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Welcome! The PKP wiki is a resource for developers, translators, managers and other users to share ideas and work on common problems.
New to PKP?
Head to the PKP website to read up on the various software products produced by PKP, including OJS, OMP, OCS and OHS. You will also find demos and installation instructions there.
Looking for Help?
Your question may already be answered on the PKP Frequently Asked Questions page.
Visit the PKP Forum -- look for an answer, post a question
Visit the PKP Forum -- look for answers, post a question, answer a question
Come to the PKP Conference 19-21 August in Mexico City
PKP Deutschland-Österreich-Schweiz -- Deutschsprachige PKP-Entwicklerseiten (German PKP Developer Community)
PKP European Network -- a loose collaboration of European institutions and organizations interested in using and advancing the software applications of the Public Knowledge Project.
How to Get Involved
We would love your involvement in the PKP community! There are many ways to contribute, whether it be by contributing code, translations, documentation or answering questions on the forum. Check out the links below:
Projects and Sub-Projects -- these include plugins, core components and other application-level functionality, typically developed in partnership between PKP and other community development partners.
User Documentation -- for end users of PKP products
Visit the PKP Forum -- look for an answer, post a question, post an answer
Translator Documentation -- PKP software has been translated into many languages. Learn how it's done.
Developer Documentation -- how to develop PKP software
General Software Milestones -- a rough guide to upcoming PKP software releases for all products
PKP WAL Roadmap -- roadmap for the PKP Web Application Library, a shared codebase common to all PKP applications
Development Cycle -- description of the pattern PKP follows in terms of releases and branches
For PKP Partners
This is a holding place for content that needs to be categorized -- in the process of figuring out where it belongs.