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OJS version 2.0 planning?

Postby rsshaw » Fri Feb 25, 2005 2:54 pm

Is it possible to give an idea of when OJS version 2 might become available? This would be helpful in planning how we approach publishing a new journal (e.g. based on which version, how much effort to invest in customizing ver 1.x, etc.)

How compatible is version 2.0 expected to be with 1.x? Is migration of an existing 1.x journal expected to be easy, somewhat hard, definitely difficult, ...?

Thanks for your insights.
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Re: OJS version 2.0 planning?

Postby kevin » Sat Feb 26, 2005 4:55 pm

Is it possible to give an idea of when OJS version 2 might become available? This would be helpful in planning how we approach publishing a new journal (e.g. based on which version, how much effort to invest in customizing ver 1.x, etc.)


I am reluctant to give any firm release date. The current status of the project is that it is close to functionally complete and undergoing some initial testing.

How compatible is version 2.0 expected to be with 1.x? Is migration of an existing 1.x journal expected to be easy, somewhat hard, definitely difficult, ...?


Support for migrating 1.x content will not be included in the first 2.0 release. It will be the highest priority for the first follow-up release.
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