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CrossRef announced that the new XML schema 4.3 will be the only schema supported from next year on. Is there any chance that the CrossRef XML Export Plugin gets upgraded in time?
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I was going to post the same question. Very interested.
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We're aware of this; I've filed a Bugzilla entry for an upgrade to the CrossRef plugin at http://pkp.sfu.ca/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=4803
. I'd suggest CCing yourself on that entry so that you'll be notified when its status changes.
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