In german computer science it is quite common to use citations like
[HoBo12, pp.1-4] for say,
Hoy, Jane; Boy, John 2010: The great story. The rules for composing this label depend on the amount of authors and their order. Seemingly, this is defined in DIN5015-2 and ISO690, but the wikipedia page only talks about the bibliography and not about the in text references. Weirdly, there is a Zotero style named DIN1505-2 which kind of does that, but still seems to have a few bugs or the official definition (which I can't find talking about this topic) thinks that weird things are nice e.g.
[HoBo12, pp.1-2, WVDE13, p.2] (notice that a ; would be nicer).
I think this style is quite nice and would like to use it for an English text. Therefore I would like to choose an accepted style from an english speaking nation.
Question: Are there any other styles in that form (maybe even defined in a Zotero CSL-format)? I still think it looks a bit big with the additional page information. Something like this would be perfect
[HoBo12:1-2; WVDE13:2]. Is this an offical style?