I appreciate that EvidenceExplained (EE) is much more than a bunch of recipe citations, but my question is about the conventions used in its citation style.
I like the way that EE treats online publications on an equal footing with traditional publications; it's much more logical than the Chicago manual of style conventions.
I now find myself using the EE variant in a publication that has nothing to do with genealogy, simply because I like it better. My question is how to explain this to editors and publishers. Is there a summary page that explains the differences from what they may be used to, and the rationale? Is there a precedent for the use of the EE conventions outside of genealogy?