TeX is a typesetting system by Donald Knuth which allows one to create sophisticated documents containing mathematics. It supports the creation of complex macros to handle any common tasks.
Publications of interest to TeX users or developers. (Items created with TeX should be submitted to their respective subject categories.)
BibTeX is the standard LaTeX bibliography reference format.
Companies providing commercial TeX implementations and/or typesetting services.

Websites about the macro package developed by Hans Hagen.

ConTeXt was designed with the same general-purpose aims as LaTeX, but reflects much more recent thinking about the structure of markup, etc. In particular, ConTeXt can customise its markup to an author's language.

This category contains sites for editors and IDEs (integrated development environment) with TeX-Support.
Projects aimed at extending TeX or developing a successor.
LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system, with features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents.
Most LaTeX guides, tutorials, ''frequently asked questions'', and ''tips and tricks'' sites should be submitted here. However, if your site offers a particularly complete and/or authoritative reference, then consider submitting it to the LaTeX Reference Category instead.
Document classes, macros, styles and other files to customise TeX and related software for particular publications.
Conferences, events, meetings, trade shows, workshops of interest to TeX users and developers.
Books, journals, magazines, newsletters of interest to TeX users or developers.
Publications of interest to TeX users or developers. (Items created with TeX should be submitted to their respective subject categories.)
TeX-related software not fitting in more specific categories like "Converters" and "Editors and IDEs".
TeX user groups worldwide.