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August 20, 2007


Richard, you make an excellent point that we need to discuss this further.

I've set up another SciFoo Lives On Session on "Definitions for Open Science" on Sept 4, 2007 at 16:00 GMT. The full list of sessions is posted on Nature Island in the cemetery where we had the session yesterday.

I think you and Bill Hooker should definitely be there. Bill asked me to put up a few thoughts in a poster for him but he has
a lot more to say

I think you got two of your definitions reversed (don't want to restart the fiery debate from last month on this very topic, but still can't let it stay uncorrected):

Free Access means it is free to see.

Open Access means it is free to see, use and reuse (including data-mining, translations, copying the entire thing elesewhere, etc.).

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