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A contribution to this may be to record one's publications (with full  
text, of course) in a publication repository that exports in TEI  
format (listBibl/biblStruct).
HAL, for instance is doing this ( see export thingy to the right of: http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00348372/fr/ 
  )

Le 2 juil. 09 à 20:07, Daniel Paul O'Donnell a écrit :

> I am indeed talking more about academic CVs than resumes; but  
> academic CVs are not all bibliography, either: there's committee  
> service, administration, grants, as well as software and the like.  
> Also, the different agencies often want different things; so an  
> ability to mark things as significant, or refereed, or even "NEH  
> SSHRC ULeth" (or some subset of this) so that they could be added or  
> subtracted as required would be ideal.
>
> I see the question I was posing more as a use case. My ideal  
> solution would be a form driven updater (like James suggests) with  
> sheets for the different agencies. I was kind of hoping somebody had  
> made start.
>
> Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> As I think James is saying, this is really a bibliographical
>> problem.
>>
>> The job application flim-flam saying you got a cake-making
>> badge in scouts, and have really great team skills, is hand-crafted
>> anew each anyway (I hope); what gets you the job is the covering  
>> letter
>> or form where you explain why you meet the criteria.
>>
>> So the mechanical bit is the academic transcript which some people
>> need for a CV, and that's mostly covered by publication
>> in the most general sense. The challenge is recording
>> software activities, of course.
>>
>
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