|

3.iv Community Bibliography

1 Apache  Software  Foundation.  2010–17.  Apache  Subversion. http://subversion.apache.org. Leave a comment on line 1 0

2 Created in 2000, Subversion is an open source, centralized software versioning and revision control system. It differs from its rival version control tool GitHub (annotated below) in that it functions as one repository with many clients; by contrast, each GitHub user has his or her own local repository, and pushes changes to a centralized repository when desired. Like all Apache products, Subversion works and facilitates social knowledge creation following an open source ethos. Leave a comment on line 2 0

3 DEVONtechnologies, LLC. n.d. DEVONthink. http://www.devontechnologies.com/products/devonthink/overview.html. Leave a comment on line 3 0

4 DEVONthink is a proprietary solution created by DEVONtechnologies. It allows users to save and organize documents in one program on their local drive. DEVONthink automatically files and connects related documents, and promotes sharing by enabling users to store their database on a local network or online. Users can also create a bibliographic record for each entry that is then indexed in DEVONthink along with the file. Leave a comment on line 4 0

5 Drupal. 2006. Bibliography Module. http://drupal.org/project/biblio. Leave a comment on line 5 0

6 Bibliography Module, also known as Drupal Scholar, is a Drupal module that enables users to manage and present lists of scholarly publications on Drupal sites using a variety of import and export formats (BibTex, EndNote, MARC, and more). Output is available in most major citation styles and allows for in-line citing of references. Bibliography Module also includes taxonomy integration that allows for higher searchability. Leave a comment on line 6 0

7 GitHub, Inc. 2017. GitHub. https://github.com. Leave a comment on line 7 0

8 As a code repository, GitHub is predicated on transparent and hierarchical project management and organization. GitHub facilitates effective version control by backing up code for a project; allowing collaborative annotation or commenting on lines of code; providing varying levels of access for different team members; hosting unlimited collaborators; and supplying integrated issue tracking. Repositories can be private (secured, limited access) or public (open for community collaboration). GitHub is an exemplary instance of a collaborative project management and indexing tool specifically geared toward digital endeavours. Leave a comment on line 8 0

9 Grimshaw, Mark. 2003. WIKINDX. http://wikindx.sourceforge.net. Leave a comment on line 9 0

10 WIKINDX is a free online bibliography as well as a quotation and note management system. It allows for collaborative use of and contributions to bibliographic data, while also providing features for users to add notes, quotations, and articles. The tool thus functions as reference management software and as a collaborative writing environment. WIKINDX includes search functionalities, allows for attachments to bibliographic resources, exports into most major data and citation styles, and offers customizable plug-ins. Leave a comment on line 10 0

11 Kaps, Jens-Peter. 2003–9. Document Database. http://docdb.sourceforge.net. Leave a comment on line 11 0

12 Document Database is an open source PHP database, written modularly and able to run on users’ web servers and with other databases. It can be managed by multiple administrators and users, and employs BibTeX format. It also allows for various search functions, query types, note sharing, display of user statistics, and uploading and publishing capabilities. Moreover, Document Database includes an agenda management system that associates events and meetings with specific documents. Leave a comment on line 12 0

13 KDE Group at the University of Kassel, DMIR Group at the University of Würzburg, and L3S Research Center, Hannover. 2006. BibSonomy. http://www.bibsonomy.org. Leave a comment on line 13 0

14 BibSonomy is a social bookmarking and publication-sharing system geared to the management of lists of literature. Users can store and organize resources in a public framework, and tag entries with descriptive, user-determined terms. All publications are stored in BibTeX format and can be exported in a variety of ways, including EndNote and HTML. Leave a comment on line 14 0

15 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 2008. Citeline. http://www.simile-widgets.org/wiki/Citeline. Leave a comment on line 15 0

16 Citeline allows users to import bibliographies using BibTeX and publish them in the form of an online exhibit. In this way, users may easily create shareable, interactive bibliography exhibits. Users may also select from different background styles for the visual design of their bibliography exhibit. Leave a comment on line 16 0

