On 17.04.2011 19:10, Stefan Majewski wrote:
> On 17/04/11 18:53, Piotr Bański wrote:
>> Isn't the issue of TEI<-->Zotero conversion it worth an SF ticket
> quite a while ago I crafted a tool for my private purposes. I think at
> some point I posted something about this in this list.
Indeed you have (). There was an earlier thread on Zotero as well
(), concluded with a piece of XSLT by Stuart Yeats .
> It is not
> bidirectional, just a Zotero-->TEI biblStruct conversion I use for the
> bibliographies of my papers. Right now it is just an export translator,
> but adding an import function to this wouldn't require much effort, I
> assume. You find a version of my export translator that works with the
> latest Zotero FF plugin here:
> It should be sufficient to drop this into the zotero translators folder
> in your FF profile.
Dropping, in a moment :-) Thanks.
> If there is any interest, I could open a google code project for this.
I'd say that the interest has re-emerged with a vengeance ;-)
Kevin Hawkins might want to say something on this, as he is involved
with Zotero in the context of TEI bibliography. Following Stuart
Yeates's suggestion, the LingSIG might need to go for this solution too,
as creating our bibliography on the wiki hasn't really taken off, and
the wiki format is much less flexible and extensible than TEI/Zotero.
> The trouble is the Zotero people don't really have great documentation
> of the apis and then their apis do not tend to be terribly stable.
Your expertise is all the more valuable to us, then. And knowing of the
bridge, possibly the Zotero people will make it easier for us to learn
of API changes, should they happen.
Kevin, what's your take on this, please?