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Bug#654750: O: kbibtex -- BibTeX editor for KDE


we have several bibtex related packages in Debian Science.  It might
make sense to take over this package in Debian Science team maintenance.

Kind regards


On Thu, Jan 05, 2012 at 03:42:26PM +0100, Michael Hanke wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: normal
> I intend to orphan the kbibtex package. I do not have enough time to
> take care of this package properly. It is in pretty good shape (3.0,
> quilt, 1 open bug, minimal patches), popcon >1800. The packaging is in
> Git (pkg-exppsy on git.debian.org).
> The primary task right now would be to investigate some spurious FTBFS
> and get this latest upstream release to migrate into testing.
> I'm willing to sponsor any non-DD taking over this package.
> The package description is:
>  An application to manage bibliography databases in the BibTeX format. KBibTeX
>  can be used as a standalone program, but can also be embedded into other KDE
>  applications (e.g. as bibliography editor into Kile).
>  .
>  KBibTeX can query online ressources (e.g. Google scholar) via customizable
>  search URLs. It is also able to import complete datasets from NCBI Pubmed.
>  It also supports tagging references with keywords and manages references to
>  local files.
>  .
>  BibTeX files can be exported into HTML, XML, PDF, PS and RTF format using a
>  number of citation styles.
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