aschiffler at ferzkopp.net
Thu Jul 8 15:35:23 UTC 2010
If it is open source, where it the "Download" link? I can't find any
reference to the source code on the site.
On 7/7/10 10:50 PM, Zbigniew Lukasiak wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 3:12 PM, Simon Biggs<s.biggs at eca.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Yes, my mistake. I should have said P2P publication sharing platform. It's
>> target is the domain currently dominated by Thomson but with an open source
>> ethic. However, it does have a premium mode. Experience suggests this is
>> where the intended business model lies. That is not open source but involves
>> a pay-wall. The question is whether Mendeley offers something new which
>> connects with an open source ethic or not?
> I am working on project in many ways parallel to what is advertised at
> the Mendeley page, but only the web part, i.e. the
> share/discuss/discover part. Interestingly we are also London based
> but our grant mandates us to release our code completely as Open
> Source, so maybe it could be interesting for you. We currently have
> just one site: http://philpapers.org/ , it is a web site for
> philosophers, but the engine theoretically should be applicable for
> other research fields. It is a London University project sponsored by
> a JISC grant.
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