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= Journal Brainstorming =
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<entry-title> Journal Brainstorming </entry-title>
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Part of the effort towards developing a scientific [[journal]] microformat (top level page needs creation for the overall effort) as part of the microformats [[process]]:
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* [[journal-examples]] (links to and analysis of markup of examples must be collected per [[process]])
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* [[journal-formats]]
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* [[journal-brainstorming]]
  
 
== Contributors ==
 
== Contributors ==
 
 
* [http://people.opera.com/howcome Håkon Wium Lie]
 
* [http://people.opera.com/howcome Håkon Wium Lie]
 
  
 
== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
 
 
This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.
 
This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.
 
== Table of Contents ==
 
 
__TOC__
 
  
 
== Background ==
 
== Background ==
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HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Several [[journal-formats | XML-based formats]] offer a vocabulary of elements to publishers of scholarly journals.
  
HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Several [[journal-formats | XML-based formats]] offer a vocabulary of elements to publishers of scholarly journals.
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== see also ==
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* [[events/2009-07-09-scibarcamp-open-data|SciBarCamp open science open data session]]

Revision as of 20:09, 27 July 2009

<entry-title> Journal Brainstorming </entry-title>

Part of the effort towards developing a scientific journal microformat (top level page needs creation for the overall effort) as part of the microformats The microformats process:

Contributors

Introduction

This page discusses various thoughts and strawman proposals for a journal microformat.

Background

HTML was developed in a scientific community to help researchers exchange information. However, HTML does not provide any special support for publishing scientific papers. Several XML-based formats offer a vocabulary of elements to publishers of scholarly journals.

see also