OCS development discussion, enhancement requests, third-party patches and plug-ins.
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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:
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I have checked the forums and I see this question has been raised some time ago - I realise that this is a non-trivial thing to do and I am still only a PHP novice but I would like to create another role within OCS. This role would be a conference administrator and would be similar to that of conference manager but the user would have responsibility for only a scheduled conference and not have access to the general management menu.
I have created a new role of subManager and changed the templates, locales, pages and classes where I have found any code relating to the roles but I am not sure if I have found it all or of any other changes I should make.
I would be grateful if you could tell me if what I am doing is possible and give me any advice at all.
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