Re: Is Harvard's OA Policy pure bragging?

From: Klaus Graf <klausgraf_at_GOOGLEMAIL.COM>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 12:06:21 +0100

As you know it's pure censorship what you are doing. As moderator you
have to be neutral but it is clear that you are misusing your
administrative power regarding postings you don't like.

I am not professor.

Klaus Graf

2010/3/22 Stevan Harnad <>:
> On 20-Mar-10, at 9:57 PM, Klaus Graf wrote:
>> A short update on the Knoll case:
>> Klaus Graf
> For Prof. Shieber's remarkably patient and polite reply to Prof.
> Graf's prior posting along much the same lines, see
> (I think Prof. Shieber's reply pretty much covers Prof. Graf.'s latest
> installment too.)
> There are constructive criticisms one might make of some of the
> current implementational details of Harvard's policy --
>  --  but certainly not the way Prof. Graf goes about it; moreover,
> chances are that Prof. Graf would continue in much the same tone even
> once those implementational details were fixed, since they are not the
> target of his criticism.
> Stevan Harnad
> P.S. I think I made a judgment error, as moderator, in approving Prof.
> Graf's subject header, as well as the pointer to his comment on his
> website. Let this be taken as notice that as of now, no subject
> headers like the above one will be approved for posting in this Forum;
> nor will postings, even with temperate headings, if they merely point
> to intemperate postings elsewhere, as the above one does.
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