A new report released this week from Open Research Europe (ORE) provides a glowing review of Kotahi, finding it to be "a cutting-edge platform for scholarly publishing that can accommodate various end-to-end publishing workflows."
Amnet and Coko are celebrating the launch of Nvcleus, a cost-effective journal solution based on the Kotahi platform, at the London Book Fair. This partnership has successfully developed an innovative approach to journal publishing, focusing on affordability and openness for publishers.
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Mellon Foundation Grants $595,000 to Support Coko Development
San Francisco, CA - Coko is delighted to announce that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a grant of $595,000 over 2 years to support the continued development of [Ketida](https://ketida.community) (formerly called Editoria), the innovative web-based book production platform.
Recently, a team of technologists from across the globe came together in New Zealand to brainstorm how to integrate AI into the peer review process using Kotahi responsibly. We recognize the potential benefits that AI can bring, such as increased efficiency and accuracy, but we also acknowledge the need to be thoughtful about how we implement this technology.
Kotahi, an open-source, web-based platform for managing scholarly publications, has released its latest version, Kotahi 1.6. This new version brings a number of enhancements and bug fixes, as well as a plugin architecture for handling both Wax and generic plugins.