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27th
Sep 2018
Julien Colomb
@jcolomb
Sep 27 07:08
Hi all. I have learned of dokieli recently at the openconswitzerland from @csarven. I have the project to create a "new generation" journal with real APC (=rejected papers charged), open peer review and maybe dokieli as backend (https://www.overleaf.com/19706948gjtvmcqhwnxd). Who is interested in building this with me, @mrchristian ?
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
Sep 27 14:17
@jcolomb Welcome.. exciting! Note that dokieli is a client-side application. It can interact with HTTP servers, LDP-based in particular for read-write operations. It can be served using virtually any HTTP server.
If you are interested in an academic article on the topic, check this out http://csarven.ca/dokieli-rww (if you haven't already).
It is "decentralised" in the sense that the application is not tied to any specific server/platform/application. Articles, annotations, notifications, user profiles (and their preferred storage) etc. can be under the jurisdiction of anyone. The data/documents that dokieli generates does not require dokieli to read/reuse. It is completely standards-compliant.