Berlin12: closed society at an open access conference – For Better Science

acavaminombre's bookmarks 2017-01-17


"Richard Poynder, British independent journalist and open access (OA) activist of many years, has reported on December 17th 2015 about the recent Berlin12 meeting. This conference took place in its namesake location on December 8-9th 2015 and was the eleventh successor of the seminal Berlin conference in 2003, where the famous OA declaration was drafted, known as the  Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities. Poynder’s key worry was that there was actually not much to report about, since the meeting was by invitation only, while its list of participants and even its specific agenda and minutes were not released to the public by its organisers."


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Tags: oa.notes oa.people oa.negative oa.germany oa.declarations oa.presentations oa.berlin12 oa.open_science oa.misunderstandings oa.publishers oa.business_models

Date tagged:

01/17/2017, 17:36

Date published:

01/17/2017, 11:44