On Jul 9, 2014, at 15:30 , Peter Murray-Rust <pm286-KWPb1pKIrIJaa/9Udqfwiw@public.gmane.org
> It opens in a text editor and can be read by humans. It seems to be
copy of our BMC article (which is CC-BY and as such can be reproduced
verbatim). My guess is that a small LaTeX tweak might be required. Where
did it come from? - was there another person involved?
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 5:33 AM, Shane Coughlan <shane-Vh7EkPXfeH/j1p73w5sLM0B+6BGkLq7r@public.gmane.org
> Dear all
> Please find attached the first PDF draft of the new OpenForum
Academy book (reference exports in ODT, DOC and PAGES available).
> The chapters already in are:
> Architecting the Future of Research Communication: Building the Models and Analytics for an Open Access Future
> By Cameron Neylon
> Standards and Sustainable Infrastructures:
Compatibility Strategies with System Flexibility Objectives
> By Tineke M. Egyedi
> Four dimensions affecting policy resistance in IT procurement
> By Mathieu Paapst
> E-Governance in Public Sector
> ICT Procurement: What is Shaping Practice in Sweden?
> By Bjorn Lundell
> And chapters pledged:
> Andy Updegrove, Introduction to the book
> Andrew Adams, The Open vs Closed Debate
> Andrew Katz, Towards a Functional Licence for Open Hardware
> Jochen Friedrich, Untitled
> All, please send in your chapters as soon as possible in ODT or DOC format.
> Plus I have one problem chapter:
> Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards in chemistry: The Blue Obelisk five years on
> By Peter Murray-Rust
> Peter, I can't get my LaTex tools to open this document as provided
(attached). I get errors when I attempt to do so and this makes
conversion impossible. Can you provide it in a ODT, RTF or DOC format?
> All authors, please check the draft for errors and necessary corrections.
> I would like to try and finish the book by end of July at latest so submissions would need to arrive two weeks before that.
> On Jun 5, 2014, at 20:08 , Shane Coughlan <shane-Vh7EkPXfeH/j1p73w5sLM0B+6BGkLq7r@public.gmane.org
> > Dear all
> > I want to reboot our book. It's been pending a while. Some
chapters are in, some chapters are pledged as below. Just a reminder:
this book will be a collection of previously published research around
Open Innovation to complement our book of essays around the topic last
> > If you have pledged a chapter, can you give me a timescale for
submitting it? I would like to try and wrap up submissions for end of
> > Also, I wanted to double-check with Chris Marsden and Jochen
Friedrich if you would be interested in providing a chapter consisting
of previously published work?
> > Finally, if anyone else wants to submit a chapter of previously published work, now is the moment to speak up.
> > The chapters already in are:
> > Mathieu Paapst, Four dimensions affecting policy resistance in IT procurement
> > Cameron Neylon, 2012: The year it all changed in open access
> > Tineke M. Egyedi, Standards and Sustainable Infrastructures:
Matching Compatibility Strategies with System Flexibility Objectives
> > Peter Murray-Rust, Open Data, Open Source and Open Standards in chemistry: The Blue Obelisk five years on
> > Andrew Katz, Towards a Functional Licence for Open Hardware
> > And chapters pledged:
> > Andrew Adams, The Open vs Closed Debate
> > Karsten Gerloff, Title pending
> > Andy Updegrove, Introduction to the book
> > Regards
> > Shane
> > <Four Dimensions - OFA EDITION.docx><Egyedi_Standards_Sustain_Infras_Comp_Strategies_Felx_Obj.docx><Nature-Commentary2012.docx>
> > --
> > Shane Coughlan
> > Fellow Coordinator
> > OpenForum Academy
> > e: shane <at> openforumeurope.org
> > p: +81 (0) 80 4035 8083
> > w: www.openforumeurope.org
> Shane Coughlan
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