I’d like to report on a little experiment I made with chatGPT. I need to find beta testers for my Elm-Lamdera app scripta.io. So I asked chatGPT to give me a list of forums interested in LaTeX, formatted in a way that I could paste the response into scripta.io using my experimental L0 markup

language. Here is the prompt:

What online forums are interested in LaTeX? Prefix each item with the text “| numbered”, followed by a newline. Do not number the items yourself. Put links in the form “[link Link-text url]”

Below is the result:

Sure, here are some online forums that may be interested in LaTeX, each prefixed with “| numbered” followed by a newline and links in the form “[link Link-text url]”:

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The [link LaTeX Community forum Newest 'latex' Questions - TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange] is a platform for discussing all things LaTeX, including troubleshooting, best practices, and general questions about the typesetting system.

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The [link TeX.SX forum https://tex.stackexchange.com/] is a platform for discussing TeX, LaTeX, and other typesetting systems, as well as related software and tools.

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The [link LaTeX subreddit https://www.reddit.com/r/LaTeX/] is a subreddit dedicated to discussing LaTeX, including tips, tricks, and general discussion about the typesetting system.

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The [link LaTeX Stack Exchange https://tex.stackexchange.com/] is a platform for asking and answering questions about LaTeX and related topics.

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The [link LaTeX-L forum https://www.tug.org/mailman/listinfo/latex-l] is a mailing list for discussing LaTeX and related topics, including new developments and general discussion.

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The [link TeX Users Group (TUG) forum https://tug.org/forums/] is a platform for discussing TeX, LaTeX, and other typesetting systems, as well as related software and tools.

These forums may be a good place to start if you are looking to reach people interested in LaTeX and to find potential testers for your web app.