I am really happy with the authortitle-style provided by BibLatex. I am using it to cite in footnotes (with ibid enabled). The first mentions of a citation look something like this:
1 Medina, Cybernetic Revolutionaries, S. 127.
Yet I would like to give my reader a direct glimpse at the year in which to entry has been written.
1 Medina, Cybernetic Revolutionaries (2011), S. 127.
It does not need to reappear when in "ibid."-mentions, it can stay like "vgl. ebd., S. 128". Nothing else has to change.
Is there a simple way to do it, or do you have a style in mind that enables this (or similar) by default?
If it is to complicated to implement because it needs different commands for every entry type, I would also be okay with the following general rule, where the Year appears in brackets directly after the author:
1 Medina (2011), Cybernetic Revolutionaries, S. 127.
Thank you so much!