Did the BSK article; a few more questions for HT added to the growing list. 90 minutes.
Worked through the proofing corrections for another couple of articles. 90 minutes.
Made a huge number of edits on vol 26; I've now finished the editorial material and the first section (of five). I also had to rewrite some code to enable creation of a Dedication page in the form requested by the guest editor, and reorganize and debug a lot. There are conflicting edits from the two editors due to overlap in the final proofing, which is confusing and time-consuming. There is a LOT more to do here, unfortunately. 300 minutes.
The proofing changes came back for vol 26, and it turns out they involve all sorts of unanticipated alterations to the layout, which will take some coding rewrites. I've made a start, but there's a lot still to do in addition to the regular fixes for typos etc. 240 hours.
I've now done everything in my to-do list, leaving only three outstanding questions, which are with the editors. 180 minutes.
Did it all in one go to get it out of the way. Rebuilt everything and pushed to the server. Now I just have to go through my remaining TODOs to see if anything is left outstanding. 180 minutes.
After DG revealed that he had sent me the wrong version of an article for encoding, I have to start again with it. I've prepped the word-processor doc, done the bibliography, and started into the first section. 60 minutes.
In the process, wrote and tweaked more Schematron, and fixed things it found in other articles. There are about seven outstanding questions, but we can go to press without answers to them if necessary. 120 minutes.
In the process I've written a few more Schematron rules and fixed all the fallout resulting from them in other articles for this issue. Things are tightening up. 140 minutes.
It still needs a French version of the author's short affiliation, which wasn't supplied. 40 minutes.