Transcludes content from arXiv and other academic repositories.
With this plugin you can include content from arXiv or other academic repositories in your blog post. For example, if placing
in your blog post, the abstract of this article will be include at this point in text. Additionally, the title will be set to the title of the article ("The semantic web takes wing" in this case). Finally, if you have use http://wordpress.org/plugins/kblog-metadata/, the authors, and date will be set appropriately also.
It is possible to add additional material to the post as normal; for example, with my http://www.russet.org.uk/blog/category/all/professional/science/papers, I add a plain English summary, and where the authors allow, I also add the reviews; an example can be seen for the above http://www.russet.org.uk/blog/2366.
Kblog-include uses OAI-PHM to harvest the metadata that is displays; as this is a standard, it should mean that kblog-include can transclude from any repository that supports this standard. In practice, unfortunately, different repositories use the tags in different ways. Currently, kblog-include supports http://arxiv.org, the [http://eprint.ncl.ac.uk](Newcastle University) eprints server, and http://greycite.knowledgeblog.org. For example:
Shows one of my papers.
I am open to requests for new servers, ideally, via [https://github.com/phillord/kblog-include](pull request), or email otherwise.