[Taxacom] Paper on taxonomic standards in herpetology
calabar.john at gmail.com
Wed May 15 14:16:21 CDT 2013
Its not necessarily a loophole. Its a way of preventing absolute
suppression in taxonomy. If one were constrained to only published in
certain outlets one might find oneself locked out if one has some view that
is indigestible to the editors or reviewers. The real issue goes back to
quality of the proposition. If its good stuff for those who regard it as
such then it will be widely accepted. If not then it won't (even if it is
good stuff it still might not be widely accepted).
On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 11:43 AM, JF Mate <aphodiinaemate at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ah, well this is something I didn´t know about the code, a loophole you
> could drive a bus through. Thanks Frank. Now for the follow-up question.
> What are chances of closing said loophole? I am certain there are reasons
> why it hasn´t happened yet but it is interesting for the more naive like
> On 15 May 2013 18:57, <Frank.Krell at dmns.org> wrote:
> > "What I don´t understand is how are Hoser´s names Code compliant if they
> > are published in his own, self-edited, non-peer reviewed journal?"
> > Because peer review is not a requirement for availability, neither is
> > author and editor need to be different persons.
> > Frank
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