PKP 2017 Sprint Report: Open Typesetting Stack

September 29th, 2017 by  | 1 Comment

During the Fall 2017 PKP Sprint event in Montreal, one of the groups decided to focus on improving the current user experience of the Open Typesetting Stack, the OJS3 Open Typesetting Stack plugin, and the Texture WYSIWYG editor used by the Open Typesetting Stack.

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PKP Sprint 2016: XML and Substance

April 29th, 2016 by  | Comments Off on PKP Sprint 2016: XML and Substance

The XML Parsing & Production Group at the 2016 PKP Sprint in Montreal achieved a number of major milestones made possible by the participation of the developers of Substance Editor. PKP recently entered into a collaboration with Substance to incorporate their WYSIWYG tools into our XML pipeline, and this was the first time that everyone […]

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The XML Markup Evaluation Corpus

April 18th, 2016 by  | Comments Off on The XML Markup Evaluation Corpus

PKP is pleased to announce the release of our automated XML markup evaluation corpus. This corpus is a major component of PKP’s Smarter Scholarly Texts for Cross-Platform Publishing, Text-mining and Indexing project. When we began development of our new automated XML markup pipeline (http://github.com/pkp/xmlps) several years ago, we realized there was no easy way for […]

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Checking in on the PKP XML Parsing Service

November 19th, 2015 by  | Comments Off on Checking in on the PKP XML Parsing Service

You may not know that PKP has a pretty storied history with automated article parsing. Many, many years ago (circa 2008), we had a project called Lemon8-XML which worked as a complementary application to OJS. With Lemon8, journal editors could upload a Word (or Word-compatible) document into a web interface which would attempt to parse […]

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