I posted a long question before, and it was suggested that I should split it into separate chunks, so here it is.
I wrote a book using the memoir class. It has about three hundreds notes and references, plus a substantial bibliography.
I have a very varied mix of notes and references, sometimes it's an article from a newspaper, sometimes a publication on a scientific journal, sometimes it's an old book, sometimes there is no external reference, and it's just me explaining something a little more in depth.
I wanted to have a list of notes at the end of the book, divided by chapters. So, after reading the documentation I decided to use the
\pagenote command, and then add
\let\pagenote=\endnote before the beginning of the document.
I got something satisfactory out of it, but I'm not convinced that I'm doing things properly. For example, there should be a proper order for the name of the author, the source, the link, etc... given by the system, not by hand.
Given the circumstances, what do you think is the best way to manage all of those links, references, and footnotes?
THis is what it looks like right now.