Community discussion around POSI and an invitation to share your thoughts

The following key documents (listed chronologically) discuss or draw on the POSI principles:

Year & month Title Authors
2015-February (Originally-proposed) Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures Neylon, Bilder, Lin
2015-August What exactly is infrastructure? Seeing the leopard’s spots Neylon, Bilder, Lin
2016-January Where are the pipes? Building Foundational Infrastructures for Future Services Neylon, Bilder, Lin
2016-July Squaring Circles: The economics and governance of scholarly infrastructures Neylon
2018-April Supporting Research Communications: A Guide Chodacki et al
2019-January Good Practice Principles for Scholarly Communication Services COAR-SPARC
2019-April EXAMPLARITY CRITERIA for funding from the National Open Science Fund through platforms, infrastructures and editorial content French National Open Science Fund
2020-October Living Our Values and Principles: Exploring Assessment Strategies for the Scholarly Communication Field Skinner and Wipperman, Educopia Institute
2021-October Now is the time to work together toward open infrastructures for scholarly metadata Hendricks et al
2021-November Beyond open: Key criteria to assess open infrastructure Invest In Open
2022-February Assessing data infrastructure: the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure Dodds

All the adoptees welcome questions and suggestions about The Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure or about this website.

If your question is not answered in our FAQ, we encourage you to ask your questions in public using our issue tracker because that allows others who are interested in POSI to comment and contribute to the conversation as well.

Submit a question and/or suggestion

If you prefer to submit your public question vie email, you can do so simply by clicking on the “Email a new issue to this project” link.

But, If, for whatever reason, you are uncomfortable asking your question in public, then please email questions directly to either:

  • john.chodacki [at] ucop [dot] edu
  • gbilder [at] crossref [dot] org

… and somebody from POSI will get in touch with you directly.

Thank you.