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Kpapers: idea looks for developers!

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Submitted:  May 25 2007
Updated:  Jun 6 2007

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"Do you have dozens of PDF files from your favorite scientific articles scattered on your harddrive? Do you also try to desperately organize them by renaming and archiving them in folders? But like the piles of printed articles on your desk, you can't keep up with all the new papers you download, and despite all your efforts it has become impossible to find that one article."

This is how the authors of the Mac software Papers introduce their software. I believe that it is important for the scientific Linux community to have a similar application. Given that I'm not able to do such a software, I propose the idea and hope that some experimented developpers would work on that!

More ideas on the website of Papers:
http://mekentosj.com/papers/

I count on you!

Charles




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 Jabref?

 
 by deadman66 on: May 25 2007
 
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Jabref may be what you are searching for. jabref.sourceforge.net


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 Dear programmers...

 
 by Llogi on: May 25 2007
 
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This is EXACTLY what I am looking for month now.

JabRef, KBib and Co. is good for Bibtex-Coordination, but not for Papers.

Gnome has a similar Program called Referencer. Unfortunately it does not work well under KDE.


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 Tellico?

 
 by leinir on: May 25 2007
 
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Having not <i>really</i> looked into this, i'm not certain of course, but could not Tellico be used for this sort of thing?


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 Re: Tellico?

 
 by Llogi on: May 25 2007
 
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As far as I know, Tellico can handle either PDFs as a File-Listing, or Bibtex-Files, not both of them.

As File-Listing, you get a list with meta-data and preview of the papers, as Bibtex the handling is comparable to JabRef and KBib.


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 Re: Tellico?

 
 by bendie on: Jul 2 2010
 
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Tellico.

It does almost all of the things described on the Papers website although this might not be visible on the first glance: It is highly configurable, you can add your own collection fields.

For example, you could add a URL field where you can drop your PDF files (or select them through a dialog) and get a clickable link to the file.

Tellico exports Bibtex and provides powerful sorting and filtering possibilities.

See

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Tellico?content=10030

It doesn't have an integrated PDF viewer, though, but clicking on a URL leading to a PDF file (local or remote) opens it up in Okular with all its niceness :-).

Maybe one could contribute some Okularpart embedding to Tellico, though.


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 PS and DjVu too

 
 by vinokurov on: May 25 2007
 
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Yes! That would be great, but not only PDF. I think we need support for PS, DjVu and have possibility to add support of whatever other formats


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 focus on science

 
 by bandua83 on: May 25 2007
 
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I'm gonna try jagref right now. Paper looks like very sophisticated and intuitive.

I believe that Linux should focus on the scientific community. There's plenty of app that could help genetics and molecular biology scientist and that would attract them (me included) to use linux platforms. Paper is the kind of software that definitely would do so.


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 Import from PDF

 
 by lolcese on: May 25 2007
 
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I think that the most important thing in Kpapers should be an "Import from PDF" function. You need it if yoou already has a collection.


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