PubSweet posts

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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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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A sneak peak at what’s next for PubSweet

Over the course of two days in San Francisco, about 20 of us put our heads together  to talk about upcoming features in PubSweet 2.0, Coko’s platform-building toolkit. (If you want to get up to speed on the 1.0 release, more on that here.) The first day covered PubSweet 1.0. Jure Triglav, lead developer for…

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Travel the long and winding road to PubSweet

Ever wonder how open-source projects go from an idea on the back of a napkin to something you can use and contribute to? As the Coko Foundation puts the finishing touches on PubSweet 1.0 — and we’d love your comments on future developments, too — co-founder Adam Hyde takes you on journey back to 2007….

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New PubSweet release

PubSweet is a framework for building applications for knowledge production. Today we’re announcing its latest iteration. A few months ago we announced an alpha release of PubSweet and an example application built with it, the PubSweet Science Blogger. Since then we’ve made really big steps to make PubSweet more powerful and easy to use. First of…

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PubSweet 1.0 “Science Blogger” alpha 2

Today we are very happy to announce that PubSweet “Science Blogger” 1.0 alpha 2 is available. This release features a new modularised PubSweet will make it much easier to develop front end components. You can find the code here: https://gitlab.coko.foundation/pubsweet/science-blogger/tags/1.0.0-alpha.2 Update June 15 alpha 3 available. Includes a fix to the alpha 2 file structure:…

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Release 0.2.0 is here!

Post by Jure Triglav 0.2 release announcement. Download sources from here: https://gitlab.coko.foundation/pubsweet/core/tags/0.2.0. Four months and 168 commits later, the 0.2.0 release of PubSweet is finally upon us, and it’s packing a punch! (For the uninitiated, PubSweet is an open source framework for building knowledge production systems from reusable components.) There’s a number of key new…

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Vote for the pubsweet logo!

Community decision time! Vote for a new logo for PubSweet! PubSweet 0.1 is out and 0.2 on its way by the end of the month. It’s about time it had its own identity.   The Coko staff have put together the above 5 logos developed by talented Coko designer Henrik van Leeuwen. Now it’s your…

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