Re: [dev-biblio] My Introduction

2008-09-27 Thread Leonard Mada
Welcome Jatin, It is nice to welcome you onboard. I have sorted today the wiki-categories, see: http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Category:Bibliographic So, there are some interesting pages out there, although the project was quiet in the last month. [I was quiet a little bit longer,

Re: [dev-biblio] Re: [users-biblio] JabRef - OpenOffice integration

2007-12-08 Thread Leonard Mada
Hi all, David Wilson wrote: On Thu, 6 Dec 2007, Bruce D'Arcus wrote: So I'd like to see if we can work with developers from Zotero, JabRef, etc. to enhance that baseline support. If out that some other developer start to build the integrated tool we originally envisioned, that's great. But

[dev-biblio] Hierarchical wiki

2007-12-08 Thread Leonard Mada
Hi David, David Wilson wrote: On Sun, 9 Dec 2007, Leonard Mada wrote: I strongly suggest moving this page to a new location, something like: http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Bibliographic_Project/Plugins/ Zotero instead of creating such orphaned pages. Leonard, Thanks

Re: [dev-biblio] Re: document/collection types

2007-07-31 Thread Leonard Mada
Hi, on another note, I have some questions regarding the following scenario: Lets consider someone wants to review some movies (or some other AV-material). [e.g. Roger Ebert wants to write a new movie guide ;-) ] How does he cite the movies? Should a special Audio-Video category exist? As

Re: [dev-biblio] Re: document/collection types

2007-07-31 Thread Leonard Mada
Bruce D'Arcus wrote: Leonard Mada wrote: ... Regarding document type, there are broadly 2 large categories of documents, and therefore I am strongly against some of the droppibngs: A. Peer-Reviewed Documents B. NON-Peer-Reviewed Documents So, you cannot mix everything in the article

Re: [dev-biblio] Re: document/collection types

2007-07-31 Thread Leonard Mada
Gannon Dick wrote: Had to put my 2 cents here ... Leonard, very good point but might it be better to use Evidence Basis (ala' Evidence Based Medicine, Evidence Based Health Care, Evidence Based Librarianship, etc.) as a Property of the resource no matter what form or source the resource takes ?

Re: [dev-biblio] Re: [sw-discussion] Re: zotero and OOo

2007-02-16 Thread Leonard Mada
Gannon Dick wrote: My favorite: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/publishing/coding/citationtags.htm I missed this one, too. There is even more interesting information, e.g. the Journal Tag Library explained, see: http://dtd.nlm.nih.gov/publishing/tag-library/2.2/index.html for the details and also

Re: [dev-biblio] important question

2007-01-30 Thread Leonard Mada
In my previous post, I have suggested a different approach to the current problem. What do you think of it? Instead of having flags for every citation field, I suggested: - have styles for citations - AND allow more than one citation styles in the same document -- styles are set globally

Re: [dev-biblio] important question

2007-01-30 Thread Leonard Mada
Bruce D'Arcus wrote: But this all can get very tricky to deal with, particularly when you consider things like substitution logic (what happens when there's no author?), first/subsequent citations, and so forth. I worry how adding this flexibility would impact implementations. 1. first/

Re: [dev-biblio] important question

2007-01-29 Thread Leonard Mada
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Re: [dev-biblio] important question

2007-01-28 Thread Leonard Mada
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[dev-biblio] Hierarchical Keyword Tree

2006-09-29 Thread Leonard Mada
German Schlagwort vs Stichwort I do not know if there is an English equivalent for the two terms. I believe you have in English only keywords, which are actually Stichwoerter. Schlagwoerter would be some kind of keywords, too (like used in Indices), but there is no distinction between the