[Numpy-discussion] [Matplotlib-users] Python issue of Computing in Science and Engineering available
Wed Apr 25 11:29:01 CDT 2007
On 4/25/07, John Hunter <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 4/25/07, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Since authors are allowed by their publication policy to keep a
> > publicly available copy of their papers on their personal website,
> > here's the ipython one:
> Didn't know that... here's a link to my matplotlib article
I'm going by the language here:
When IEEE publishes the work, the author must replace the previous
electronic version of the accepted paper with either (1) the full
citation to the IEEE work or (2) the IEEE-published version, including
the IEEE copyright notice and full citation. Prior or revised versions
of the paper must not be represented as the published version.
This explicitly mentions author website redistribution, as long as
the official IEEE version is used.
Unless I'm misreading the above, I think it's OK for us to keep such
copies in our personal sites. We can link to them from the scipy
wiki, though I don't think it would be OK to /copy/ the PDFs to the
As always, IANAL and all that.
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