You may have seen these interesting posts about preprints on Scholarly Kitchen yesterday and today:
We took this as an opportunity to articulate the status and direction of OSF Preprints and the branded services it supports with a blog post:
We’d appreciate your comments as always, and your sharing it in your social networks. Also, it offered the occasion to describe the ongoing effort to build moderation workflows on the service, and to announce some of the new partners that will be offering preprint services using the open infrastructure:
LawArXiv — A partnership of Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA), Mid-American Law Library Consortium (MALLCO), NELLCO Law Library Consortium Inc. (NELLCO) and Cornell Law Library
MarXiv: Marine Affairs Research and Education will offer a preprint service for the ocean sciences.
SciELO: SciELO’s preprint service will extend their substantial support of scholarly publishing in Latin America, Portugal, Space, and South Africa.
PaleoArXiv: A community of researchers has organized to offer a preprint service to the paleontology community.
MindArkīv: The Mind & Life Institute will operate MindArkīv to foster preprints in the contemplative sciences.
FUSF: The Focused Ultrasound Foundation will operate a preprint service to accelerate sharing of research related to their funding mission.
Hope you find this discussion useful.
Center for Open Science“ (SCHOLCOMM-L)
Source: Biology preprints over time