Who writes this stuff?
I’m Joseph Wright, a research chemist by trade (I’m a university lecturer in ‘Energy Materials’). Using and programming TeX (and particularly LaTeX) is quite a serious hobby for me, and I take an interest in a number of different developing areas. I’m also a member of the LaTeX Project, with a particular interest in LaTeX3 development. If you are chemistry-inclined my ORCiD listing.
I am on the Committee of the UK TeX User Group (UK-TUG), and am currently the Secretary. Anyone interested in TeX in the UK is encouraged to visit the group web page and consider joining.
I am happy to allow reuse of the text of posts in general but do retain copyright: please contact me for discussion. For code (material normally given in
<pre> tags and intended for processing by TeX, Lua or some other programming language), samples provided here are for general benefit and are subject to the CC0 dedication: ‘No Rights Reserved’. As such, you may reuse such code posted here for any purpose without restriction. Note that this of course does not apply to places where I am quoting code written by others, where they therefore hold copyright and where my quotations are intended to fall within the scope of fair dealing in UK law.