Re: CFP: Journal of Web Semantics special issue on life science and e-science

If they changed their position it is because of EU guidelines on open science and consequently more open publishing.

And since penalties imposed by EU for violating rules are very stiff, they may be changing their ways ahead of trouble.

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 From: David Booth <>
To:; "community, Linked" <> 
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2013 7:31 PM
Subject: Re: CFP: Journal of Web Semantics special issue on life science and  e-science
Have Elsevier's policies against Open Science changed?  Thousands of 
researchers started boycotting them last year:


On 03/14/2013 05:16 PM, Tim Finin wrote:
> The Elsevier Journal of Web Semantics (
> seeks submission of papers for a special issue on Life Science and
> e-Science ( edited by Tim Clark and Marco
> Roos. Submission are due by 2013-7-31 with acceptances in November,
> preprints online in December and hardcopy published in early 2014.

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