Talks from the online TUG Conference 2020 are now available on YouTube
The first TUG online conference in July was quite a success with many interesting talks on many subjects of TeX usage and related topics. The talks are now appearing one after another on YouTube, thanks to the the work of a few individuals who have prepared them (and the question/answer sessions) for publication.
If you have missed the conference (or if you want listen to one of the talks again) you will find them on the TeX Users Group Channel on YouTube. So far only a subset of the talks have been added; the remaining ones will probably appear pretty soon.
There are also several talks by members of the LaTeX Project team. These are:
Frank Mittelbach: Quo Vadis LaTeX(3) — A look at the upcoming years which gives an overview about our recently started multi-year project that aims at providing accessible and tagged PDF;
Joseph Wright: learnlatex.org - Taking online training LaTeX fully interactive which gives an overview about a project providing interactive online training for new LaTeX users;
Marcel Krüger — HarfBuzz in LuaLaTeX which discusses the harfbuzz implementation for LuaLaTeX, its features and usage;
Javier Bezos — in conversation with Paulo Ney de Souza which is an interview with the current maintainer of Babel.
Enjoy — Frank