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=PKP WAL Overview=
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The PKP Web Application Library is a shared codebase common to most or all PKP applications. Upcoming versions of PKP Harvester2, OJS and OCS will be developed using this abstracted code library. The WAL will include common code functions such as for user management; common libraries such as ADODB and TinyMCE; common template and style files; and common locale files. The WAL is not meant to be a standalone program; rather, it is being developed to reduce bugs, reduce code duplication and overhead, and to provide a basis for future application development and modularization.  The PKP WAL is included in the distribution and can be found in lib/pkp there. Its CVS module is "pkp".
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=Development Roadmap=
 
=Development Roadmap=
  
You will find the OJS development roadmap for 2009 below. Please note that these dates are not fixed. OJS development is currently following two development branches: a 'stable' 2.2.x line which includes mainly bugfixes and will be an easy upgrade for users of the current 2.2.2 release (and who do not need much in the way of new features); and a 'devel' 2.3 line, which includes large-scale changes in the underlying codebase as well as many new features.
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You will find the PKP WAL development roadmap for 2009 below. Please note that these dates are not fixed. The first PKP application to ship using the PKP WAL is Harvester 2.3, followed by OJS and OCS 2.3. The initial OMP 1.0 release will also ship using the PKP WAL.
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== Future Development ==
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This list isn't all-inclusive, but should give a good snapshot of current areas of interest.
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'''User Interface Development'''
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* Better Notifications of actionable workflow items
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* Support for jQuery
  
While we do attempt to list all bugs tracked against a given release, quite often a bug report against one release will be ported to another (this is especially the case with 2.2.x bugfixes into the devel branch; less so with 2.3 enhancements into the stable branch). This is also the case with some bugs tracked against other applications such as Open Conference Systems. You are encouraged to browse [http://pkp.sfu.ca/bugzilla our Bugzilla database] fully.
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'''XML Support'''
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* Enhanced XML->HTML/PDF rendering support through the XML Galleys plugin
  
== Milestone 2.2.3 ('''Q1 2009''') ==
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'''Networking and Communications Development'''
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* Implementation of social networking/communications tools for Facebook, Citeulike, Slashdot, etc.
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* More robust notification options (email and RSS)
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* Enhanced comments system

Revision as of 12:24, 16 September 2009

PKP WAL Overview

The PKP Web Application Library is a shared codebase common to most or all PKP applications. Upcoming versions of PKP Harvester2, OJS and OCS will be developed using this abstracted code library. The WAL will include common code functions such as for user management; common libraries such as ADODB and TinyMCE; common template and style files; and common locale files. The WAL is not meant to be a standalone program; rather, it is being developed to reduce bugs, reduce code duplication and overhead, and to provide a basis for future application development and modularization. The PKP WAL is included in the distribution and can be found in lib/pkp there. Its CVS module is "pkp".

Development Roadmap

You will find the PKP WAL development roadmap for 2009 below. Please note that these dates are not fixed. The first PKP application to ship using the PKP WAL is Harvester 2.3, followed by OJS and OCS 2.3. The initial OMP 1.0 release will also ship using the PKP WAL.

Future Development

This list isn't all-inclusive, but should give a good snapshot of current areas of interest.

User Interface Development

  • Better Notifications of actionable workflow items
  • Support for jQuery

XML Support

  • Enhanced XML->HTML/PDF rendering support through the XML Galleys plugin

Networking and Communications Development

  • Implementation of social networking/communications tools for Facebook, Citeulike, Slashdot, etc.
  • More robust notification options (email and RSS)
  • Enhanced comments system