Even though I don't work at Google, the Google Styleguides have been very helpful for me in adopting consistent, readable style conventions for my code. Unfortunately, there is no Google Styleguide for LaTeX.
Q: For LaTeX, does anyone know of something equivalent to the Google Styleguides?
Quick searches of the web for LaTeX styleguides have returned plenty of styleguides emphasizing how compiled LaTeX documents should appear. I couldn't find anything emphasizing how the uncompiled
.tex document should appear.
I suppose if there weren't anything equivalent to the Google Styleguides, a standard, very cleanly written and commented
.tex template would suffice.
UPDATE: Over at StackOverflow, I've found a similar post asking about Ruby coding style guidelines. There are a number of helpful links provided there. I'm looking for something kind of similar.