OJS Software Workshop Report

  title={OJS Software Workshop Report},
  author={Alexander Bigga and Martin P. Br{\"a}ndle and Ronny B{\"o}lter and Constanze Decker and Maria Espa{\~n}a and Gerhard Eilbacher and Matthias Flasko and Frank Krabbes and August H. Leugers-Scherzberg and Marianna M{\"u}hlh{\"o}lzer and Dennis M{\"u}ller and Philip M{\"u}nch and Tom Niers and Daniel N{\"u}st and Adrian Pachzelt and Maximilian Plich and Ronald Steffen and Klaus Thoden and Hanna Varachkina and Paul Warner and Nils Weiher and Daniela Wolf and Dulip Withanage},
This report summarizes the achievements of the OJS community members from Germany and Switzerland in the OJS Workshop in Heidelberg University Library, Germany from February 20 and 21, 2020. Main goal of the workshop was to share knowledge and challenges, conceptualize and document problem solving suggestions and collectively develop software in and around OJS. Participants worked on a variety of subjects including data import/export plugins, search functionality, containerization, long-time… 

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