Thanks so much for the latest release. I'm waiting until the 2.3.1 point release comes out before upgrading, but it looks great so far.
A couple of questions regarding providing access to my OJS-powered journal:
a) Is OJS OpenURL compliant, and if so, can anyone guide me in how I may get my journal listed by universities' OpenURL resolvers (e.g. their SFX journal finding services)? I can't find a thread here which answers this question.
I'm not sure if it's related, but I've already set up my OAI provider in several services, such as OCLC's OAIster, the Open Archives initiative index, the University of Illinois index and so on.
b) On the more general note of increasing visibility, I'd like to hear if anyone has tips on how to go about getting a journal listed in popular indexing services. I've followed all the relevant tips in the OJS "Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact" document, but still find myself in the situation where normal academic users, from the starting point of their university library catalogue, cannot find my journal.
Thanks in advance, and keep up the excellent work.