thanks for answering! The journal itself is issue-based. But we use the advantages of an online edition to present the articles in two different orders. All we need is a kind of "doubled" list of contents: one that uses a traditional issue-based listing, and one that is ongoing that lists the debates. Each debate (like an issue) gets an own page. Here's a sample for such a debate page: http://www.connotations.uni-tuebingen.d ... r01613.htm
. Plus each article has a little header that points to the other articles in a debate (similar to a customized "related posts"-field).
I'm not sure how OJS could mirror such a structure. Up to now I experimented with adding an extra static page for the debates into the standard OJS installation. But I haven't found a solution yet. But if you're willing to help out a little, I'd gladly keep on trying.