Publishing and Open Source

Adam Hyde

CoFounder, Coko

adam@coko.foundation

https://coko.foundation

 

 

Shuttleworth Fellow

https://shuttleworthfoundation.org

Coko builds Open Source technologies and communities

Open Source

vs

Closed Source

Potential gains of

Open Source:

 

Reduce costs of software licenses

Don't build what already exists

Better software

Reduce operating costs

Own your own tools

Innovation

PubSweet

Dashboard

Submission

Manuscript

Decision
Control

Review

Manage
Review

Submission

Manuscript

Collabra

eLife

Hindawi

You

Main benefit of Open Source is from working together

How do you get Publishers to work together

(on Open Source)?

eLife, Hindawi, UCP, CDL, Coko

UCP, Penn State Press, NYU Press, University of Michigan Press/M Publishing, University of North Texas Press, University of Minnesota Press, University of California Davis Library, MIT Press

eLife, Hindawi, Coko

eLife, Hindawi, Coko

Wormbase

Wormbase

Wormbase

Wormbase

Collabra Psychology Journal

University of California Press

arXiv

Erudit

A healthy ecosystem of sustainable, Open Source projects.

 

Open Source Alliance for Open Scholarship

Substance Consortium

OS Bazaar

Publishing needs Open Source.

 

Open Source is about community and collaboration.

Open Source and Publishing

By Adam Hyde

Open Source and Publishing

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