Changeset 36328


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2022-07-28T23:46:39+12:00 (2 weeks ago)
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    4545      <h2>Bib-Stinky</h2>
    4646    </header>
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     51    <p><i>Need an introduction the describes the overall aim of Bib-Stinky</i></p>
     52    <p><i>Concerning DOI-Stinky, the following is aspirational ....</i></p>
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    4854    <p>
    49       Include link to UserScript.js
    50       <!-- create then upload logo/icons: books + lines, cat + lines, doi + lines -->
     55      Enhance your experience when reviewing research literature <i>DOI-Stinky</i>, an algorithmic
     56      technique we have devised that monitors for DOIs in the web pages you are browsing,
     57      and automatically comparing the metadata records that different academic publishers, and other
     58      scholarly content agregators, have on file, looking for places where there is disagreement&mdash;or
     59      as we've conceptualized: where something looks a bit stinky.
    5160    </p>
     61    <p>
     62      To get going with <i>DOI-Stinky</i>, first install a User Scripting extension to your
     63      browser, such as TamperMonkey (available in all reputable web-brower extension stores!).  Then
     64      add in our <a href="doi-stinky.user.js">doi-stinky.user.js</a>, which is primed to
     65      to activate when you visit websites such as CrossRef, the ACM DL, and DBLP to name a few.
     66    </p>
     67    <!-- create then upload logo/icons: books + lines, cat + lines, doi + lines -->
    5268      </section>
    5369     
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