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Ramon, *

Using the existing Bibliography sample data base provides considerable
function already, based on Harvard style as I understand.

And frankly this is already well handled by 3rd Party extension--I'm a fan
of Zotero standalone (Windows) and cross-platform (via Firefox) . The
LibreOffice plugin(s) allows application of any .CSL and effective styling
of the parenthtical, footnote, endnote and bibliography. And have not used
it recently but the Mendely project is equally functional.

But always room to improve: have  open BZ enhancment for this in  tdf#94418
<>   and duplicate 
tdf#95315 <>  .

Preliminary UX/Design team discussion ~Sep 2015 in

As to doing it fully ourselves (and maintaining it), IMHO we should
concentrate on providing  the style framework for those 3rd party projects
implementing the full set of .CSL--e.g. Zotero or Mendely rather than
struggle to provide just the few major styles.


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