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The duck giveaway 2016, seasonal edition
The Duck Giveaway 2016, Seasonal Edition Friends, the contest is over! The winning number was 50, picked by CarLaTeX. Thanks everybody for joining the contest! 'ello, ladies and gentlemen, boys ...
The duck giveaway 2016
Friends, the contest is over! The winning number was 3, picked by R. Schumacher. Thanks everybody for joining the contest! 'ello, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, ducks and mallards, children of ...
"Welcome to TeX.SX!" might be misleading as such a website doesn't exist
The often seen "Welcome to TeX.SX!" message for new users may look like a URL to someone and therefore get used in such a manner ("hey checkout TeX.SX, it's cool"), but the website called tex.sx is ...
Who Wants to Win another LaTeX Book?
I am organising yet another lottery and Springer have kindly agreed to donate two copies of LaTeX and Friends (see also). This year I decided to be the judge of the lottery. The lottery closes when ...
Who wants to win a duck? Wait, what? [closed]
Introduction Hello there, fellow TeX.sx users! I'm organizing a lottery. The idea is very similar to Who Wants to Win a LaTeX Book?, but both the lottery algorithm and the prize are different. Let me ...
Who Wants to Win a LaTeX Book? [closed]
I am organising a lottery and Springer have kindly agreed to donate a copy of LaTeX and Friends. Joseph Wright has kindly agreed to act a an independent witness/judge and he knows the winning number. ...
What are your favourite TikZ/PGF answers?
I proposed in chat that we put together a "Best of TikZ on TeX-SX" package. There have been some really neat answers to problems developed on the site, and I think it would be nice to put them ...
Convert mailing list users to the Stack Exchange engine?
I'm new to public mailing lists, other than those at my workplace. I was browsing the pgf-users mailing list and I find that many of the questions come from end-users. Such questions perfectly fit the ...