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From: Dave Pawson <dave.pawson@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2021 11:58:17 +0100
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From: David Maus <lists@dmaus.name>


Hello all,

I'd like to forward the following Invitation to a 1st Workshop of a
new founded Single Source Publishing Community of the german library
community. All times are Europe/Berlin.

Best,
  -- David

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Dear Colleagues,

The Single Source Publishing Community (#SiSoPub) aims to bring
together everyone working on Open Access publishing platforms and
single source publishing services -- regardless of platform
architecture or programming language.

Some of you have probably already found solutions that others are
still puzzling with; reuses and collaborations may develop where you
potentially wouldn't have expected them. So let us talk.

Invitation to the kick-off workshop

For the launch of the Single Source Publishing Community we would like
to invite all interested practitioners in the field of single source
publishing to

a digital kick-off workshop on 11.10.2021, 14:00 to 16:30.

We - that is the former projects "Modern Publishing"
(https://oa-pub.hos.tuhh.de/de/) of TU and SUB Hamburg and "SynOA-PUB"
(https://www.zbmed.de/forschen/abgeschlossene-projekte/synoa-pub/) of
ZB MED. We are looking forward to pass on our experiences, to share
with this new community and to merge into it.

Our goal is a long-term exchange between developers and users of
publishing tools and platforms - initiated by this first workshop
with:

- regular Show & Tell formats,

- a steady exchange in the GitHub-Forum
(https://github.com/singlesourcepub/community) as well as

- further **workshops** on key topics.

Important in all of this: Your needs and interests are the focus.

Workshop agenda

The workshop on 11.10.2021 should offer all participants the
opportunity to get to know colleagues from current single source
publishing projects in the German-speaking and international area, to
learn more about their goals and challenges, and to network. The
workshop will also present networking opportunities within the Single
Source Publishing Community and identify initial dates and
participating projects for the Show & Tell format.

Please prepare short statements for the round of introductions on:

·         What are you working on?
·         What technologies do you use?
·         What have been your biggest successes in (single source) publishing?
·         What do you currently see as the biggest challenge
personally and for the community?

Join in!

We look forward to seeing you on 11.10.2021 from 14:00 to 16:30!

If you are interested, please register informally by 30.09.2021 with
an email to <info@singlesource.pub>.

In advance of the event we will send more detailed information on how
the workshop will be held. The workshop will take place via Zoom and
will be conducted in English.

Feel free to forward this invitation to colleagues who might be
interested in the workshop and the community.

More information and exchange: Single Source Publishing Community
(https://singlesource.pub/)

--
David Maus M.A.

Www: http://dmaus.name
Twitter: @_dmaus

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