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Interesting answer: so being the older registry is sufficient to
become "the" registry... Is it a case of age guaranteeing
No need to comment further.
Le jeudi 23 juillet 2009 à 23:59 -0400, Stevan Harnad a écrit :
Original Amsci thread on this topic: "From ROAR to DOAR"
(Jan 2006) http://bit.ly/AVdEp
If "ROAR is 'the' registry of Open Access
Repositories", what is OpenDOAR?
is it the "other" registry?
EPrints's ROAR has been registering institutional
repositories several years longer than SHERPA's DOAR
(though not yet under that name).
EPrints's ROARMAP has likewise been registering Green OA
self-archiving mandate several years longer than SHERPA's
Juliet, and covers both institutional and funder mandates
(Juliet covers funder mandates only).
EPrints's Romeo, in contrast, started registering
publisher policy on Green OA self-archiving by authors
only after SHERPA's Romeo, and is in fact just a feed
from SHERPA's Romeo, created to provide and color-code
exclusively the relevant Romeo information for
Does a journal endorse immediate OA
self-archiving of the refereed final draft?
Only the unrefereed preprint OA? Pale-Green.
Université de Montréal
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