"Complete" generic German style as template
I'm in the process of writing a generic German style for the humanities with well-ordered and documented code and full support for all Zotero entry types and fields (it's more work than I thought!). I do this mainly in order to have a "complete" template from which I (or others) can more easily derive specific styles for journals, publishers etc. I have already contributed a few styles to the CSL repository (Leviathan, Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft) and have some others (Archiv für Mediengeschichte, Navigationen, Schüren, Transcript) that I haven't made public so far. I will also try to write a "complete" German style with author-year citations. My question is whether it is a good idea to make these "template" styles public once they are done and thoroughly tested.