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Coko is seeking one or more Node.js / React Developers

We are seeking one or more talented Node,js / React developer(s) to work with us on improving scholarly / scientific publishing forever. Coko is looking for individuals with 2+ years of programming experience. You can be located anywhere in the world as long as good bandwidth and infrastructure uptime are available. Financial compensation to be…

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PagedMedia Announcement

The following announcement is regarding pagedmedia.org, which is a project started by Adam Hyde, Coko CoFounder, and funded by the Shuttleworth Foundation. It is not a Coko project as such, but closely affiliated! Please distribute widely! PagedMedia Announcement PagedMedia is a project to educate and inspire publishers to use HTML, CSS and JavaScript to produce…

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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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Coko & eLife partner on first PubSweet fueled journals submission & peer-review platform

Earlier this week, eLife announced a partnership with Coko to build an open source solution for submission, peer review and processing of manuscripts. The limitations of the currently available systems are substantial. We both believe there’s a better way — an open source solution that draws on our collective knowledge and experience as publishers and…

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