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I see that OJS is getting a lot of activity, but OCS is not. Specifically, I notice the smarty template implementation, good call.
I did customizations in the past to the OCS, but when a new year's conference was added, the custom changes did not carry over. Hence a look for upgrades before I 're-customize'.
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OCS has been very functional and stable, but due to the many changes in PHP etc. it's long overdue for a rewrite. While we haven't got any concrete news to give you, the PKP team is very interested in bringing OCS to the same level as OJS. Stay tuned...
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