Open source in publishing: community call, February 22

The recording of February’s community call on open source technology for publishing is now available.
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eLife hosted an open-source community call on February 22. It was a lively update and discussion with no less than 10 presenters in the hour.

The projects and updates presented this month were:

Dan Whaley of Hypothesis presented open annotations

Michael Aufreiter from Substance showcased Texture, Stencila and the reproducible document archive manifest (‘Dar’)

Matias Piipari presented

Matt McGrattan of Digirati talked about IIIF

Paul Shannon, eLife, covered Libero

Teodor Georgiev presented ReFindit

Joe Wass from CrossRef talked about Crossref Event Data

Morane Gruenpeter talked about Software Heritage

Rusty Speidel from the Center for Open Science called for more collaborations around open data, building new workflows and add-ons

Kristen Ratan covered current projects by Coko Foundation

More speakers put themselves forward to present in the future. To be kept in the loop on the next call – tentatively to be hosted by the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation – please sign up for our technology and innovation newsletter. You can also follow @eLifeInnovation on Twitter.