Monthly Archives: February 2011

Selecting open license in the academia

Confusingly many open licenses are available. A key issue for academics is to ensure the widest possible reuse of the material by setting minimal restrictions on the end user. I  collected an Open Licensing Memo to help newcomers with selecting … Continue reading

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Defining the baseline for publication sharing

Recent blog posts by Bill Gasarch and improved version by Daniel Lemire are calling for an explicit manifesto to promote standard sharing practices: Store your work in an open archive such as arXiv; provide RSS feeds; Post improvements to your work; … Continue reading

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