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- Subject: concurrent users
- From: Rina_Pantalony@pch.gc.ca
- Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 20:11:41 EDT
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I have been following an interesting discussion thread regarding the management of concurrent users. As I recall in this discussion, a member of our list requested feedback whether it was reasonable that a content provider require a library to monitor the number of concurrent users. Apart from the more traditional mechanisms of managing the number of users see http://www.library.yale.edu/~llicense/mongen.shtml , where it states that it is reasonable that a content provider require the library to limit access to unauthorized material, I would be interested to hear the views of members of this list serv whether other management models would better suit the site license environment between content providers and libraries. After all the idea of concurrent or simultaneous users is a fiction in the internet environment and not an efficient method of determining a license price point.
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