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Re: OAI3 - CERN 12 - 14 Feb 2004


> Panel Session: In the order the participants were invited to express =
> their views. Roughly speaking starting with the Goodies and finishing=
>  off with the Badies.
> (1) Peter Suber, Open Access Project Director at Public Knowledge
> (2) David Prosser, director SPARC Europe
> (3) Bas Savenije, librarian Utrecht
> (4) Simeon Warner, OAI research associate Cornell
> (5) Ian Butterworth, scientist etc, Imperial College London
> (6) Howard Flack
> (7) Desmond Reaney, Institute of Physics Publishing, =20
> 
> 
> My personal view is that much of the OAI movement seems to have turne=
> d into librarians trying to learn to become publishers.

I take it as panel person 6 - your stated this view?
If so - any responses from the other panel members or
audience?

Lachlan.

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