New paper accepted and new version of EvoBib

A new paper by Robert Forkel and myself has been accepted for publication. The study presents the CLDFbench package and illustrates how it can be used in order to convert datasets conveniently into the CLDF format. While the paper will only appear in May, we have uploaded our authors' copy in form of a preprint with the Humanities Commons repository, where you can find it under this link.

Additionally, I managed to release a new version of EvoBib, Version 1.1, which now contains about 100 bibliographic entries more than the previous version and also about 300 more quotes (mostly abstracts).