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- BTW. "MANDATING GREEN PROVIDES OA AND LEADS TO AFFORDABLE, SUSTAINABLE FAIR-GOLD" was the "pithy" comment.
Stevan isn't known for short replies but just the above gave me an "aha".
As Stevan and have noted, all authors can choose "green" archival when they publish in any journal. But publishers often discourage this by making it sound like a violation of publishing terms. (Thus fear uncertainty and doubt - FUD). Aug 10, 2013
- I've posted the correction about green OA (1) not being self-publishing, (2) not necessarily being embargoed (and if embargoed, the option of the Almost-OA Button), and (3) more (not less) visible, searchable, and accessible than subscription access.Aug 9, 2013
AWZ: "Steven isn't known for short replies"
Needlessly long-winded -- or endlessly unheeded…
Most of my verbiage is repetition, from every conceivable angle.
By now I can easily distill it all into a sentence or two.
But the misunderstandings are like a Medusa: chop one off and two grow in its place…
http://j.mp/MedusOAAug 10, 2013
- This may be of interest:
http://openscience.com/is-oa-doomed-to-fail-in-hss/#comment-4351Aug 19, 2013
- Indeed it is – explains perfectly their misinformed (or, misinforming, as it turns out) stance on green and gold.Aug 19, 2013
- There is a further response on this:
http://openscience.com/is-oa-doomed-to-fail-in-hss/#comment-4361Aug 20, 2013
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