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On 14/07/2012 at 09:52, Anthony Easthope <> wrote:

I must say its sad to see no major updates to the
biblographing section.

Yeah, this is really important feature for scientific writing, yet no one seems 
to bother about it.

I have used Zotero[1] for few of my papers. So far so good. You can give it 
a try. It is open-source software, so you can use it free of charge. There is 
also package in Debian repository (xul-ext-zotero - this is Iceweasel/Firefox 
extension version). Perhaps you will find it also in Ubuntu.

Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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