styles

So I never heard back about coordinating new style development. I’m not
going to waste my time developing new styles I’m not myself likely to
use if I have some worry that I’m duplicating work.

Also, see this thread:

http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/1510/multiple-book-sections-from-same-book-chicago-style-note-wout-bibliography/#Comment_6407

I’m not sure there’s any easy way to do what she’s asking for (which
depends on the position of a related container or collection).

Bruce

I’m interested in coordination. I have a couple of styles under development
that I’m about done with, and am thinking of taking a swing at Harvard
format possibly today.

Not really sure what I do with them other than give them away to friends
though!
Julian.

Julian Onions wrote:

I’m interested in coordination. I have a couple of styles under
development that I’m about done with, and am thinking of taking a swing
at Harvard format possibly today.

I had thought about Harvard too, but have a hunch the Zotero guys are
working on that.

Not really sure what I do with them other than give them away to friends
though!

We really need to start rolling out the repository angle for CSL, where
styles are always available on the web, and tools load them directly.
Passing around styles is positively archaic.

But for now, you can send me the styles and I can load them in this SVN.

Bruce

Not sure where we’re at with supporting AAA, but this ought to be one
style that determines whether we’re OK for 1.0.

http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/4691/citation-style-help-needed-anthropology-aaa/#Item_19

Bruce

Not sure where we’re at with supporting AAA, but this ought to be one
style that determines whether we’re OK for 1.0.

http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/4691/citation-style-help-needed-anthropology-aaa/#Item_19

Here’s a link to the thread with the formatting example:

http://forums.zotero.org/discussion/4775/csl-how-to-omit-subsequentauthor-in-bibliography/