Loomio
Wed 13 Dec 2017

Archiving of published material

SL
Sabine Lengger Public Seen by 377

Is our intention to also provide a place to archive published material? If so, how do we feel about depositing the typeset manuscript? See e.g. this contribution: https://eartharxiv.org/wrqb9/

RW

Rebecca Williams Thu 14 Dec 2017

This will surely depend on the journal policies?

Science Advances allows archiving of the publishers PDF (http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/search.php) so I see no issue here with this example.

JB

Jeroen Bosman Thu 14 Dec 2017

Yes legally no problem: this ha a CC-BY license.

CJ

Christopher Jackson Thu 14 Dec 2017

Agreed. We're a happy home for preprints and postprints, copyright/journal permissions withstanding!

SL

Sabine Lengger Fri 15 Dec 2017

Cool! Do we have a system that checks licences or do we only rely on the authors' declaration that they are allowed to upload the material? If they do this incorrectly, are there any potential legal implications for us? (Sorry if this is a silly question)

JB

Jeroen Bosman Sat 16 Dec 2017

For now I would suggest to indeed rely on author's declarations and try to monitor what people do.