Fixed problems in the publishing guidelines.

parent dea3ff71
......@@ -328,8 +328,15 @@ to obtain information you need for your printing version.
\item
Contact QA to announce your intention to publish a KCSS book.
They will respond by issuing you a number
(see \autoref{sub:numbers_versions}) and, if requested, an ISBN
(please note that ISBN registration fees have to be covered by the author).
(see \autoref{sub:numbers_versions}).
If you want your book to have its own ISBN number,
it is your responsibility to request one.
Note that we do not recommend obtaining an ISBN number
since we do not see much sense in having one.
If you want one nevertheless,
your printing service may offer an ISBN number
as part of your printing package
(of course, all ISBN fees have to be covered by the author).
Check with your printing service whether having a custom ISBN
changes the way the printing service handles publishing rights.
Some services require you to transfer copying rights,
......@@ -655,11 +662,9 @@ The differences are summarized in \autoref{tab:structure}.
For a student's thesis, a macro \lstinline|\eidesstatt| is provided
to be called at this point.
\item Summary. For dissertations and habilitation treatises,
it is common to give the summary in German,
even if the rest of the work is in English.
\item Abstract. This is a very compact summary.
\item Abstract. For dissertations and habilitation treatises,
it is common to include both an English and a German version
of the abstract if the rest of the work is in English.
\item For dissertation and habilitation treatises,
a preface written by the supervisor.
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