University of Prince Edward Island is also looking at integrating OJS
and Fedora. Mark Leggot is the contact there.
In general OJS has a fairly flexible import/export framework, and
someone has written a METS export plugin of OCS (the conference
management version of OJS) that looks promising. There has been no
movement on web-services oriented integration but we are tossed around
the idea of using SWORD as an ingest protocol.
Michael J. Giarlo wrote:
> Hey Sunny,
> I believe Rutgers has done some work integrating OJS with the Fedora
> repository architecture. Hopefully someone from RU is listening and
> can chime in if this work is still relevant.
> On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 12:36 PM, Sunny Yoon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Does anyone here on the list have any experience with e-journal publishing
>> software? Currently, we were looking at Open Journal Systems (OJS) from
>> York University, and I'd like to hear if others have had experiences with
>> either OJS or any other equivalent means of e-journal publication.
>> Also, have any of you integrated these into existing infrastructures such
>> as your institutional repositories?
>> Sunny Yoon
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