[uf-discuss] Citation format straw proposal on the wiki

Bruce D'Arcus bdarcus.lists at gmail.com
Thu Mar 30 08:54:15 PST 2006

On 3/30/06, Tim White <tjameswhite at yahoo.com> wrote:

[... snip ...]

> In short, I'd like to be able to talk about a book on my blog:
> "I am reading <cite class="hcitation title">Operating Manual for
> Spaceship Earth</cite> ... "
> AND, be able to cite it at the end of a longer piece:
> <cite class="hcitation">
> <span class="vcard"><span class="author fn">R. Buckminster
> Fuller</span></span>. <span class="title">Operating Manual for
> Spaceship Earth</span>. <span class="publisher">Pocket Book</span>,
> <abbr class="dtpublished" title="1970">1970</abbr>. <span
> class="pages">127 pages</span>. ISBN: <span
> class="isbn">671-78046-8</span>.
> </cite>
> Make sense?

Yup :-)

Although, to clarify, your distinction above is really between an
in-text citation, and a full bibliographic reference.


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