[open-science] Fifty Shades of Open
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Sun May 15 15:45:48 UTC 2016
For me this article is behind a login wall. That's not FAIR - at least for
the A and I. I have no ideas about the other unless I login which I shan't
On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 2:46 PM, Ross Mounce <ross.mounce at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I've just read a really excellent essay on openness. Thought I'd share it
> with you. Could be an extremely useful reference for anyone wanting to
> point to what we mean by 'open' in many different contexts.
> Pomerantz, J. and Peek, R. 2016. Fifty shades of open. First Monday
> Open source. Open access. Open society. Open knowledge. Open government.
> Even open food. The word “open” has been applied to a wide variety of words
> to create new terms, some of which make sense, and some not so much. This
> essay disambiguates the many meanings of the word “open” as it is used in a
> wide range of contexts.
> Ross Mounce, PhD
> Software Sustainability Institute Fellow 2016
> Dept. of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
> www.rossmounce.co.uk <http://rossmounce.co.uk/>
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