PKP Sprint Fall 2014 Results

October 14th, 2014 by  | No Comments

We had the pleasure of inviting our far-flung community to join us for a few days of intense group work just prior to our 2014 Annual General Meeting. This was our second development sprint and once again a diverse and talented mix of people came together and exceeded our expectations. A blank agenda allowed us […]

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5th International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference: scholarship, technology, and community

October 9th, 2014 by  | 7 Comments

Save the date! The Public Knowledge Project is pleased to announce that the Fifth International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference will take place August 12-14, 2015 at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In collaboration with the Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing and the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab / Digital Humanities Summer Institute, the […]

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Annual Report 2013 available

October 2nd, 2014 by  | No Comments

Concurrent with the PKP Annual General Meeting, which takes place tomorrow October 3rd in Burnaby, Canada, PKP has published its annual report for 2013. The report includes updates for all our areas of activity: such as software development, research,  and community involvement.

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PKP Roundup – September 29

September 29th, 2014 by  | No Comments

Curious what the PKP team has been working on this week? The PKP Roundup gives quick updates on our latest software (and other) developments. PKP Development Sprint: Following on our very successful first development sprint in March 2014, this week PKP developers will once more gather with many of our partners to work intensively on […]

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OJS 2.4.5 has been released!

September 18th, 2014 by  | 4 Comments

You will find the release notes here, but some of the more exciting new features are: OJS now supports automatic CrossRef deposits. With this new version of OJS comes an updated “2.0” release of the CrossRef plugin, adding new functionality and features; such as automatic deposits. This plugin will see continued refinement and improvement as […]

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Introducing the Developers blog

September 15th, 2014 by  | 6 Comments

Hello all, This is the first of what will hopefully become a series of posts about the technical aspects of PKP software, including tips and tricks for developers and system administrators. We hope it will be useful to anyone maintaining or customizing an OJS installation or interested in contributing. You will find all the developer […]

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PKP Roundup – September 12

September 12th, 2014 by  | 2 Comments

After a short hiatus while we were working hard on finishing up OJS 2.4.5, the PKP Roundup is back with news on our latest software developments. OJS Stable line (2.4.x): OJS 2.4.5 will be available Monday September 15, so stay tuned. More information on what is included in this particular release will be available then.

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PKP Roundup – August 8

August 8th, 2014 by  | 2 Comments

Curious what the PKP team has been working on this week? The PKP Roundup gives quick updates on our latest software developments. OJS Stable line (2.4.x): Work continues on finishing up OJS 2.4.5. Translations have started and bug fixes should be completed by the end of next week. The translations should be completed by August 22, […]

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Applications for OpenCon now available

August 5th, 2014 by  | No Comments

Applications for OpenCon, an international conference on Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data specifically for students and early career researchers are now available: The event will bring together students and early career researchers from across the world to learn about the issues, develop critical skills, and return home ready to catalyze action toward a more […]

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SAJLIS: increased manuscript submissions with OJS

July 30th, 2014 by  | No Comments

Since adopting an open access, online-only format in 2012, with its workflow managed via OJS , the South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science (SAJLIS) has enjoyed almost a doubling of manuscript submissions. From receiving sixteen and fifteen manuscripts in the first and second semesters of 2013 respectively, the first half of 2014 saw close to […]

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