From: Jeff Squyres (jsquyres_at_lam-mpi.org)
Date: Thu Mar 06 2003 - 11:01:29 PST

On Thu, 6 Mar 2003 jcduell_at_lbl_dot_gov wrote:

> 1) It uses a single, absurdly wide column.  'Real' LaTeX users use
>    two-column format when they wish to cram a document into as few pages
>    as possible, rather than fiddle with the default LaTeX margins.

That was intentional, actually.  We told Sriram to ignore most formatting
issues while he's working on the content.  We figured that we'd fix up the
formatting later.

> 2) The paper refers to a "Figure 5" that doesn't exist.  I tend to see
>    this sort of thing more often in Word docs...

Yeah, I wonder how that happened...  I see only \ref's for figure numbers,
so it must have been a krufty .aux file.

> 3) All LaTeX documents should include at least one mathematical equation
>    which cannot be created in Word (even if the equation is superfluous
>    to the paper's content), just to show off...

:-)

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