Is it worth to migrate from LaTeX (with Memoir) to ConTeXt? I think about it, but I have few doubts:
- LaTeX + Memoir is a well documented team, while ConTeXt not,
- LaTeX + Memoir is a team that works and simply does things,
- there are many text editors with syntax highlighting, command completion, UTF-8 encoding for LaTeX,
- but ConTeXt seams to allow for more efficient work.
And the final question, perhaps most important, does InDesign/QuarkXPress/Scribus can be replaced with ConTeXt? Not theoretically, but practically. Is it possible to do handily and efficiently the same things? It would be marvelous to do all typographic designs with one tool (ConTeXt) instead of using InDesign/QuarkXPress/Scribus + LaTeX. For example, is it convenient to design good-looking books/newspapers (not just for scientists:) only with ConTeXt? I'm aware that WYSIWYG software is more suitable for "uneven, not repetitive designs". But maybe ConTeXt is good enough for that kind of work also?
Please, do not be shy, just answer my question:) I really need to hear some experienced users' opinions. But any help is most welcome!