On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 11:35:30 AM UTC-5, Thierry 
(sage-googlesucks@xxx) wrote:
> Hi, 
> bikeshedding for bikeshedding: 
> - if we decide to centralize everything in a single file (but we should be 
>   aware that a backward move (e.g. for modularization) will require some 
>   work), why not using bibtex (there must be some sphinx interface 
>   somewhere), to that we keep all information with proper fields (might 
>   also be good for pdf rendering) ? 
> - regarding the citation link, explicit is better than implicit, avoids 
>   collisions, and is not that verbose: [Milnor1958], [AuthorCoauthor2016], 
> ... 
>  At what point do you stop (i.e., how many authors or characters?), and 
what do you switch to? What about those really long names?

Generally speaking, [AC2016] will very likely not have any collisions and 
it saves on overall space, which is part of the reasons why we have 
citations to references (it's a fallacy, but why not just put the full 
citation in every place, be super explicit?).


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