[openbiblio-dev] Curated lists and openbiblio Web UI

Benjamin O'Steen bosteen at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 12:46:10 UTC 2010

David Shotton's group are doing work on Bibliographies, specifically
curated bibliographies. They've reased cito[1] and are (hopefully) about
to publish fabio which is intended to be a FRBR-aligned
successor/enhancer to cito.

(Cito giving good verbs and classes for a person to give context to a
citation - confirms, refutes, etc as well as classes for papers and
component parts of articles, like the Abstract and so on.

I did post a reply recently, but it may just have gone to Graham - I'll
send it again so apologies for the repost if it is


On Mon, 2010-07-12 at 13:22 +0100, Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
> I am relatively new to the Open Bibliography work in OKF and I am
> excited by what I see in your links. On of my wishes is to be able to
> annotate tables of contents (bibliography) as to whether they point at
> Open resources and describe the nature of those resources. So being
> able to one-click would be very useful. 
> Is there a description of how the tool will be accessed/installed by
> an annotator? 
> On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 12:03 PM, Graham Higgins <gjh at bel-epa.com>
> wrote:
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>         I'd be particularly interested in any opinions on the
>         desirability/importance of supporting sub-lists and ditto for
>         the annotation of lists (the annotation of list items being a
>         "given").
> By a sublist do you mean flitering a larger list or structuring a list
> into a nested set of lists? I assume the former.
> P.
> -- 
> Peter Murray-Rust
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> Unilever Centre, Dep. Of Chemistry
> University of Cambridge
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