[open-bibliography] Bibliography to X tool
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Oct 4 07:34:21 BST 2010
On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 2:44 PM, Thomas Krichel <krichel at openlib.org> wrote:
> Peter Murray-Rust writes
> > Can we assert that these records carry an Open licence without
> > restrictions?
> No, but you can ask the institutions that have provided them.
We will where appropriate
> I can help with contacts.
But I don't want to do the negociations
> as I consider them a waste of effort.
I do not regard these as negotiations. If a publishers states that there
bibliography is OKD-compliant then we record it using the IsItOpen service.
If they say no, we concentrate on others
Once you have a service that
> is used people will be happy to give you their data for free without
> licensing worries.
I agree. That's why we are starting with the positive ones.
> That is what the experience from RePEc shows.
> As you can imagine, economists are the hardest people to get
> something for free from.
Well chemists aren't much better
> BTW the RePEc data is also freely available.
Free == OKD-compliant?
> I have not
> copied it to 3lib because I don't think I have enough
> disk space there.
We shall wi through
Reader in Molecular Informatics
Unilever Centre, Dep. Of Chemistry
University of Cambridge
CB2 1EW, UK
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