Ah, thanks for reminding me about this tool. I have set up a redirect
in the TEI wiki from http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/TeiZoteroTranslator
to http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/TEIZoteroTranslator (because the
wrong link keep circulating), and I have added cross-references between
http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/ZoteroToTEI so that I don't keep
forgetting about its existence.
Since there are no downloads available at
http://code.google.com/p/tei-zotero-translator/ , it appears you need
check out the source code in order to get it. But then what do I do
with this source code? I have scoured the Zotero website for help but
can't find any guidance. If someone could add some information to
http://wiki.tei-c.org/index.php/TEIZoteroTranslator telling me (and
others) what to do with the code once I get it, that would be great.
On 2:59 PM, Piotr Bański wrote:
> Thanks for the note, Kevin. Maybe Stefan Majewski's TEI-Zotero
> Translator can be of help?
> On 27.04.2011 23:25, Kevin Hawkins wrote:
>> As I alluded to in a recent message to this list, I have had an intern
>> migrating all entries from
>> If you have a Zotero account and join the group "tei", you can use the
>> FireFox plugin to export the library in RDF format. Then you can run
>> this through
>> in order to generate a listBibl of all the citations.
>> However, if you try this, you'll see that the results are not valid due
>> to the bibliography containing various citations that can't be properly
>> handled by the stylesheet. In particular, the XSLT seems not to handle
>> citations for sections of books.
>> Would anyone be willing to take on the task for improving
>> to handle these cases? Once this is working, I can modify
>> so that it refers to the Zotero bibliography as the latest source of
>> information and includes a snapshot of data exported from Zotero. (There
>> might be further tweaking of either ZoteroToTEI or the stylesheet for
>> www.tei-c.org required in order to make things easily readable for humans.