OJS/OMP 3.2 + OPS Beta Now Available for Download

February 28th, 2020 by  | Comments Off on OJS/OMP 3.2 + OPS Beta Now Available for Download

The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is pleased to announce the arrival of our latest major releases. Open Journal Systems (OJS) and Open Monograph Press (OMP) 3.2 are now available to download. With this release we are also launching a new addition to the PKP software suite, Open Preprint Systems (OPS), in beta. 

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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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Where’s OJS/OMP 3.2? Release Q & A

January 27th, 2020 by  | Comments Off on Where’s OJS/OMP 3.2? Release Q & A

In September 2019, we announced a code freeze leading up to the release of OJS/OMP 3.2 in what we hoped would be January 2020. Between holding an international conference, the December holidays, and some exciting new advancements, we admittedly got a bit off schedule. We now expect to have this major release completed for the […]

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PKP Moves to GPL v3 Software License

January 23rd, 2020 by  | Comments Off on PKP Moves to GPL v3 Software License

Starting with OJS/OMP 3.2, the Public Knowledge Project (PKP)  is moving from version 2 to version 3 of the GNU General Public License (GPL) for its software releases. The software license is a legal document that safeguards free and open source software to keep it free and available to the community that builds it. The […]

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Introducing Weblate, A New Path for OJS/OMP Translations

January 22nd, 2020 by  | Comments Off on Introducing Weblate, A New Path for OJS/OMP Translations

How does software, created nearly twenty years ago at a university in Canada, become one of the world’s most widely used journal publishing platforms? Being free and open source hasn’t hurt the success of Open Journal Systems (OJS), but another major factor has been, and continues to be, the countless volunteers who have translated our […]

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