Employment Opportunity: Scholcomm Software Developer

December 28th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Employment Opportunity: Scholcomm Software Developer

Contact: Alec Smecher, Associate Director of Development Public Knowledge Project SFU Library, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC asmecher@sfu.ca Job Title: Scholcomm Software Developer The Scholcomm (Scholarly Communications) Software Developer is responsible for ensuring that PKP’s software applications meet international standards for scholarly publishing. This developer will gather requirements, investigate bug reports, and write code that […]

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Employment Opportunity: Back-End Software Developer

December 28th, 2021 by  | 1 Comment

Contact: Alec Smecher, Associate Director of Development Public Knowledge Project SFU Library, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC asmecher@sfu.ca Job Title: Back-End Software Developer The Back-End Software Developer is responsible for ensuring that PKP’s software applications follow best practices for application architecture and deployment. The Back-End Software Developer will improve the application’s performance and stability, and […]

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Location of known journals using PKP’s Open Journal Systems

December 9th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Location of known journals using PKP’s Open Journal Systems

PKP’s software is widely used around the world, but it is only now that we feel confident in stating that Open Journal Systems (OJS) is supporting over 25,000 active journals, collectively publishing up to a million articles per year. Keeping track of this large user community is challenging, but comprehensive and research-based data collection regarding […]

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Seeking Volunteers to Translate Public Knowledge Project Documentation

September 8th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Seeking Volunteers to Translate Public Knowledge Project Documentation

We are seeking volunteer documentation translators to translate PKP’s documentation. Thanks to the tireless efforts of our volunteers, PKP’s software has been translated into 45+ different languages. Our user base is global, and we want to continually improve the accessibility of our tools for academic publishing communities worldwide.  In addition to our open source software […]

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PKP is testing the upcoming release of OJS 3.4

July 27th, 2021 by  | 2 Comments

We would like to invite the community to help us with these tests. We have received 3 quick tests to help us assess their feasibility. Each link is an independent interface. Please test each link separately. Test 1 https://app.usabilityhub.com/do/df9024c8772b/2b4e 2 Test 2 https://app.usabilityhub.com/do/2834466c2e23/adee 1 Test 3 https://app.usabilityhub.com/do/50f0868aaec9/3551 2

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Here we go! What’s planned for 3.4

April 28th, 2021 by  | Comments Off on Here we go! What’s planned for 3.4

Since the release of OJS/OMP/OPS 3.3, we’ve been hard at work planning our next major release. In this post, I’ll kick off our 3.4 development cycle by sharing our plans for the next six months, including major work on email notifications, DOIs, accessibility, and code modernization.

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We’re Hiring: Software Developer

October 7th, 2020 by  | Comments Off on We’re Hiring: Software Developer

Do you have experience developing secure, user-friendly, and cross-platform software solutions using PHP, SQL and JavaScript? Are you interested in working remotely on a small team developing high profile open source software? If yes, we want to hear from you!

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OJS, OMP, and OPS 3.2.1 Release

June 22nd, 2020 by  | Comments Off on OJS, OMP, and OPS 3.2.1 Release

It’s time to upgrade! PKP is pleased to announce the release of OJS, OMP, and OPS 3.2.1. With this release, Open Preprint Systems (OPS) is officially out of beta, joining Open Journal Systems (OJS) and Open Monograph Press (OMP) in our regular release and support cycle. 

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Release Notebook for OJS/OMP 3.2 Now Available

February 11th, 2020 by  | Comments Off on Release Notebook for OJS/OMP 3.2 Now Available

The release of OJS/OMP 3.2 is right around the corner. If your institution has written custom themes or plugins, your technical staff may need to make changes to the code which runs your journals and presses before you update.

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Introducing PKP Developer Docs

June 6th, 2019 by  | Comments Off on Introducing PKP Developer Docs

Are you a software developer using OJS and/or OMP? Need help building themes, writing plugins, or developing new features? If so, help has arrived. PKP is excited to announce the launch of our Developer Documentation (aka Developer Docs). This new site is part of the PKP Docs Hub, our home for all PKP user guides. […]

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