On Mon, 14 Mar 2011, Alasdair McAndrew wrote:

Speaking as a raw ConTeXt beginner, I would find it very helpful to have a
library of different styles: LaTeX, journal, conference and book styles.
Although all the information is probably there, it is very scattered around
though manuals, the wiki, and other documents, and so is in consequence not
always easy to find.

Why don't you create a wiki page with the **exact** specifications. Then others can write the ConTeXt code to show how to achieve that specification.

We can perhaps have a cookbook section on the wiki, which can use these specification as exercises. Without the exact specification, it is very difficult to understand what a "journal" style or a "book" style means. Not all journals and books have the same style.

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