Upcoming Events

PubSweet Community Meeting

Past Events

Society of Scholarly Publishing

We are organizing and participating in the Open Source Bazaar: Owned by the Community Pre-meeting seminar, along with community members such as eLife, Hindawi, Fulcrum and others; We are participating in a session on journals workflow tools that leverage PubSweet along with eLife, Hindawi and others.

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Library Publishing Forum

We’re participating in a session on Editoria, the community-owned open source books publishing system alongside partners from California Digital Library, University of Michigan/Fulcrum, Atla Open Press, and UNC Press.

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Council for Science Editors

We are presenting in a session on Mergers & Acquisitions within workflow technology space; We organized a session on Shared, open infrastructure in workflow which features community members including eLife and Hindawi.

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Editoria Community Meeting

Come participate in evolutionary discussions on creating and sustaining shared, community-owned infrastructure for scholarly books publishing.

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Charleston Library Conference

Editoria Founders Catherine Mitchell and Erich van Rijn will present Toward Simplified, Digital-first Book Publishing—The Case for Open Source. Community Manager Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will present as part of a JROST breakout session. View the agenda.

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FORCE2018 Meeting

Coko co-founder Kristen Ratan will present a keynote, “Learning from the enemy: building a successful open science movement from the rubble of today”. Editoria’s Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will collaboratively lead a workshop session CRediT: Discussing next steps

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Open Source Lisbon 2018

Adam Hyde will be presenting ‘Coko and Cabbage Trees: Better models for scratching someone else’s itch.’ on September 27.

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COASP 2018

Kristen Ratan will be delivering a keynote presentation at COASP 2018.

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Library Publishing Forum 2018

Alison McGonagle-O’Connell contributed a guest post, Challenges and opportunities (but mostly opportunities) for open source infrastructure in library publishing, to the Library Publishing Coalition blog, after presenting at the Library Publishing Forum 2018.

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