This is about my own project, Science 2.0 for more general links
- the built-in refnotes is really unreliable
- find someone who can make it more reliable?
- using Pandoc and inserting links
- possible to do it automatically for all single citations, impossible for combined citations
- having a look at source, or having someone to help me do it in the source
- currently kindle-mount.rb runs every time a new volume is mounted, and imports new clippings.
- clippings from Skim already work perfectly
- any other input sources?
- BibDesk can send automatically to Kindle by e-mail (Ctrl+Alt+Cmd+K) (still need to experiment a bit with exporting - pdftotext better than directly using ebook-convert for columns?)
- BibDesk can automatically generate a detail page and open it on wiki (Cmd+E)
- You can easily copy+paste citation in DokuWiki format
- only link to citation if it exists? (see problem with citations above)
- Script that batch-processes Bibliography.bib and generated ref:bibliography, already works
- enhance with lists of authors, and keywords - how to do this - not have them indexed?
- this is nice, because it means that we still have all the citations, without having to create detail pages for every single paper
- Move all author pages to their own namespace (a:?), and create nice alphabetical page list (template with link to publications etc)
- Exclude sub-page fragments from search, but include all the text in ref: pages
- Integrating with Multi-Markdown and Pandoc, so that papers published on wiki link to detail pages (if they exist)
- embed COinS
- some plugins for WordPress etc. generalized library for generating COinS (citeproc)? CitationStyles? (Zotero has some support)
- already have easy interlinking from blog to wiki. ability to color/display icon next to links to distinguish them from other external links?
- using graphviz to visualize relationships between wiki pages (might already be plugins / software to do that?)
- interesting example of wiki with pages generated from bibtex file, citation management, notes, etc. (HCI/design research stuff)
How to use blogs and wiki together with other offline tools, citation management etc.
- bibdesk plugin - generates on the fly detail pages, and links to those detail pages.
- improved bibdesk plugin - nice slide-down bibtex view
- bib2tpl - php library for converting bibtex to different templates (used by publist)
- use SkimNotes to automatically extract annotations
/Applications/Skim.app/Contents/SharedSupport/skimnotes get -format text gunn2008creating.pdf
- Automatically import to DokuWiki
- Create system service to import notes to DokuWiki automatically
Integrating bibdesk with Firefox
- zot2bib seems to work well, sends citations directly to Bibliography.bib, automatically appear in BibDesk… BUT
- don't show up as “last imported”
- don't take files with them !!!
- should I also import into Zotero or not? pros/cons?
- doesn't have option to copy as citation (maybe with LaTeX installed?)
- templates for use in export?
- standard format for describing references, and formatting templates
- Mark Schenk tools - nice outputs of sortable/searchable HTML bibliographies
- A Digital Workflow for Academic Research - Skim, DevonThink, BibDesk
- Look at integrating Pandoc better with Scrivener, including bibliography export