Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got? #academia #scholcomm
Excellent, important. on why 'for-profit' vs 'non-profit' just ain't that simple folks
Really appreciate stepping up to help correct misconceptions about for-profits in academia.
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Thoughtful post from via "nonprofit != good, for-profit != exploitation"
An on point piece from . It mirrors my thoughts on the right blend needed for scholarly infrastructure
. argues against the view that scholarly communications should be non-profit in
Why the involvement of for-profit organizations in #openscience platforms may not be such a bad thing
. explains why the non-profit vs. for-profit dichotomy may be too simplistic: #openscience
It's a complex landscape - but I work with an amazing bunch of people who care greatly about what they do
Innovation in academia needs a democratic marketplace, "a healthy blend of #opensource, commercial, non-profit and for-profit" says CEO #OpenScience
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"If you cannot get rid of the people who govern you, you do not live in a democratic system" #datalibs
Alternative title - a defense of figshare as a for-profit company?
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Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got?
non-profit vs. commercial is a red herring. i could not agree more
Great piece arguing that 'for profit' can be part of scholalry ecosystem & doesn't conflict with 'open'
Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got? via
says "the non-profit vs. for-profit dichotomy itself may be too simplistic; non-profit is not synonymous with good, and for-profit is not synonymous with exploitation."
Great blog by : "non-profit is not synonymous w. good, & for-profit is not synonymous w. exploitation"
Valuable contribution to the non-profit vs. for profit model debate in scholarly communication from
Post well worth reading, by
Excellent post from  from figshare that excellently covers a thorny issue that seems to be on many peoples…
It's a complicated issue, I feel, and one I'm still trying to wrap my head around. This recent piece by was quite brilliant :) via
Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got?
Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got?
Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got?
“Figshare ... is an independent company. We have one investor, Digital Science, which has a non-controlling stake.”
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“Digital Science is fully owned by the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, which is privately owned.”