I officially request a DOI for your Original Sin article, your first reference to the 2004 Nature paper on genealogical ancestry, the series you did on Sailhammer and a Genealogical Adam, and any other key articles you think are important for me to cite.
PS: What cross post? Do you mean a link?
Yes. The process, for you should be:
Make a PDF of the article, including or not including comments (as you wish).
Upload PDF to Zenodo, fill out meta data, and publish (include it in the Peaceful Science “community” there).
Include the DOI (and link) in the original article, either at end or beginning, so people who read it know how to cite DOI.
Then cite away. For example, my Sapientia article is here: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1328264. Scroll down and you will see citation models on the right panel. Click the DOI icon to get HTML code too.
I can cite it in a Bibliography as:
S. Joshua Swamidass. (2017). A Genealogical Adam and Eve in Evolution. Sapientia. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1328264
There is HTML, markdown, restructured Text methods of citing too. Using the Markdown code, I can even add it to discourse with this code, copied from Zenodo:
That renders like this:
This link is guaranteed to work forever, and is also a good way of doing archival references: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1328264
So let me know if you need help. I absolutely do want the DOI’s just mentioned too. Can you help me out?