JOT needs you!

By: Oscar Nierstrasz


JOT has moved to a new publication model in which there is no pipeline of accepted papers to be published. Instead, accepted papers will appear as soon as possible after the final camera-ready copy is provided, whereas in the past, accepted papers sometimes had to wait up to a year to appear on-line. The old pipeline of accepted papers and regularly scheduled issues of JOT expired with the November 2010 issue. Although the new system promises faster turnaround, the downside is that issues will no longer appear regularly as clockwork. The current volume of JOT is now open. Articles will appear as they become available. Although the new JOT promises faster publication for accepted papers, the evaluation process is tougher, while being more transparent (see the information for authors page).


Submissions, DOIs, Evaluation process

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Oscar Nierstrasz, “JOT needs you!”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 10, (2011), doi:10.5381/jot.2011.10.1.e1.

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