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For the past few years, I have taken care of the ConTeXt Release Notes.

I am the current maintainer of MetaPost and a core member of the LuaTeX project team.

Currently, I am working on a subsidiary TeX Live network install repository that is called TLContrib


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comment Font switch in ConTeXt mkiv
Either you do not have the Asana font installed, or your ConTeXt is too old (the first is likelier).
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answered Get confused about the `command` option in some ConTeX \setup*
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revised Adequate hyphenation of words already containing a hyphen
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comment Included image messes up pdf but why?
@ChristianFeuersänger Luatex switched to lua 5.2 recently. There is a list of differences and new features here: lua-users.org/wiki/LuaFiveTwo
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comment Included image messes up pdf but why?
Looks fine here (TL2013 x86_64-linux)
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comment How can I dump Lua code to a format file?
@JosephWright: this is the correct answer.
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comment Is there a “smoking gun” to distinguish between ConTeXt and plain TeX
Any '\start...' is good enough to differentiate between plain and ConTeXt, if you do not care about old-school amsTeX files.
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comment Get confused about the `command` option in some ConTeX \setup*
Empirically works best ;) But almost always, the arguments are to-be-typeset text arguments (as opposed to e.g. setups or variables) and generally, they are in the expected order: the text object that you expect to be the leftmost in the typeset output tends to be #1, next is #2, et cetera.