17 Mendeley Ltd. 2013. Mendeley. http://dev.mendeley.com. Leave a comment on line 17 0

18 Mendeley functions as a free reference management system and an academic social network. Users can generate bibliographies, collaborate with other users, and import resources. The program can be accessed online and as a desktop, iPhone, or iPad application. While the standard tool is free and provides users with 2 GB of web storage space, additional storage can be purchased. The tool also includes a PDF viewer where users can add notes and highlight text. Citations can be exported as BibTeX and into several word processors. The social networking features include newsfeeds, comments, and profile pages. User statistics about papers, authors, and publications may also be viewed. Leave a comment on line 18 0

19 New Zealand Digital Library Project (University of Waikato). 2005–17. Greenstone Digital Library Software. http://www.greenstone.org. Leave a comment on line 19 0

20 Greenstone is an open source software suite for creating and publishing digital library collections online. The software includes command-line tools, as well as a graphical Greenstone Librarian Interface, for users to build collections and assign metadata. User plug-ins enable importing of various digital document formats (including text, html, jpg, MP#, and video). Leave a comment on line 20 0

21 Open Knowledge Foundation. 2011–12. BibServer. https://github.com/okfn/bibserver. Leave a comment on line 21 0

22 BibServer is open source software that allows for large bibliographic collections managed on tools such as Zotero, Bibsonomy, or Mendeley to be published and shared on the web through a RESTful API and JSON format. The tool allows for collections to be customized and structured using filters. BibServer also offers a variety of visualization options, such as bar charts and bubbles. Leave a comment on line 22 0

23 Oversity Ltd. 2006. CiteULike. http://www.citeulike.org. Leave a comment on line 23 0

24 CiteULike is a free online social bookmarking service for scholarly research. Users can search and discover resources, receive automatic article recommendations, share references, view what others are reading, and store and search a repository of PDFs. CiteULike is structured as a folksonomy, allowing users to tag references and thus organize their libraries. In addition to adding tags, users can comment on and rate resources. Citation information can be automatically imported from a number of popular databases, such as JSTOR and arXiv.org, and citations can also be imported or adjusted manually, or transferred to other reference management systems (e.g., EndNote or Zotero). Leave a comment on line 24 0

25 Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (George Mason University). 2006–17. Zotero. https://www.zotero.org/. Leave a comment on line 25 0

26 Zotero is an open source reference management system for users to store citations and other content in a variety of file formats. Most library catalogues and common online research environments contain Zotero links, and Zotero integrates with word processors and other writing environments (e.g., email and Google Drive), making it easy to save reference information while working. Users can also assign tags to library items and organize research into collections and subcollections. The tool functions and automatically synchronizes across multiple devices and web browsers. One of the capabilities that differentiates Zotero is the ability to create topical research groups that can house shared libraries, notes, and discussions, offering a collaborative research environment. Leave a comment on line 26 0

27 Slashdot Media. 2017. SourceForge. http://sourceforge.net. Leave a comment on line 27 0

28 SourceForge is a web-based source code repository comprising a suite of tools dedicated to facilitating open source software development and dissemination. SourceForge resources include version control, integrated issue tracking, threaded discussion forums, documentation, download statistics, a code repository, and an open source directory. SourceForge induces social knowledge creation by hosting and indexing open source projects and providing easeful access to these projects for the community at large. Notably, SourceForge was the first service to offer free hosting for open source projects. Leave a comment on line 28 0

29 University of Southampton. 2017. EPrints. http://www.eprints.org. Leave a comment on line 29 0

30 EPrints is open-source software for creating open access repositories. It is a command-line application written in Perl. The database repository can be controlled using HTML, CSS, and inline images. EPrints allows for metadata harvesting and is most commonly used for institutional repositories and scientific journals. The software allows for data importing and exporting, object conversion for search engine indexing, and various user interface widgets. Leave a comment on line 30 0

31   Leave a comment on line 31 0

Source: https://ntmrs-skc.itercommunity.org/social-knowledge-creation-tools/community-bibliography/