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Hi rjerome -
I'm hoping to use Biblio to organize a journal. But currently there doesn't seem to be a great way to do that, though it seems almost perfect for the job, and the other benefits of Biblio make it worth trying to do -- hopefully this feature isn't a square peg in a round hole?
There's this issue, but I know a lot has changed since then -- also, since there was 'success' in that issue, it might be good to preserve that issue for people working with the 5.x version.
My 6.x questions are:
1. Is there more to adding this feature request in the 6.x branch, or is the same solution from that other issue still basically the same?
2. The Journal / issue fields could autocomplete?
3. And I also wonder if there's a good way to integrate with the book module (for organizing various content including journal articles within a single issue), aside from just adding Biblio nodes into a book outline. For instance, the Top page in the journal's book outline could be linkable next to the name of the Journal/Issue, maybe something like the way 'Abstract' currently links to the node, 'View issue' could link to the top page in the journal's book outline. If the Journal/issue fields were sortable, do you think the link i just described could be themeable or potentially a configurable option (I ask that because obviously not everyone using Biblio would want to link to a journal)?
4. I assume now there should also be views integration, though I'm not sure where this is at overall with the other fields - do you think this would be an important part of this feature, and if so do you see this as particularly tricky in the current state of Bibliio?