IPC10 Lecce proceedings Re: [Annelida] nephtyid chaetae -2

gambimc from szn.it via annelida%40net.bio.net (by gambimc from szn.it)
Thu Aug 11 03:08:50 EST 2011


Dears annelidians,
as one of the co-Editor of the 10th IPC Proceedings in the Italian  
Journal of Zoology, together with Adriana and Greg, I wish to clarify:
1) the Proceedings are almost finalized, but since the dealy in the  
acceptance of the very few last papers, we have decided, in agreement  
with the Publisher, to publish online-first the accepted articles...
2) the printed version of the whole Proceedings will be available in  
October, although all articles will be visible online-first as son as  
they are ready. Then a copy of the volume will be distributed to all  
participants of the Conference who paied the inscription fee or were  
invited as speakers by the Organizers...
3) the online-first article are NOT open access since this would have  
implied r very high costs with the Publisher, that the organizations  
could not be able to cover with the Conference fee (that was  
deliberately maintained relatively low to allow wider participation)...
So we are sorry but the only way to have an article is to ask Authors  
of the paper you ar interested to send you the pdf, as we were used to  
do not long ago!
I hope I clarified and sorry for the late notice on the above  
informaton but... I was out on vacation...
chers and my best to everyone,
Maria Cristina Gambi

Citando Pat Hutchings <Pat.Hutchings from austmus.gov.au>:

> Wonder if those of us who participated in the conference will   
> receive a bound copy of the journal, because we do not subscribe to   
> this journal Pat
>
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> [mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of Geoff Read
> Sent: Thursday, 11 August 2011 4:48 PM
> To: Annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
> Subject: IPC10 Lecce proceedings Re: [Annelida] nephtyid chaetae -2
>
> Nataly is not the only one now surprised that IPC10 proceedings in
> Italian Journal of Zoology seemingly will not be open access. Me too.
> This is unfortunate.
>
> Please could those publishing new or revision taxonomy send me pdf of
> their papers when finalised (only ifirst & only some is online at the
> moment)?
> Maybe I will remind you all later again. I need to see that the new
> taxa are recorded in the World Register of Marine Species, and for that
> we, the editors, need to see the papers. We cannot wait for five years
> (is it 5 for this journal?) for the articles to become freely available
> - well we could wait, but we and you both would rather WoRMS was up to
> date if humanly possible. :-)
>
> Thanks,
>
> Geoff (lead editor WoRMS polychaete team)
>
>>>> On 31/07/2011 at 5:58 a.m., Наталия Днестровская<ndnestro from mail.ru>
> wrote:
>> Please forgive me, but I did not know, that the journal Taylor &
> Francis
>> Online is not an open-access
>>   :(
>>
>> What a pity...
>>
>> Nataly
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