@Gbudd So the latext requirement is a bit looser than that.. its something like this:
“Must be expiernced in either markdown or latext and willing to learn latex and use it on a daily basis”
So we are ok if they just know markdown but if thats the case they still need to be eager learners.
And I agree most latex noobs are very unpleasant to work with. I myself am not a latext expert. I mostly know how to get around well enough for a little above a basic level. Most of the fancy stuff I’ve done has just been integrating stuff from online snippets or libraries.
So ill answer both.
I wonder what you want to use LaTeX for in your business.
We are a company that has a product thatis very math heavy (or at least will once we release it). So there is a need for a lot of math. Sadly that means latex if you also want to be text-based (as in can use git on it to diff) and open-source, which are also important things.
I would love to use it if someone could tell me how we can have multiple people edit and view the same document at the same time in the middle of a
Oh thats easy: https://www.overleaf.com/
Its basically google docs like setup but specifically for latex.
@mjambon @freemo I don’t find it’s usable for that use case (though there’s probably someone who’s written something to do it), I really like that it works well with source control and that I can write code to programmatically generate pieces of the document. But yeah for real-time collaboration I’d probably use something else.
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