[JoPP-Public] Re : Re: Journal Website
mathieu.oneil at anu.edu.au
Sat Mar 24 16:15:19 CET 2012
OK, I've made some changes to the JoPP website.
Everyone can check out the proposed format for:
-listing of issues: http://peerproduction.net/issues/
-table of contents of specific issues: http://peerproduction.net/issues/issue-0/
@Franco: Hope the design suits you, we can discuss otherwise.
Also - I can't seem to manage properly of the categories in the top menus (about, issues, special issues)
I deleted a newly created but in fact useless category ("issue 0 contents") but it still appears in the top menu bar
I can't seem to integrate "issue 1" into the "issues" category
Can you advise or help? - thanks.
Once "issue 1" is set up we can start to integrate content for it...
On 03/18/12, Franco Iacomella <franco at p2pfoundation.net> wrote:
> El 17/03/12 13:09, Mathieu ONeil escribió:
> >-Not sure what "epub" means?
> ePub its an open file format used for e-book readers and other devices. I think we need to offer the issues in that format since PDF is a format for printing and not for reading in electronic devices.
> >-If I understand correctly, you are talking about a system which
> >automatically converts html into pdf? Thanks for confirming this.
> >That sounds great, but we would need to make sure the pdf structure is
> >appropriate, ie looks like what we did for cspp 1 or at least not too
> >different if possible.
> The PDF layout used in CSPP it's good for printing but really bad for screen reading. That's why we should provide ePub version or at leat, the OpenDocument version (that can be easily converted to ePub). The CSPP's PDF also lacks of important metadata information, like keywords.
> >-Regarding the amount of files: I agree that there are a lot, but since
> >this is an essential part of our opening up of the review process, which
> >has been debated a lot by the group, I'm afraid we need to have all
> >these files available - this only concerns research papers, not debates,
> >comments or reports by the way so not too many articles really. So the
> >question remains - can we fit all these files on one page?
> I get that, but I don't see any reason to have the reviews of each article published as PDF files. Why not to include them in an article's subpage called "Reviews"?
> Eventually, we could add a "export to pdf" feature, but I think that the contents should be available in HTML as the first option.
> Franco Iacomella
Dr Mathieu O'Neil
Adjunct Research Fellow
Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute
College of Arts and Social Science
The Australian National University
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