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Allow for output to EPUB and other ebook formats
Currently XML and PDF are offered as outputs, but it would be great to be able to offer popular book formats such as EPUB3 and Mobi. Pandoc (http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/) might be used to simply process the NLM XML and output a whole range of useful formats very easily.11 votes
How to import data from OJS PKP system?
I need to import data from a OJS platform run on PKP.
Is it possible? how to do it?
I tried to import some XML to annotum XML importer, but it doesn't accept any of them. maybe because of the xml have to be in Kipling format.4 votes
Allow footnotes/endnotes functionality
All academic papers need footnotes. Ideally they should be tagged in such way that they can be easily converted into linked pdf or word endnotes.9 votes
Create a widget to show articles based on the Article Categories
There is a widget for post categories, so why not create one for Article Categories? I'd like to be able to categorize my articles and then display them in those category listings.19 votes
Allow attribution for the featured image
We're going to be using Flickr and Creative Commons as the featured image for our articles. However, no matter what I put into Caption, Alternative Text and Description, it doesn't display in the Carousel or the Featured Articles. I'd like to be able to attribute the images correctly on the home page.5 votes
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A restful API for XML import and export!
I'd like to be able to create articles using a Restful API. I want to create a workflow which does not involve manual uploading of individual articles. A mobile app would be nice as well :)
Searching I cannot find any reference to the ability to do this - though there is manual import and export of the XML. I've looked at additional plugins that enable JSON based Restfull API's but was wandering about having this enabled as an option / feature request in Annotum?9 votes
Improve Authoring Structure
From an authors point of view Annotum is hell if a lengthy paper needs to be authored.
Personally, I prefer smaller files to edit, an article would consist of many files, i.e. one per section.
The creation of multiple input windows for the body text could be such a solution to work with small sections of text (the same principle as Appendixes are added in Annotum)9 votes
7 Web Design Development Skills That May Dominate in 2013
Beginning of every year starts guesswork amongst developers about what would be the skills & tools that will be in demand. While experienced design & development minds are usually foresee such changes, predications come handy for beginners who wish to increase their employability in these demanding times. So, here are the 7 design development skills that carry the potential to dominate 2013.1 vote
Emergence of an Exceptional Webhost
Amongst numerous web hosting services operating in India and worldwide, most fall prey to the fierce competition. As a result, majority of them either end up providing subpar services or cutting their customer’s pocket on fake promises. For reasons innumerable, from overloaded servers to downgraded expertise, need for a reliable and customer oriented web hosting company is ever quenched.3 votes
subsections with different editors
I don't want to receive emails for every single article, rather just emails within my section that I am responsible for.1 vote
During review process editor should have the option of having the article as read-only (set to true by default)1 vote
difficult to create new sections/paragraphs: new button in kitchen sink
new button in kitchen sink to easily create new sections & new paragraphs1 vote
Add feature for generating xml site map
Describe how to harness the xml features to generate an xml site map5 votes
"Body" doesn't work in the article option. It was working, but stopped working at once, don't know the reason.
"Body" doesn't work in the article option. It was working, but stopped working at once, don't know the reason.0 votes
Could you please update the list of features?
Does Annotum currently support PubMed for example? In what way?2 votes
allow Github style inline peer-review comments
Since submissions are pushed into strict XML markup (which is a strong idea, by the way), it would be a dream to allow editors to and reviewers to make inline annotations as coders do on Github. In fact there are many things about that peer review experience that could add precision to academic peer review. (Push and pull errata, anyone?)5 votes
Annotum indexed by PubMed and Google Scholar?
Scholarly articles are only valuable when they are read. No author wants their work to be found only by a general Internet search. For Annotum to be successful indexers like PubMed and Google Scholar must be able to find these articles. The Annotum project will scatter articles around the Internet on many websites (instead of collected at repositories like knol.org or scribed.com). I suggest some sort of special metatag be placed in the journal's WordPress home page or on each article's header. Then, coordinate with Google Scholar to scrape those pages for searches.29 votes