Schanzenbach, Martin transcribed 5.6K bytes:
> Thanks.
> 
> Wait. So look at the gnunetbib.bib file line 526.
> This cannot possibly go through the parser, right?

Yeah, 526 is wrong, as I got annoyed at some point and did some
replacement which fixed tons of errors that were there before and left
me with a significant amount of less errors ( + some new ones).

> I just fixed a _lot_ of those locally but I am not sure if that was correct?
> Also, most of the "abstract" values are in double quotes {{}}. Is there a 
> reason for that?

They don't use good bibtex, I found the double quotes fixes errors.
I don't know what exactly you are doing.
You will also find ^M in there and other things that should be fixed.
"}}" is not wrong, but I think "}" made some of the abstracts throw errors.
Weird, yes. Too much text to actually care why it's }} or }, so I used }}.

> Now that I have fixed all of them it does still throw the same exception and 
> a billion ERRORS before that.

Yes, the bibtex export of Drupal is not very good..

> What exactly do you mean by "track down the right link. enter data of gnunet".
> Do we need to manually add all the www_* tags? Can't we just have them 
> optional?

They can be optional, but it would be better if we have them. iirc, won't look 
at it right now,
this is used as the source to fetch the file from or something.

> > On 17. May 2018, at 18:57, Nils Gillmann <n...@n0.is> wrote:
> > 
> > Schanzenbach, Martin transcribed 10K bytes:
> >> Hey,
> >> 
> >>> On 17. May 2018, at 17:12, Nils Gillmann <n...@n0.is> wrote:
> >>> 
> >>> Christian Grothoff transcribed 34K bytes:
> >>>> Dear all,
> > …
> >>>> On 05/17/2018 04:07 PM, Schanzenbach, Martin wrote:
> >>>>>> A very good reference for all of this is this website: 
> >>>>>> https://www.zeronet.io/en
> >>>>>> The only problem with that is that it's kind of like a visiting card.
> >>>>>> Another reference, which is good, is this website: 
> >>>>>> https://freifunk.net/en/
> >>>>>> Additionally, what the second website makes better than the first 
> >>>>>> reference, is that it's not just a visiting card. It strongly 
> >>>>>> interacts with the audience. It gives impulse to click on videos, zoom 
> >>>>>> into maps dynamically displaying what's going on in the free wireless 
> >>>>>> network that this project Freifunk is all about.
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> Agreed. I am not sure, but isn't there a redesign in the works? Who 
> >>>>> does it? And is there progress or is it done behind closed doors? (Just 
> >>>>> asking)
> >>>> 
> >>>> Not at all, the Git repository for the main page (under development) is
> >>>> at  https://gnunet.org/git/www.git/
> >>>> 
> >>>> Now, the plan is that some parts will be generated, like the texinfo
> >>>> handbook in gnunet.git will be HTMLized and put online in the usual way,
> >>> 
> >>> - where we agreed (I think?) for deploying them on docs.gnunet.org with 
> >>> some
> >>> structure.
> >>> I'd like to have documentation of more than just gnunet on there 
> >>> (gnunet-gtk,
> >>> gnunet-python, etc etc).
> >>> 
> >>>> and the IRC bots (will/are being?) rewritten to avoid the Drupal-ness.
> >>> 
> >>> - the plan here was to use what powers botbot.me, at least Devan porposed
> >>>  this.
> >>> 
> >>>> Similarly, the goal is to convert the existing bibiography data to
> >>>> anonbib-style.  I don't know where the repos for those are (ng0 ought
> >>>> to), but they should be opened to all as soon as there is something 
> >>>> there.
> >>> 
> >>> - https://gnunet.org/git/gnunetbib.git/, which is progressing with extreme
> >>> slowness (as is my work on anonbib itself), contributors *really* welcome
> >>> and more than just wanted! basically you try to build the bib and see it 
> >>> crash,
> >>> track down the right link. enter data of gnunet, or something like that.
> >>> It's been too long since I've looked at it. It's mostly selfexplanatory, 
> >>> but
> >>> if you are in doubt, ask on this list.
> >> 
> >> Sorry for highjacking this thread but: When I tried a make I got a lot of 
> >> errors regarding double quotes "}}" that were basically wrong. Did that 
> >> happen in some kind of auto conversion?
> >> After fixing around 30 of those I get this error:
> >> 
> >> Traceback (most recent call last):
> >>  File "writeHTML.py", line 249, in <module>
> >>    writePageSet(config, bib, tag)
> >>  File "writeHTML.py", line 157, in writePageSet
> >>    cache_url_path=cache_url_path)
> >>  File "writeHTML.py", line 109, in writeHTML
> >>    base_url=root)
> >>  File "writeHTML.py", line 49, in writeBody
> >>    print >>f, e.to_html(cache_path=cache_path, base_url=base_url)
> >>  File "/Users/schanzen/gnunet/gnunetbib/BibTeX.py", line 603, in to_html
> >>    htmlAuthors = [ a.htmlizeWithLink() for a in self.parsedAuthor ]
> >> TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable
> >> make: *** [all] Error 1
> >> 
> >> BR
> > 
> > No, there was no auto conversion.
> > 
> > Okay, I just looked into this again. So basically I think I
> > took my work on anonbib upstream (tor), and based the repo
> > you find on gnunet.org on it. It's a little ahead in terms
> > of number of links being 404s fixed.
> > I also wrote a README for gnunet.
> > 
> > Hm.. the gnunet.bib was indeed the result of exporting from Drupal and then
> > adjusting to what the anonbib considers valid. Tags we have are not included
> > but should be applied later on.
> 



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