At 01/07/23 13:04 -0500, Healy, Jonathan wrote:
>My group needs to beg, borrow, or otherwise devise a way encode bibliography
>information in XML format. Before we go reinventing the wheel, I was
>wondering whether there's a "standard" or widely-used bibliography DTD out
>there that we can or should follow. This seems like the sort of information
>that ought to be relatively easy to standardize, so that our bibligraphy
>could talk to yours, and vice-versa. Any hints or guidance would be
I just did a full text search on "biblio" at
http://xml.coverpages.org/acadapps.html and I see references to TEI, EAD,
Opera, EBind, and others (I stopped looking).
Note there are many uses of the string "biblio" talking about the
bibliography of Robin's site, so you have to weed out the ones that are
referring to projects in which bibliographic information is being
maintained, but they are there.
I hope this helps.
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