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OMP is an open source software platform for managing the editorial workflow required to see monographs, edited volumes and, scholarly editions through internal and external review, editing, cataloguing, production, and publication. OMP will operate, as well, as a press website with catalog, distribution, and sales capacities.
OMP is designed to assist university presses, learned societies, and scholar-publishers interested in publishing scholarly books in print-on-demand and multiple electronic formats, whether on an open access or purchase basis. As with all PKP software, OMP can be downloaded for free and installed on a local webserver or it can be hosted by PKP Publishing Services.
Among the many features of OMP is its ability to ...
OMP is a completely new software tool from the Public Knowledge Project. It has been redesigned from the ground up to take advantage of Web 2.0 technologies. As part of OMP’s release strategy, PKP will be working closely with several early adopters who will use OMP in a production environment. This will garner immediate feedback and further improvements to OMP and also inform a redesign of Open Journal Systems and Open Conference Systems, which will drawn on a common PKP Web Library.
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