- Scaffold 3.0, with support for creating and running translator unit tests. Requires Zotero 3.0 or later, including Zotero Multilingual and Zotero 3.0 beta. This XPI is built from the Zotero team's Scaffold repository on Github. For more information, see the main Zotero documentation.
- Zandy, an app for Android devices that provides access to Zotero libraries. Zandy is available from the Android Market, and the AGPL-licensed code is available at the Zandy repository on Github. For Zandy support, see the Zandy User Guide.
- zotero-bits on Github, containing pieces of code for working with Zotero, including translators and patches to the core code.
- List of valid creator types for each Zotero item type, useful for translator authors
- Example Python script to create items from a CSV file, using the pyzotero library.
I am a regular contributor to aspects of the Zotero project, primarily its system of site translators, which Zotero uses to get bibliographic information from sites around the web. More recently, I've been working on making Zotero work with mobile devices, through the Zandy project for Android, linked above. I also am interested in Zotero outreach, and have run training sessions for research groups and libraries on possible roles for Zotero in library and research workflows, covering site translators, Zotero API usage, and more. One of these sessions was at the Newberry Library in Chicago, described here by one of the participants. If you're interested in having such a workshop at your institution, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss the details.
Maintained by Avram Lyon.