We've created a new Facebook page for the Public Knowledge Project. You can "Like" us, post a comment and let us know what you are up to, add a photo, or otherwise just say "hi"! We'll use this to send out news items or notifications once in a while, but we won't overwhelm you :-)
A registration form is now available for Open Access Publishing: a Public Knowledge Project Workshop.
The Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR) has recently produced a screencast of an OJS-SWORD-DSpace deposit using their forthcoming OJS SWORD plugin.
This exciting development comes from their work on submitting materials from OJS and OCS to institutional repositories through the OJS/OCS Repository Deposit Project.
The group also contributed the OJS and OCS METS export plugins (based on the Australian and OJS METS Journal Profiles) included in the latest releases.
The Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (ASPR) is hosting a PKP Users group meeting at the University of Sydney on December 4 and 5, 2008.
The speakers will include John and MJ from PKP, as well as many members of the Australian PKP community.
It is outstanding to see this group developing, and we hope that it will inspire others to set something similar up in their own countries.