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Onboarding Doc (draft)

We have recently updated our onboarding doc for developers as we have a lot of people and orgs looking to start development on existing platforms in the Cokoverse. Below is pretty much the gist of it. If you have comments on how to improve this please email Adam! (adam@coko.foundation). ONBOARDING GUIDE   Tools The first…

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2020 Update #2: Announcing Hindawi’s Continued Investment in Coko

We are excited to continue this series of Coko update announcements highlighting the growth and good health of our communities. Hindawi Ltd., one of the original founding members of the PubSweet community are renewing their financial support of Coko and PubSweet. This is a tangible sign of the organization’s continued commitment to community led shared…

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Attend the Phenom Webinar

Coko, Hindawi and EIFL are partnering for an informational webinar about Phenom, a free and open source multi-tenanted journal publishing platform developed by Hindawi using Coko’s PubSweet framework to support their large Open Access journals portfolio. Andrew Smeall, Chief Product Officer at Hindawi, will introduce the Phenom manuscript submission and peer review platform, and show how it can…

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Meet Plume: A new PubSweet platform created by the French Financial Jurisdictions

The French financial jurisdictions, which include the Paris-based Cour des comptes (the French Superior Audit Institution) and the regional and territorial chambers of accounts, have been collaborating with Coko for the past 10 months, building an experimental PubSweet platform. The project is part of a program called Public Interest Entrepreneurs, directed by Etalab, a department…

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Meet Physiome

Rapid open publication workflow needs can be substantially divergent from traditional publication workflows. There are similarities in the need to efficiently manage submission, and deliver the author a simple experience while still obtaining all the necessary files and metadata. At the same time, for rapid publications whether and how peer review is managed varies, as…

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Looking back at the PubSweet Collaboration Week

We’ve been waiting years for this moment to come and now that it did, I can say it was worth the wait! What am I talking about? Why the PubSweet collaboration week, of course! Specifically, I’m talking about asking multiple organizations, with diverse goals and approaches, to contribute their components and other improvements back to…

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Europe PMC Plus at JATS Con

Europe PMC plus is the manuscript submission system for authors supported by Europe PMC funders. It has been developed as a fully open source application built against PubSweet within the community, which includes eLife and Hindawi in addition to others. At JATS Con this week, Audrey Hamelers Data Wrangler and Project Lead at the European Bioinformatics Institute‘s Literature Services, presented a poster and…

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PubSweet Collaboration Week – May 7 – 13

About three years ago, we set out to build a framework for building publishing software with components. Take a component here, a component there, make one on your own, and, presto! you have your custom publishing platform! While the framework itself has matured significantly, we’re not there yet in terms of the available components and how…

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