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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] iso699 bibliography link broken
Paul, The DocBook standard does not use ISO 690; in fact, I'm 99.9% sure it doesn't specify any particular format for bibliographic entries. However, the stylesheets do support ISO 690 as an option. That code was contributed by Jana Dvorakova (according to a comment in the source). Be aware, however, that the current source code id for that code is dated 2006, so I'm pretty sure it doesn't reflect 2010, unless Jana and or Bob Stayton are psychic:-). Regarding the reference on the wiki, there was a re-boot of the wiki about a year ago, and I'll bet this information got lost at that time. Norm Walsh may be able to recover it, or it may have gotten lost in the re-boot. Maybe Norm can chime in. Dick Hamilton On Mar 3, 2012, at 7:34 PM, Paul Tremblay wrote: > On 3/3/12 10:20 PM, Paul Tremblay wrote: >> The docbook has the following: >> >> The markup requirements for your entries are documented on the DocBook Wiki site http://wiki.docbook.org/topic/ISO690Bibliography. >> >> However, that link is broken. >> >> Thanks >> >> Paul > Actually, maybe cancel that. I just found out that: > > Actual status of standard is ISO 690:2010. The material is copyrighted and not free for distribution. > > It cost $160.00 just to download a standards document. Why does docbook use what amounts to a non-standard, or at least one that is prohibitively expensive?