This is a simplified version of the template I used to write my MSc thesis (https://arxiv.org/abs/2305.17453). It is partially inspired by (and a bit of the structure and the older code were adapted from) Martin Helsø's UiO Mathematics Master's Thesis template. The name "Tengwar Thesis" is simply because I find Garamond somewhat similar to Tolkien's tengwar alphabet, and decided to go for the joke.
The template is configured mainly for Brazilian students who want to write their thesis in English, and hence expects some input in Portuguese and some in English. This version, however, also gives the user the option to turn off the Portuguese text and keep a thesis entirely in English (as long as you don't fill in the Portuguese code).
Quite notably, this version differs from my thesis by the choice of "Garamond flavor", so to speak. My thesis used Duffner's EB Garamond, while this version is a bit simpler and uses the package ebgaramond (although the actual code is currently configured to be compiled with LuaTeX). If you liked the long stylish Q, you'll need to download Duffner's EB Garamond from his website and use it directly with LuaTeX. This TeX.SE post gives an example of how to do it: https://tex.stackexchange.com/q/114223/144146.
The ALT4mr is a multi-page resume template, you can use the \Myhref command to insert hyperlinks, add font-awesome icons, and use \mintinline command to add in-line code. Compilation with Lualatex is recommended. This template is based on another (unpublic) template I came across years ago, yet unfortunately I lose the name and link to it, anyone who has a clue about that template is welcome to connect.
This template introduces SciKGTeX. A LaTeX package to embed the most important contributions of a research document into the metadata of the PDF. This metadata can be used by search engines and other applications to increase the impact of your work!
More info here: https://github.com/Christof93/SciKGTeX
Customisable calendars supporting different languages, sizes (normal, "giant", "giantlandscape" and "small"), colours and illustrations. The calendars can be marked with events with date ranges, with different markers and styles.
The default-sized calendars print 2-up on A4-sized papers and should fit CD jewel cases.
The "small" calendars print 4-up on A4-sized papers and should fit 3.5" floppy disk cases.
The "giant" calendars are full-page A4-sized.
Colours, illustrations, fonts etc are customisable.
Use the sundayweek document class option to make weeks start on Sundays.
Localisation possible with languages supported by babel/translator/datetime2.
This is an example of such a customisation for Japanese, to be compiled with LuaLaTeX. The original templates will work with language options that are supported by datetime2 and babel. Use the nobabel option and make your own customisations, for languages not supported by babel and/or translator.
Note: If you get an error when you change the language, try clearing the auxiliary files in your compile session.
Or fork it on Github!