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Ambra Project: Open source journal publishing platform behind PLOS
As part of our commitment to Open Science, PLOS is pleased to announce that Ambra™, the engine behind PLOS journals, is once again open source. Head over to ambraproject.org to read more and get started.
journal  publishing  open-source 
7 days ago by Psammead
Publishers are hiring 'sensitivity readers' to flag potentially offensive content
"Sensitivity readers have emerged in a climate - fueled in part by social media - in which writers are under increased scrutiny for their portrayals of people from marginalized groups, especially when the author is not a part of that group:
publishing  culture  social 
7 days ago by etchalon
Nautilus | Science Connected
Power - personality - think like a scientist
science  publishing 
9 days ago by sgreene24
ArXiv, comments, and “quality control” | The Accidental Mathematician
"Women, in particular, get far too many comments questioning our competence, implying that we might not know the basic literature, that we might not really understand our own results, that said results might turn out to be false or trivial if only someone qualified had a look, or some such. We’re also subject to gendered standards of “professionalism” that do not allow us to respond in kind and give as good as we get. But if you tell me that men, too, can get inane, confused, or malicious comments–why, yes, I agree. More reason to refrain from making the arXiv more like YouTube. There’s enough abusive behaviour in mathematics already, on all sides. We should not mandate a form of discourse that has been shown empirically to promote and escalate it. Nor should we mandate having it attached in perpetuity to our formal publication records."
arxiv  publishing  peer-review  culture 
9 days ago by arsyed
ORCID | Connecting Research and Researchers
ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized
standards  identification  publishing 
10 days ago by emerysnyder
Structure of the ORCID Identifier
The ORCID iD is a URI with a 16-digit number that is compatible with the ISO Standard (ISO 27729), also known as the International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI). Initially ORCID iDs will be randomly assigned by the ORCID Registry from a block of numbers that will not conflict with ISNI-formatted numbers assigned in other ways. ORCID iDs always need all 16-digits; they can not be shortened to remove leading zeros if they exist.

No information about a person is encoded in the ORCID iD. The identifiers were designed to be usable in situations where personally-identifiable information should/can not be shared. Also, since the ORCID iD is designed to be a career-long identifier, no information that can change over a person's career is embedded in the iD, e.g., country, institution, field of study.
standards  identification  publishing 
10 days ago by emerysnyder
Project COUNTER - Consistent, Credible, Comparable
COUNTER provides the standard that enables the knowledge community to count the use of electronic resources.
standards  metrics  publishing 
10 days ago by emerysnyder

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