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Re: Publish or (gulp) Perish
- From: Marshall Eubanks
- Date: Fri Mar 26 20:10:25 2004
On Fri, 26 Mar 2004 15:18:59 -0600
"Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr." <LarrySheldon@cox.net> wrote:
> Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
> > In message <BC8601E4.email@example.com>, Daniel Golding writes:
> >>Slightly off-topic...
> >>Most technical fields have standard journals that they use to publish
> >>interesting findings and new ways of doing things. Everything from Nature to
> >>the JAMA. Here's the question for the group: Do these sorts of publications
> >>exist in the networking/carrier/internetworking space, and if not, should
> > I've approached a few likely parties; reaction thus far is favorable.
> > I'll post a note here when I get explicit go-aheads. It's not free for
> > the publishing venue -- they have to have access to enough competent
> > reviewers.
Neither money nor reviewers are really needed. The XArchiv system
works really well in physics and astronomy and has a sparsely used networking
It works well if heavily used because it is open to any submission (including corrections
of previous submissionns) and because many papers are eventually published in print journals.
> > The converse, of course, is that the operational community will have to
> > generate enough papers...
> What ever happened to the blue, paper-back-book-sizes periodical,
> "Proceedings of the Bell Laboratories" or summatlikethat?
> (Hmmmm...I wonder which library _those_ are buried in.....)
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