I didin't forget you but I am on a business/research trip ... as soon
as I get back I will see what I can do ..
On Oct 12, 2005, at 10:34 AM, Stefan Jahn wrote:
> On Fr, 30.09.2005, 13:06, Raimund 'Raimi' Jacob wrote:
>>> In fact I am writting the book on the fly, so there might be still
>>> mistakes, forgotten issues, it is really a preliminary stage, but
>>> a while there is absolutely no problem to place it on the qucs web
>>> as mentionned earlier with michael margraaf ... The only reason for
>>> placing it right now is the unstable character of the book ...
>>> hope it helps ...
>> this book looks really cool. i'm not into electronics, but if i was,
>> this would be the book i need.
>> perhaps we should open a qucs-docs cvs module where this book is
>> (and more docs to come or moved from the other packages). other people
>> (like me) could correct spelling mistakes :)
> i just made up my mind about your "work book". currently we have this
> kind of tutorial stored in
> Each tutorial is a standalone LaTeX document. They are compiled using
> pdflatex to output seperate pdf files.
> It is in fact worth to think about to move these tutorials into a
> CVS directory, i.e. qucs-doc (beside qucs and qucs-core). Also it may
> also useful to put all tutorials together as your "work book" suggests.
> Probably we should have both: separate documents *and* the work book.
> is possible with a work book master latex file which includes the
> Isn't it?
> Thierry: As a first start you may send me the chapter about "BJT
> modelisation and verification" including the .tex file and the
> pictures and
> other data.
> Raimund: You as the latex-guru -- is it possible to have both, seperate
> documents and the work book? how can it be achieved?
> All: What do you think about all this?
> Cheers, Stefan.