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The European Commission has finally put the documents from the Brussels meeting online, or at least it has tried. It lists the URLs on a February 15 press release but forgot to mention which URL belongs to which document. Normally you could click through to find this useful information, but two of the URLs fail, for different reasons. I confirmed the URLs and learned their intended targets from other EC pages, particularly the i2010 Digital Library Initiative and the the Science and Society publication page.
I'll blog excerpts from the Communication and Staff Working Paper as soon as I can load them. But I didn't want to wait for that before laying out the titles and links.
Last year, to facilitate discussion of the OA recommendations in the EC report, the EC launched a Community on Scientific Publications on SINAPSE, its discussion forum for scientific input on policy proposals. It apparently hopes that the discussion of its new position will continue there.
Excerpt from the press release:
Excerpt from the FAQ:
Update. Here's a new and better URL for the Staff Working Paper.