What if we have two papers by "Author" and "Coauthor" in 2016?
How to distinguish between a paper by say "R. Thomas" in 2000 and another 
by "C. Thomassen" in 2000 ?

Le mercredi 21 septembre 2016 01:03:27 UTC+2, John H Palmieri a écrit :
> As discussed in another thread [1]_ on sage-devel recently, I propose 
> changing our policy toward references:
> - all references should be put into a master bibliography file, and
> - all references should be, insofar as possible, in a standard form: for a 
> work by a single author "Author" published in YEAR: [AutYEAR]. For a work 
> published by "Author" and "Coauthor" in YEAR: [ACYEAR]. The year should be 
> four digits.
> The main point is the first item is to avoid conflicting cross-references, 
> and it also seems to make sense to list all references in one place. (The 
> goal behind the second item is just consistency.)
> This is implemented at https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/21454.
> Any comments?
> -- 
> John
> .. [1] https://groups.google.com/d/msg/sage-devel/-_kszKLhICw/SjLMs4rXCAAJ

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