California Digital Library Partners with Public Knowledge Project on Open-Access Software Development

The Digital Shift
Excerpt: “The California Digital Library (CDL) on February 7 announced a “major development partnership,” on behalf of the University of California system, with the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) to help develop its open-source software suite aimed at easing open-access journal publication.   The announcement was made in a post by CDL director of publishing Catherine Mitchell on the CDL website. Mitchell told LJ via email that CDL will be providing unspecified financial support and “significant development resources in support of the PKP product line.”

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