community posts

The launch of editoria.pub

Coko’s open source, browser-based books production workflow tool Editoria recently launched a new web presence located at https://editoria.pub. This is the single space that university presses, library publishers and others interested in following the development of this tool and the community supporting it can go to learn more via helpful resources. This week, in celebration…

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Focus on Aperture

On June 18, at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting in Singapore, the Publishing Roundtable will solicit feedback from attendees on Aperture, the organization’s new publishing platform expected to release in 2019. More than a platform, Aperture aims to rethink the ‘norms’ associated with communicating academic research, bringing transparency and interactivity to the publishing…

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Europe PMC and Coko Announce Partnership

The Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (CoKo) and Europe PMC are excited to announce a new partnership  to develop web-based, open source content and workflow management components that will enable ingest and processing of manuscripts. The system will be built on Coko’s PubSweet technology framework and will contribute to the vision of creating modern, digital-first technologies that…

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Engage with Editoria: How to get involved with the community

Note: This post was originally published on editoria.pub. Editoria is powered by Coko technology. There has never been a tool quite like Editoria. Several elements make Editoria unique, setting it far apart from open and proprietary tools that came before it. It was designed by subject matter experts and actual users! And the ability to…

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Coko joins World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

We are pleased to announce that Coko has become a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This is “an international community that develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.” The organization is led by web inventor Tim Berners-Lee (Director) and CEO Jeffrey Jaffe. As members, Coko will be able…

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Micropublication Workflows

As the newest member of the Coko team, I’m still learning how we make the magic happen with our partners and community members. Last week, I got to see the magic in action during a great meeting with micropublication.org. Part of this magic involves the Cabbage Tree Method—a process Adam designed to help publishers and researchers…

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OS Bazaar – Berlin 2017

On October 23rd 2017 in Berlin, we held a one day FORCE pre-meeting open source bazaar in partnership with Hypothesis.  The day opened with a discussion on about replacing our currently siloed scholarly communications platforms and tools with a new ecosystem of open source technologies. This is the only way to transform the sector at…

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Carly Strasser joining Coko!

Last spring Adam and Kristen did some strategic planning and realized that building community is a top priority. Open source software development done in isolation usually fails. Coko is taking a community-driven software approach that engages the wider stakeholders from design through implementation. We began a search to find the best person to work with…

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Hindawi Limited & Coko Announce Partnership

Building Momentum, Building Community with PubSweet fueled platforms Today is another big news day for Coko. This morning, Hindawi Limited announced a partnership with Coko to build open-source solutions that manage content and workflow from initial authoring through manuscript submission, peer review, and production. This is the goal and promise of the PubSweet technology framework:…

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