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Ask HN: How do you save and browse external interesting URLs?
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Feb 2023
Is there a FOSS package to track reading list like Notion?
3 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 30 Jan 2023
JabRef might work for you. Website link and GitHub link.
Drop down menus in Java Applications do not work (DWM, Arch Linux)
2 projects | /r/suckless | 24 Aug 2022
This issue https://github.com/JabRef/jabref/issues/5867 hints at JavaFX issue with the potential workaround of running with the environment variable GDK_DISPLAY=1.
Zotero- ree, easy-to-use tool to collect, organize, cite, and share research
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jan 2022
If the town is "online reference managers," you are probably right, but I would argue that reference managers are one of those areas where you really want something offline:
- Offline ensures that you do not suffer an externally caused downtime just before a deadline
- Offline ensures that you have a path for keeping your database throughout your research career, and to do system updates when _you_ want to.
- Offline ensures that if you leave academia, you will always have access to local copies of the academic papers you have referenced.
My favorite offline/local reference manager is `jabRef`  which stores all metadata directly in a bibtex-file. The GUI has an excellent pdf-integration, and everything is local and super fast.
Case in point: after a decade in industry, I am looking to get back into my academic fief. All the papers I ever read are in my Dropbox, and all I had to do to pick up where I left was download a current version jabRef and point it to my database which it read without any issues.
It looks really good, might use it on top of JabRef when I snapshot my library for inclusion in a paper. Even so, JabRef already does most of what is advertised here, but it is really useful just by being in the browser.
What is the open source software you wish existed ?
5 projects | /r/opensource | 30 Oct 2021
I'm not sure if it is the same I'm thinking of but have you looked at JabRef?
Use a reference manager, friends
3 projects | /r/GradSchool | 20 Jul 2021
Just gonna shamelessly plug another reference manager here: JabRef
Do you have a github account ? What are you working on as a Java side-project ?
20 projects | /r/java | 11 Jan 2021
I am working on JabRef, which is a desktop & application to manage scientific publications. The hole project tries to support coders wanting to level up their coding skills. See also our the page on our development strategy.
Hacktoberfest: 69 Beginner-Friendly Projects You Can Contribute To
67 projects | dev.to | 29 Sep 2020
https://github.com/JabRef/jabref Graphical Java application for managing BibTeX and biblatex (.bib) databases
What are some alternatives?
zotero - Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, annotate, cite, and share your research sources.
obsidian-citation-plugin - Obsidian plugin which integrates your academic reference manager with the Obsidian editor. Search your references from within Obsidian and automatically create and reference literature notes for papers and books.
zotero-better-bibtex - Make Zotero effective for us LaTeX holdouts
tqrespec - TQRespec - The respec tool for Titan Quest game
papis - Powerful and highly extensible command-line based document and bibliography manager.
TestFX - Simple and clean testing for JavaFX.
idaesbasic - Idaesbasic - An all in one project manager that stores everything in files directly into your project! 🤯
website - Project Free Our Knowledge aims to organise collective action in support of open and reproducible research practices. This repository is used to design new campaigns (using the issues feature) and to build the website (www.freeourknowledge.org).
Symfony - The Symfony PHP framework
AndroidResourceManager - Android Resource Manager application to manage and analyse your app resources with many features like image resize, Color, Dimens and code Analysis
NumPy - The fundamental package for scientific computing with Python.
i-librarian-free - I, Librarian - open-source version of a PDF managing SaaS.