[IP-OA_Forum] Fw: Scientific publishing will be a priority on the agenda of the Portuguese Presidency (of the EU)
rubina.vock at fu-berlin.de
Do Nov 15 11:28:15 CET 2007
ich wurde gebeten, untenstehende Information weiter zu leiten.
Bei der Gelegenheit möchte ich darauf hinweisen, dass nun weitere Artikel
des Heft der ZfBB zu Open Access über die IPOA zugänglich sind
----- Original Message -----
From: "N. Miradon" <nmiradon at YAHOO.FR>
To: <AMERICAN-SCIENTIST-OPEN-ACCESS-FORUM at LISTSERVER.SIGMAXI.ORG>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 8:33 AM
Subject: Scientific publishing will be a priority on the agenda of the
Portuguese Presidency (of the EU)
> European Commission Press Release PRE 057/07 (Presse) (Brussels, 12
> 2007) announces that the next meeting of Research Ministers of the
> Union will take place in Brussels on 22 and 23 November 2007.
> The Press Release says that the meeting will be chaired by the Portugese
> Ministers for Economy and Innovation, and for Science Technology and
> Education (Mr Manuel Pinho and Mr Mariano Gago).
> And it announces that one of the agenda items will be "Adoption Of Council
> Conclusions, Scientific information in the digital age: access,
> dissemination and preservation".
> The key document for this agenda item is the European Commission's
> "Communication on Scientific information in the digital age: ..." of
> February 2007 .
> The Commission's "Communication" concludes <<The Commission invites the
> European Parliament and Council to debate the relevant issues on the basis
> of the present Communication.>>
> As of today (2007-11-13 08:04), the European Parliament is still only at
> <<Preparatory phase>> 
> But the Press Release shows that European Council of Ministers has done
> work and is ready to adopt some Conclusions. These Conclusions will have
> been prepared and agreed by a confidential working party of civil servants
> and advisers from all 27 Member States of the EU. What are those
> likely to be? Undoubtedly there are readers of this list who were on that
> that working party, and who could tell us. But the only information in the
> public domain is that Portugal firmly supports the principle of Open
> Access .
> So we have to wait for the press conference at the end of the session. And
> if you do not have a Brussels Press Pass you can follow the press
> conferences live at . Or just wait for the next Press Release, probably
> on the 26 November.
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