I agree that the bibliographic functionning need not be within 
however just to remind you : Zotero is not the only "working" example 
out there , Bibus integrates nicely with OO and Word without using 
the OO integrated database.


On 6 Dec 2007 at 20:53, Morten Omholt Alver wrote:

Date sent:              Thu, 6 Dec 2007 20:53:05 +0100
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Subject:                Re: [users-biblio] JabRef - OpenOffice integration

> On 05/12/2007, Bruce D'Arcus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On Dec 5, 2007 9:21 AM, Morten Omholt Alver <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > The other thing is whether OpenOffice will support CSL, or if we need
> > > to transform it ourselves into OO's bibliography structure? I
> > > understand that this could possibly be a difficult question to answer
> > > at the moment.
> >
> > I have talked with the ODF TC about formally including CSL in the ODF
> > spec, so that may happen at some point. But I would consider the
> > existing support in OOo and ODF as legacy that will at some point get
> > deprecated. Indeed, Zotero completely bypasses it now.
> That's an interesting thought. So Zotero creates and formats its own
> bibliography field without even touching the built-in bibliography
> features? I hadn't really considered that option, but I can imagine
> that this wouldn't be too difficult. It would also let us bypass the
> limitations of the bibliography system. I need to learn more about
> using the UNO API...
> -- 
> Morten

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