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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibO in Academia

j.martin.pedersen <m.pedersen <at> lancaster.ac.uk> writes:

Hi Martin,

> What I have seen so far in Mendeley http://www.mendeley.com/ (which also
> supossedly works with Zotero) looks really promising as a concept. It
> integrates with OOo already and has a cloud for your articles, so that
> you can access your research library from anywhere in cyberspace, and
> various management features. That's the kind of thing that is needed. If
> it was only free and not Kazaa/Skype financed it would be perfect.
> martin
> http://www.mendeley.com/#features

It would be enough the support to map fields Mendeley?
If I said nonsense, I apologize I have never used Mendeley.


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