[open-science] some jump Re: Should scientific text be put in the public domain rather than licensed with CC-BY?
m.kempe at qmul.ac.uk
Fri Jan 14 14:19:30 UTC 2011
I applaud your gesture. I'd just like to point out that the language used on
the article is contradictory:
"© The Author. This article is provided under the following license:
Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain
The work can be copyrighted by the author or public domain, but not both.
Also, CC0 is only partly a license; first and foremost it's a waiver, and it
only uses licensing as a fall-back option.
In general, these sorts of issues are the sorts of things people need to be
educated about if the public domain is to become a normal venue for
On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 11:33 AM, <koltzenburg at w4w.net> wrote:
> **hi Peter, hi all,
> > The major problem is author apathy. Most hand their rights over without
> thinking. They jump through absurd hoops to publish in the chosen brand.
> This is an additonal requirement that they will not understand and will not
> try to understand.
> well, l tried my best and here we go:
> CTT's first article in the Public Domain published today:
> Gratwohl A.: Theoretical and practical issues of autologous versus
> allogeneic stem cell transplantation in multiple sclerosis,
> this time in my role as:
> C. Koltzenburg, Managing editor
> Cellular Therapy and Transplantation, http://www.ctt-journal.com
> University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
> Mobile: +4917649826236
> <managingeditor at ctt-journal.com>
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