Peer review journal - cut the Gordian Knot

Gomez Luis Diego ldgomez at NS.OTS.AC.CR
Mon Nov 27 13:48:42 CST 1995

That is a dandy idea. Question, who pays for database management? re
databases and abstracting services, please peruse article in july or
august Scientific American devoted to analyze science in the third world.
Even not in third world e.g. some German Universities to mention one case,
not everyone has access to a net. I am concerned with providing access to
as many people as possible.

On Mon, 27 Nov 1995, Marcus Kit Petz wrote:

> Why not have a central database administered, whereby all new
> descriptions must be submitted here in a "correct" format. Any that
> were inadequate could be refused. With Journal cooperation it could
> be made a prerequisite for publification. In this way forthcoming
> articles in the Xanadu Local Digest would be referenced correctly
> both befre and aftre with an actual publification date.
> If a man marches to a different beat perhaps he hears a different drummer.

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