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I had a specific question: Should the authors refer to themselves as

We would like to thank the technical contribution of Dr. Sam Adams...

or

The authors would like to thank Dr. Sam Adams

?

I was wondering if tex.stackexchange.com is the right place to discuss the above question or if there's a separate stack on the art of writing (encompassing everything - technical, journalistic, text, fantasy, fiction, etc. - i.e. all types of writing).

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    No, it's not on-topic on TeX.SE. Anyway: I have seen and used the "The authors [of this paper] .." form. – Martin Scharrer May 22 '12 at 6:09
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    +1 for asking on meta before just posting the question! Very considerate of you! – doncherry May 22 '12 at 9:33
  • You can also ask in the chat room if you are unsure if a question is on-topic. – Martin Scharrer May 22 '12 at 11:06
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The nearest match to a site dedicated to evaluating a particular text is Writers - be sure to read their FAQ.

You might also find some assistance on Academia.

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    I agree, and would actually prefer Academia in this case because it's an academic publication. TeX.SE is not the right place to ask about this. – Martin Scharrer May 22 '12 at 6:08

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