Hypothes.is plugin for OJS
I was fortunate recently to attend a conference at Schloss Dagstuhl in Germany called Digital Scholarship and Open Science in Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences. There I made contact with Maryann Martone from the Hypothes.is team, and in the interests of adding production-ready code to the considerable outcomes of that conference, I wrote a Hypothes.is plugin for OJS 2.4.x.
Hypothes.is has been getting a lot of attention of late as a popular way to add scholar-friendly discussion and annotation tools to web-based content. We hope that someday soon we’ll be able to apply it not just to published content but also as a workflow tool — its manuscript-centric approach makes it an attractive option for peer review, for example.
Here is a brief demonstration of the plugin:
Thanks to Maryann Martone and Dan Whaley for letting me pick their brains in the process!