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The OJS Technical Reference
and the OJS API Reference
are both available from the OJS Documentation
page. While these are OJS-specific, the OCS codebase is similar enough to OJS they should be of help. There is also an [url=http://pkp.sfu.ca/ocs_documentation[/url]OCS Documentation[/url] page with some more general documentation that might also be of interest.Git:
You can access our public Git Repository here
. Comprehensive Git usage instructions are available on the wiki
You can access our Bugzilla report tracker here
You can use our Google Custom Search
to search across our main website, the support forum, and Bugzilla.
Questions and discussion are welcome, but if you have a workflow or usability question you should probably post to the OCS Conference Support and Discussion
subforum; if you have a technical support question, try the OCS Technical Support
I was a bit surprised to see that OCS 2 does not have a scheduler! Somewhat unusual to lose features when you upgrade? My clients are wondering if this will be available for their 2008 conferences (June & July).
PS: Pardon me if this info is available elsewhere, but I wasn't able to find it on my own.
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That's correct -- OCS 2.0 does not have a scheduler included. We're planning to include something at least as comprehensive in the next release of OCS; we'll finalize plans for this release as soon as OJS 2.2 is finished (which should be very shortly).
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