As posted quite some time ago, BibSonomy gives you the opportunity to upload one or more documents for your publication posts. Similar to the preview pictures for bookmarks, you can now also see preview pictures of your uploaded documents title page.
Voilà, this is how it looks like:
Often, one has still remembers the layout of the paper. Therefore the preview pictures can be really handy for finding out which of the documents is the one you have in mind when searching in your collection. A the icon is really small, hovering over it shows you a larger preview:
Preview pictures are only visible for people who are allowed to access the document. By default, this is only you.
You might wonder that uploading a new document, you only see a generic pdf document symbol. In that case, please be patient and check back the next day. BibSonomy works hard for you and creates the image overnight.
TYPO3 is, along with Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress, among the most popular content management systems worldwide, (although it is most widespread in Europe). Due to its features, scalability and maturity, TYPO3 is used by to build and manage websites of different types and size ranges, from small sites for individuals or nonprofit organizations to multilingual enterprise solutions for large corporations or universities (read more @Wikipedia).
With our new Extension BibSonomy CSL you can add a list of publications from BibSonomy to your pages. You can style your bibliography with CSL Stylesheets (Citation Style Language). For this you can choose from a set of pre-installed styles, or you can choose a custom style from the web. Additional you have the option to add your BibSonomy tag cloud to your website.
To install BibSonomy CSL, log into your TYPO3 installation as an administrator and search in the Extension Manager => Import Extensions for ext_bibsonomy_csl and import them.
After import is finished the extension will be shown in the section "Available Extensions". Press the + symbol for installation.
Add publication lists with Frontend Plugin
Now you can create a new page in the usual way. If you create a new content record you find in plugins section two new entries: Bibsonomy Publication List and Bibsonomy Tag Cloud.
Choose Bibsonomy Publications List to add a list of publications. In "General" tab insert a headline for your list.
Ok, let's go through an example: Assume, you wanna publish your own publications in a blog post (and in BibSonomy all own publications are tagged with myown). Choose user as content source type and enter your BibSonomy user name as content type value (in this example we've choosed the user dbenz). Now you have to filter your selection by using the tag myown. For this, enter myown in the input field for tags. If you want to select more than one tag you have to separate them by a space character. Optionally, you can limit the number of publications.
There is also the possibility to filter the content by using freetext search field.
Warning: Be aware, that you are using your own account to retrieve the posts from BibSonomy. That means, that all posts, that are visible to you in BibSonomy (your private ones too), will be made visible on your oage, if they fit the description in the plugin record. (In our example: all posts you have tagged with myown.)
In the subtab Layout you can choose one of the (pre-)installed citation styles to layout your publication list. If your desired CSL style isn't contained in the default selection, then you can insert a custom style, by entering the XML code of the stylesheet. The Citation Style Language (CSL) is an open XML-based language to describe the formatting of citations and bibliographies. A large list of freely available styles can be found on http://www.zotero.org/styles/.
In the third subtab 'Login' you have to enter your BibSonomy API credentials. For this you need your username and your API key.
Add your BibSonomy Tag Cloud with Frontend Plugin
Choose Bibsonomy Tag Cloud as plugin while creating new record. Typically, a tag cloud will be placed in the sidebar. So you can choose the right or left content area for inserting.
For tag cloud content you can also choose between user, group or viewable to select the content from BibSonomy. Assume you want to add your personal BibSonomy tag cloud choose user as content type and insert your username for content type value. In subtab Login you have to enter again your API credentials.
Manage your CSL styles with the Backend Plugin
Typo3 extensions are divided into Frontend Plugins and Backend Modules. The both frontend plugins Bibsonomy Publication List and Bibsonomy Tag Cloud, I've already presented. To manage your Citation Stylesheets you can use the Backend Module CSL Styles.
By default there are a lot of styles pre-installed. To add your own custom styles, create a new folder 'CSL Styles' in the page tree. Choose CSL Styles in menu sidebar and select the Folder CSL Styles in page tree. An empty page with two buttons will be shown. Click on Create New Style to add a custom style.
There are three ways to add a new Citation Style
Direct input: Enter the XML source of your style in the text area and press Save to add the style
Import from URL: Enter the URL of an Citation Style file and press Import
Upload CSL file: Select a CSL XML file from your filesystem and press Upload
Now you can take a preview of your new style: Click on Show Styles.
To delete styles click on the paper trash icon, left of the style.
Since the last release of BibSonomy 2.0.33 we announced a few changes: one of them is the new feature to sort publications by the BibTeX field number.
In a previous blog entry we introduced the URL parameters sortPage and sortPageOrder. With the use of the URL parameters you can sort your publication lists by different BibTeX fields in an ascending or descending order.
As of now the sortPage parameter is extended by another option number. The number field of a BibTeX file represents the issue number of a journal, magazine or tech-report. Now you can sort the publication lists in BibSonomy by this issue number.
Here is an example in search of "social" with a descending order by the BibTeX fields journal, issue and number: http://www.bibsonomy.org/user/sdo/social?sortPage=journal|issue|number&sortPageOrder=desc