Following this: Is there some way to make it easier to quote and find relevant texts?

Hebrewbooks is a great site, very helpful with sources and texts, a wonderful interface and good options. Still, sometimes looking up a book can be frustrating and annoying.

Is it possible to have a reference to good texts, and/or good versions of books (e.g. SA with nosei kelim etc.) to use when quoting?

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  • Somewhat related: meta.judaism.stackexchange.com/q/1232 – msh210 Oct 15 '12 at 13:58
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    By the way, WikiShivah has a sort of agreement with Responsa.co.il that automatically has a "מקור" feature: You put the book name in, and choose chapter and verse (or whatever), and it gives you a free link (this page quotes one such link) – b a Oct 16 '12 at 0:06
  • @ba, that's what I was referencing here :) – JNF Oct 16 '12 at 6:42

Dr. Melech Tanen's "Sources on the Net" is such a reference.

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  • Very good! Thank you – JNF Oct 16 '12 at 6:48

This might also be useful for earlier works: http://rabbinics.org/

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WikiText (וויקיטקסט) is also really great!!


(Thanks to @Moses here)

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I wanted to make a wiki to combine answers and add, perhaps by category:

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