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ReviewerCredits plugin

NOTE: Please ensure you're using the correct branch. Use the master branch for OJS 3.x

Plugin to enable the integration with ReviewerCredits (tested with OJS 3.1.2.0)

Copyright © 2015-2018 University of Pittsburgh
Copyright © 2014-2018 Simon Fraser University Library
Copyright © 2003-2018 John Willinsky

Licensed under GPL 2 or better.

Contributed by 4Science (http://www.4science.it).

Features:

Integration with ReviewerCredits via REST API. This plugin implements the following features:

  • Create and approve a Peer Review Claim on the ReviewerCredits website;

Installation:

Install from user interface:

  • Download the code from the repository and make a 'tar.gz' archive.
  • From the user interface page 'plugins' as administrator click on 'Upload A New Plugin'.

NB: to use the installation from the user interface, the 'plugins' directory must be writeable from the webserver user.

Manual installation:

  • Copy the source into the PKP product's plugins/generic/reviewerCredits folder.
  • Run tools/upgrade.php upgrade to allow the system to recognize the new plugin.
  • Enable this plugin within the administration interface.

Configuration:

  • The Journal manager must insert the ReviewerCredits Journal credentials into the plugin settings. To obtain them the Journal must be a user of ReviewerCredits website.
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