PKP 2019 – Call for Proposals Now Open

April 1st, 2019 by  | Comments Off on PKP 2019 – Call for Proposals Now Open

Share your story, knowledge, or research! The Public Knowledge Project invites proposals for participation in the 7th PKP International Scholarly Publishing Conference. The conference is co-hosted by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and will take place on campus in Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain from November 20-22, 2019, with a pre-conference sprint November 18-19.

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Going All In with OJS 3

March 19th, 2019 by  | Comments Off on Going All In with OJS 3

On February 25, 2019, Cultural Anthropology, the peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA), was relaunched on OJS 3. Yet this relaunch was not the beginning of the SCA’s relationship to OJS and its creator, the Public Knowledge Project. In some ways, it marked the culmination of a relationship that extends back over […]

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PKP Documentation Update

March 14th, 2019 by  | 2 Comments

The PKP Documentation Interest Group (DIG) has been hard at work. Together, with the PKP community, we’ve been busy updating, editing, and creating documentation on the new PKP Docs Hub.

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Calling for Greater Public Accountability in Big Pharma’s Patent Collaborations

March 12th, 2019 by  | Comments Off on Calling for Greater Public Accountability in Big Pharma’s Patent Collaborations

My beat on SLAW.ca is typically, if not all too predictably, the copyright trials and tribulations of scholarly communication. I’d be the first to admit that matters of access to this body of knowledge are relatively straightforward compared to what takes place next door with patent licensing, especially when pharmaceuticals are involved.

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OJS 3.1.2 Released

March 1st, 2019 by  | 1 Comment

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is pleased to announce the release of Open Journal Systems (OJS) 3.1.2. We would like to thank the PKP community, including support from our global network of sustainers, developers, and publishing clients, for making this update possible. This release includes minor bug fixes and enhancements as well as several new […]

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Why we sprint – and why you should join us.

February 21st, 2019 by  | 1 Comment

Hackathon. Unconference. Codefest. Sprint. There are many names for collaborative events in the world of open source software (OSS). At the Public Knowledge Project (PKP), we hold two-day events called “sprints.”

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PKP 2019 Conference – Save the Date

February 8th, 2019 by  | 2 Comments

Got plans this November? Now you do! We are pleased to announce the 7th PKP International Scholarly Publishing Conference will be held November 18-22, 2019 at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain.

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New Job Opportunities

February 5th, 2019 by  | Comments Off on New Job Opportunities

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is seeking general software developers to join our team. If you’ve got experience with current web development technology and SQL, Apache, and Linux server administration, then we want to hear from you!

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Announcing “Getting Found, Staying Found” (2nd Edition)

January 28th, 2019 by  | Comments Off on Announcing “Getting Found, Staying Found” (2nd Edition)

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is pleased to announced the release of Getting Found, Staying Found, Increasing Impact (2nd Edition) on PKP┃Help. Getting Found, Staying Found is a resource for open access (OA) journals, especially those using Open Journal Systems (OJS). The resource provides guidance around issues of discoverability and sustainability including visibility, increasing profile […]

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Register now for SFU Sprint

January 21st, 2019 by  | 2 Comments

Are you an OJS, OMP, OCS or OHS user? Do you have ideas on how to make these products better? Then get ready to sprint! The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) invites you to our SFU Sprint May 6-7, 2019 in our hometown of Vancouver, Canada. And because PKP doesn’t exist without you – our community […]

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