[open-bibliography] BibSoup/BibServer collaboration model?
mark at cottagelabs.com
Thu Feb 2 18:29:40 GMT 2012
The difference between those and bibserver is that bibserver is for
displaying your collection. You get it on a nice searchable web page with
We are currently writing a blog post about bibsoup that will include this
distinction. The place for such information is the openbiblio.net blog,
with discussion on open bibliography and open biblio dev mailing lists.
On Feb 2, 2012 6:22 PM, "Thad Guidry" <thadguidry at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Perhaps it would be illustrative to compare and contrast with other
>> existing widely known services and tools such as Zotero, Mendeley,
>> CiteUlike, and the venerable emacs/Bibtex/LaTex. What is better,
>> worse, or just different? Which sets of things are alternatives to
>> each other and which complement each other? What are the things which
>> make BibSoup/BibServer unique?
>> Of course, if this is already laid out in detail somewhere on a web
>> page, just point me there.
> Based on Tom's "Perfect World"... Medeley fulfills a large part of his
> wish list already:
> 1. Has iPhone and iPad support. A Desktop version. A Web version.
> 2. Their Web importer already supports importing citations from just about
> EVERYONE already...see here: http://www.mendeley.com/import/ as well as
> COinS and metatags.
> 3. Sharing of annotations.
> 4. Group collaboration. (the level of collaboration differs between Paid
> and Free however, I think.)
> 5. An Open Web API (just like Zotero has).
> 6. Soon to have Library Systems support for the major systems used
> 7. Also soon to have Federated searching across external databases,
> including those endorsing universities
> 7. It's FREE for up to 1GB for your own papers storage.
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