outlets for alpha taxonomy
susanne71_2000 at YAHOO.DE
Thu Jan 31 09:22:19 CST 2002
> > It is true that webbased information is not as
> > permanent. But no one said that a journal which
> > publishes additional information on a website
> > not make a few copies of this information and
> place it
> > in designated repository libraries.
> Susanne - Material may be brought out to the
> public's attention by any and
> all media. But for the purposes of the Code, the
> validity and thus date
> of _first_ publication is limited to that media that
> meets the Code's
> requirements of what constitutes publication.
> Simply said, your scenario
> is backwards. Viewed from the perspective of
> officially, the electronic
> media can only make the info available for public
> consumption _after_ it is
> validly published scientifically.
> If the information is presented on-line first it is
> bogus scientifically -
> until and unless it is published somewhere else in
> accord with the Code.
did anything in my post suggest that the copy of the
website information (on paper, in a printed journal or
on a CD Rom) should be deposited in libraries LATER
than it is made public on the website?
So what's your point?
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