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[EP-tech] Re: Wordpress to EPrints via SWORD
I'm not sure it belongs in eprintsug as it is an OJS plugin.
It was built to interact with old EPrints SWORD, so if using with a newer EPrints version you probably need the legacy SWORD plugin.
It is far from perfect but you are correct that there is a data-spring project looking to move this sort of thing along. I believe that includes some input from the folks at ubiquity press, who know OJS v well.
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Subject: [EP-tech] Wordpress to EPrints via SWORD
We?re currently looking at setting up an Open Journal ? while we?re still assessing the system that we?re likely to use, we are zeroing in on either OJS or Wordpress using the IssueM plugin. One of the questions that?s cropped up is: is it possible to, using SWORD, deposit published issues from either of these systems into EPrints. Now, I know that?s possible and that one of the proposals at the Jisc Data Spring earlier this year was for an OJS plugin to do such a thing, however I was wondering if anyone has had any success with doing it with Wordpress before I start investigating building my own plugin?
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