Nov 22 2017
Hi, if it matters,
Both suggestions of Mvolz would work for me. If the later one (newer API) means lots of work then maybe allowing the non-ISO dates of crossRef would be a simple fix?
Would be wonderful to see it working.
Any efforts is much appreciated!,
Nov 13 2017
May 16 2017
Yes the DOIs get well resolved by the dx.doi.org site, that works fine. However, I want to like to get the metadata of publications through the https://en.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/data/citation/zotero site as it gives back json information that then can be imported in a mediawiki. This The "%2F format works fine for other publications through the API so I don't think this is a problem either. So see for example: https://en.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/data/citation/zotero/10.1111%2Fj.1751-8369.2002.tb00087.x
It needs the "%2F" in the DOI to solve the URL (won't work with "/".
May 15 2017
One more comment I would like to add; both journals are included in the pubmed database. If it helps these are their specifics:
May 11 2017
Jul 2 2015
Experiencing the same problem. When setting up a wiki with OpenID as provider, and using the "Special:OpenIDServer/id" URL to connect to my wiki, it lets you type your username, password but returns with an error on the webpage: