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Beta Testing Case Studies


I would like some help with Beta Testing case studies if anyone knows of any
i would be most appreiciative.

Happy New Year


----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Graham <psgraham@syr.edu>
To: <liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu>
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2000 2:31 AM
Subject: ALPSP model Grant of License--syntax

> A brief comment on the intended text of the model as it stands, without
> yet getting into the content:  in the paragraph below the colon is used in
> a way that usually in English signifies apposition.  Thus the sentence as
> it stands says (to me) that the internal education uses, mounting on local
> website, basis of own publications, etc. *are* in conflict with the
> commercial business interests of the publisher.
> If the "as follows" was intended to deal with this, then the construction
> is inconsistent, for the listed items are explicit and the "as long as"
> phrase becomes redundant and contradictory.
> Even if my grammatical interpretations are wrong, I suggest recasting the
> phraseology.
> --
> Peter Graham    Syracuse University Library    psgraham@syr.edu
> Syracuse NY 13244-2010 315/443-5530 fax 315/443-2060 11/99nw4.4
> _________________________
> Ann Okerson wrote:
> > Sally Morris, Secretary-General of ALPSP, sends the following message:
> [....]
> > You also retain the
> > right to use your own article (provided you acknowledge the published
> > original in standard bibliographic citation form) as follows, as long as
> > you do not sell it [or give it away] in ways which would conflict
> > with our commercial business interests:  for the internal educational or
> > other purposes of your own institution or company;  mounted on your own
> > your institution's website;  [posted to free public servers of preprints
> > and/or articles in your subject area];  in whole or in part, as the
> > for your own further publications or spoken presentations.