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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Question about free (as in freedom) data from
Andrés Muñiz Piniella
Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Question about free (as in freedom) data from free software
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 12:19:57 +0000
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El 29 de octubre de 2015 09:42:07 GMT+00:00, Alexander Berntsen
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>On 28/10/15 23:32, Pen-Yuan Hsing wrote:
>> peer-reviews [in] scientific journal papers are the "currency" with
>> which academic performance is judged
>This is the reason I never got a PhD/ScD. You are expected to
>transfer your copyright to some commercial entity and promise to
>not share your data with anyone else, so that this commercial
>entity can put your work behind a paywall. Just exactly how does
>this advance science? It's a joke.
>I would suggest you publish all your stuff as CC-BY-SA, like I do
There are now major journals that publish under green and gold open access.
I think now you would be very unlucky to be forced to publish behind a paywall
in order to get PhD. Anyway one does not need a PhD to publish in a journal
About 1) others have answered. At minimum publish the data related with the
paper. IMHO that would be the minimum ethical choice, others can replicate and
later reference and increase h index (which sadly is another currency).
About point 2) some of it was discussed in JPI symposium last week(I can send
some notes if needed). You could have so it is made available upon request,
treat it as you would with studies relating to personal data. Or how free
software treats security related bug reports (I don't know how this is done).
I am of a thought that you could use the trackers as an anti-poaching scheme.
If they are tracked live I would say poachers would avoid them. Consult with
WWF or something along those lines.
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