On 10-08-13 04:56 PM, James Cummings wrote:
> On 13/08/10 18:54, Stefan Majewski wrote:
>> Please, if you do try it, let me know whether or not you like it and how
>> it could be improved. It reflects more or less the way I use
>> <biblStruct>s for writing papers. I reckon that I could be mistaken by
>> some of the encoding choices.
> 1) Why does the export just produce a<listBibl>? Why not produce a full
> TEI document with minimal header (embedding the<listBibl> in<body>)?
> This would allow you to do things like document the date/time that the
> library was exported, the username the library belonged to, etc., etc.
Actually, I appreciate the decision to produce just a listBibl. I'm
always going to be copy/pasting this stuff into another document, and
it's nice not to have to wade through all the prefatory bits.
> This is a good export, I've not tested *all* the various Zotero's
> reference types, but certainly promising, and I'm also glad it is GPLed.
> I had given up on using Zotero ... I didn't like some of the
> privacy/social aspects... (e.g. if you use their CV tool there is no way
> to keep it private and only choose to publish it when you've tidied it
> up.) But having a decent export to TEI might make it that much more useful!
I think it could make Zotero the tool of choice for building TEI
bibliographies. That's currently a real chore, and this will save me
dozens of hours a year. And I can customize it for each individual
project's requirements now I've seen how it's done.