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Mendeley and Elsevier Donation for 2016

For their third straight year, Mendeley and Elsevier have kindly supported the open source Citation Style Language project with a $5000 donation. Donations allow us to hire developers for small projects, purchase materials such as the latest style manuals, and support

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Mendeley and Elsevier Donation for 2015

For a second year, Mendeley and Elsevier have generously supported the CSL project with a $5,000 donation. Donations like these allow us to dedicate time to the project, cover expenses, and pay out bounties for third-party work—in short, they help

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Papers and Springer Donation

Today, with 30 software products using the Citation Style Language (CSL), and a style repository with over 7700 styles, we are excited to announce that Papers and Springer have made a $5000 donation to CSL. Our collaboration with Papers started

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Mendeley Donates to the CSL Project

CSL has seen a lot of growth in recent years: more than 20 software products use CSL (see the citationstyles.org frontpage), and we offer over 6750 free citation styles, covering thousands of scientific journals. We could only have come this far

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Citation Style Language 1.0.1 Update

The Citation Style Language (CSL) team is happy to announce CSL 1.0.1. CSL 1.0.1 is an (almost completely) backwards compatible release, and CSL 1.0 styles and locale files don’t have to be updated to work with CSL 1.0.1-compatible software. CSL

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CSL 1.0 First Anniversary

It’s been a year since version 1.0 of the Citation Style Language was released, but now is as an exciting time as ever. Zotero 2.1, Mendeley 0.9.8 and Papers2 now all use CSL 1.0 for citation formatting (Zotero and Mendeley

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CSL 1.0 Specification Update 2010-05-30

Changelog The CSL 1.0 specification update of 2010-05-30 includes the following changes: clarified behavior of the line-spacing and entry-spacing attributes [diff] clarified behavior of the position condition when used for bibliography formatting [diff] clarified behavior of the et-al-subsequent attributes [diff]

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Citation Style Language 1.0

CSL 1.0 final release

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