Again, I don't think that bibliographies are basic. But I'm no scientific user.
Actually, I think bibliographies are VERY basic. I edit an academic journal; each article has to have its own bib and m-bib can only be used once per document, and the (old) version I use has a few bugs (will try the latest version after some mission-critical stuff is out; I've (amateurishly) hacked the old version so that it at least does what I want for now).
But ConTeXt really needs a full-fledged bibliography solution as part of the basic package I think.
Question: in what context (no pun intended) do you use InDesign? Where is ConTeXt not so applicable?
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