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What happened to the misq.csl style? #174

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jameshowison opened this Issue · 8 comments

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James Howison Sebastian Karcher Rintze M. Zelle bdarcus
James Howison

I'm a bit confused about the file misq.csl (a style for Management Information Systems Quarterly). I could have sworn it used to be in this repository, and I see it in forked ones (including mine and Mendeley's). I might be sucking at the github; could anyone explain a) what happened (I checked dependent styles) or better b) how I can navigate github forking to find out what happened?

Rintze M. Zelle
Owner

I renamed the style a few months back: 73644b8#diff-19

James Howison

Ah, that's it then :) I'm working on something there and will give it a spin and see how it goes. Goes to show that searching by filename is silly, if this was pushed to zotero's style repository I'd have found it with their search which works on

I think.
Rintze M. Zelle
Owner

It's in the Zotero Style Repository (http://www.zotero.org/styles/mis-quarterly).

bdarcus
Owner

Wow, quick responses. For future reference, you can try something like:

$ git grep "MIS Quarterly"
mis-quarterly.csl:    <title>MIS Quarterly</title>
James Howison

@rmzelle interesting, you are right. I searched for "misq" and "management information systems" but not "MIS Quarterly". Is there a way of specifying an alternative title for discovering styles? looks at schema, squinting at Relax NG Ah, looks like a of MISQ might help?

@bdarcus yes, that's what I should have done. Thanks!

Rintze M. Zelle
Owner

I added the MISQ abbreviation to the style title so that it's easier to find. The cs:title-short element is scheduled for the not-yet-released CSL 1.0.1, so we can't use it right now.

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bdarcus
Owner

But in the meantime, remember: because it's grep, you can also use wildcards.

$ git grep ">M*I*S* Quarterly"
mis-quarterly.csl:    <title>MIS Quarterly</title>
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