After leaving Microsoft Research in Redmond 15 months ago, I have just now got around to retrieving my original blog posts on Open Access. So the next posts are just my earlier posts on open access from 2013 – which still seem to me surprisingly relevant. The first six posts are installments on my personal journey to open access and the second six are a set of contributions reviewing the status of open access around the globe.
Of course it is very frustrating that these 2013 posts are indeed still relevant and we have not made more progress to open access. More importantly we need to make significant progress towards open science – with persistent links from research papers to the relevant data and software required to produce the scientific results. In the next few months I will look at where we are now on the road to reproducible open science.
So the next twelve posts are ‘old’ and from 2013 …
Tony Hey, 10th March 2017