Decentralized creation of academic documents using a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server

Scholarly document creation continues to face various obstacles. Scholarly text production requires more complex word processors than other forms of texts because of the complex structures of citations, formulas and figures. The need for peer review, often single-blind or double-blind, creates needs for document management that other texts do not require. Additionally, the need for… read more

Citations for professionals: An interview with Emilano Heyns

When we launched the first public version of Fidus Writer in May 2013, we received a flood of bug reports. One of those reporting bugs was Emiliano Heyns, at the time a philosophy student and open source hacker, with a special interest in bibliographies and citations. Two initial reports about lacking categories in bibliographies quickly… read more