Welcome to the new PKP website!

September 17th, 2013 by  | 10 Comments

As you may know, the last couple months the PKP team has been hard at work designing our new website; and today we unveil the result!

After many years, our old website had grown to contain so much information and content that it had become quite a maze. With this new website we present anything you may want to know about PKP in an easily accessible and visually pleasing form.  Whether you are looking for information about our software, research projects, the PKP community, or sources of support available to you; you will be able to quickly find what you need.

There may still be some broken links and missing content: if you find any, then please let us know!

10 Comments on "Welcome to the new PKP website!"

  1. Hello.

    I am looking for your link which displays institutions implementing OJS. At the old version of PKP web site the link is http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs-journals.

    Please enable this content so we can know list of institutions using OJS. It would be beneficial for us.

    Thanks.
    Chandra
    Indonesia

    • Karen Meijer-Kline says:

      Hi Chandra,

      We are currently investigating how and whether to reinstate the list of journals using OJS, or whether we want to find another way of displaying usage numbers.
      Please check back again later.

      All best,
      Karen
      Public Knowledge Project

  2. Thanks Karen for your information.

    I would like to know, is there any annual meeting for OJS administrator whihch PKP or other institution hold? I think it is beneficial to increase administrator knowledge and networking.

    Thanks.

  3. Niels Erik Frederiksen says:

    Hi
    I’m looking for your OJS video instructions for editors, reviewers and authors, but I can’t find them.
    Could you please help me.
    Best Regards
    Niels Erik

  4. Hi Niels Erik Frederiksen.

    I have some videos on how-to-use Open Journal Systems. But it is in Indonesian language.

  5. I have some writings on Open Journal Systems concerning how to use or how to operate OJS. For those who wants to learn OJS you may read my writings via this site http://ilmukomputer.org/author/hchandraleka/.

    The articles is in Indonesian language.

  6. TTM says:

    I followed your old site for a long time and I must say that was better than the present one in reading the contents and navigation. May be you want to add more functionality and use the flexibility of the wordpress platform. I would request you to fix the fonts and their display on wordpress. The fonts look thin and very light gray on white background they are tough for the eyes to look on. Best

  7. Nick says:

    Nice site and wonderful project, but please, as Andrea Szalay just said, modify the style as soon as possible, the thin grey font with the white background made the website hardly readable.
    Best regards
    Nick

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