[open-science] [open-bibliography] Proposal - in less than 24 hours, can we come up with an idea for a breakout session at Science Online London
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Thu Jul 21 21:25:09 BST 2011
On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Nick Barnes <Nick.Barnes at pobox.com> wrote:
> At 2011-07-21 18:43:02+0000, Peter Murray-Rust writes:
> > [Copied to Open Bibliography - take care not to proliferate replies - but
> > need immediate input]
> > Here's my idea for ScienceOnLine
> > "Open Science Bibliography - where can I find Open Access papers on ...
> > Open access and Open Data are severely limited because no-one knows where
> > find the objects. The proposal is to create a bibliography of Open
> > based primarily on academic publications. This can be completely
> > for the major publishers and is completely legal.
> I think this is an excellent idea. I will be at Science Online and
> glad to help (although I might be too jetlagged).
> Nick B
> I shall be there as well. So we'll be able to discuss the tactics and
technology. I think the Open Bibliography people will also be there so we
will have technical knowledge and probably a demo of Open Biblio anyway.
I am getting good vibes
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