Re: Proposed update of BOAI definition of OA: Immediate and Permanent

From: Laurent Romary <Laurent.Romary_at_LORIA.FR>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 16:51:30 +0100

Iwas not planning to answer this thread, but any statement that does not reflect
the practices in communities such as computer science is not likely to be
endorsed by multidisciplinary bodies such as CNRS.
Laurent Romary

Selon "J.F.B.Rowland" <J.F.Rowland_at_LBORO.AC.UK>:

> Having spent all morning at a meeting discussing various academics'
> "outputs" and whether they are "acceptable" to the University's management
> for Research Assessment Exercise purposes, I heard this very argument from a
> computer scientist. The Pro Vice Chancellor for Research (an engineer, by
> the way) would have none of it. Journal articles only, please!
> Fytton Rowland, Loughborough University
> > As a Computer Scientist, I automatically read "peer reviewed journal"
> > as "peer reviewed (journal/conference/workshop/symposium)", because
> > that's the convention of my discipline, where a
> > conference/workshop/symposium is a "peer review service provider".
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