: Calligraphy—The Rotunda script
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Workshop: Japanese calligraphy [continued]
11:00 Workshop: Calligraphy—The Rotunda script [continued]
13:30 Lunch
14:45Katarzyna BurakowskaReading the City
15:30Katarzyna BurakowskaWorkshop: Characters in space
15:30 Workshop: Calligraphy—The Rotunda script [continued]
16:30Jean-Michel HufflenWorkshop: How to Accompany a Popular Song? Some Bases and Tips.
17:00 Coffee break
17:30 Workshop: Characters in space [continued]
17:30 Workshop: How to Accompany a Popular Song? Some Bases and Tips. [continued]
17:30 Workshop: Calligraphy—The Rotunda script [continued]
19:00 Dinner
19:45 Concert: Z dala od zgiełku
21:15 Bonfire

Friday, May 1st

00:00 Bonfire (continued)
08:00 Breakfast
09:00Asia Ryćko, Agnieszka SekułaTypography on-line
09:30Adam TwardochAn overview of new open-source fonts
10:15Bogusław Jackowski, Piotr Strzelczyk, Piotr PianowskiSix GUST e-foundry's math fonts and what next?
11:00 Coffee break
11:30Zofia WalczakTypography in mathematics
12:30Przemysław ScherwentkeMathJax with an eye of a (somewhat disappointed) practitioner
13:00Piotr Strzelczyk, Bogusław Jackowski, Piotr PianowskiAll characters we need
13:30 Lunch
14:45Hans HagenLigatures, hyphenation and kerning
15:30Hans HagenHow realistic is epub output from tex sources
16:00 Coffee break
16:30Luigi ScarsoMFLua 0.5
17:15Jean-Michel HufflenFrom MlBibTeX 1.3 to 1.4
17:45Jean-Michel HufflenMusical Typography's Dimensions
18:30KUROKI YusukeCJK Fonts Settings on Ghostscript
18:45Arthur ReutenauerNaming all those languages
19:15 Dinner
20:00 GUST Annual General Meeting
21:00Andrzej TomaszewskiThe 55th Polish Books Publishers Society awards “The most beautiful books of 2015”

Saturday, May 2nd

08:00 Breakfast
09:00Krzysztof PszczołaOn the “progression transformed into art” project
09:30Damien ThirietFrom bépo to bupy: working on a Polish ergonomic keyboard
10:15Damien ThirietUnused potential? About forgotten but very useful functions of Emacs/Vim.
10:45 Coffee break
11:15Hans HagenHow complex projects influence the way ConTeXt evolves
12:00Adam TwardochWorkshop: Fonts
13:30 Lunch
15:00 Workshop: Fonts [continued]
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Workshop: Fonts [continued]
19:00 Dinner

Sunday, May 3rd

08:00 Breakfast
09:00Bogusław JackowskiWorkshop: Fonts—MetaType1
10:45 Conference closing
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Work group meetings
13:30 Lunch

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