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is there a way to export our data, in an xml format, perhaps? that way, the authors own the data fully, and not just rely on someone—no matter how nice and fatastic and fabulous, as you are!—protecting it.
Definitely! .xml, .pdf, .epub export is in the works.
API coming as well, so you can scrape/backup your/any data.
This looks rad! Took a while to work out what was going on but looks super promising. Any plans for publications to have doi's?
Would also be interested in hearing more about the DOI issue -- useful for tracking pubs..
Yes! DOIs coming soon. Building the right interfaces and spam prevention, but the plan is to give free DOIs to any published document as well as to any published review/comment.
Is there any way to integrate Ipython notebooks in here?
Not yet - but we are eager to provide some nice tools for exactly that soon.
Reviewing now, back soon with feedback.
I wrote my publication in word how do i get that into PubPub?
Any plans to make PubPub Section 508 and/or WCAG 2.0 compliant?
Yes. We are in the process of providing much cleaner structure and standardization to our HTML. This is on our roadmap.
is it possible to use a colon in the journal name? if i choose the title Re: Visions, the "Re: " part does not show in the title. I am guessing this has to do with the colon being part of the script syntax...
great project! I will definitely explore the possibilities. Thanks a lot for the development.