On 24 Mar 2006, at 16:47, Eric Lease Morgan wrote: > I have drafted an essay called All Things Open where I outline open > source software, OAI, OpenURL, and open access publishing.... > > http://infomotions.com/musings/all-things-open/ > > I'm looking for a bit of peer-review. Questions, comments, > clarifications, corrections, or criticisms are welcome on- or off- > line. I've been wanting to try out some web-based annotation tools for use in peer-review and collaboration, so I've installed a copy of Geof Glass' very cool Marginalia and imported this essay into it (I hope that's alright with you Eric). You'll find the page here: http:// alf.hubmed.org/annotation/open.html - please feel free to add and edit annnotations at will (though please don't delete other people's annotations that might be useful). There's also a test page that doesn't store annotations, with some instructions: http:// alf.hubmed.org/annotation/index.html It's very basic at the moment, as there's no user control so anyone can deface the annotations. What I'd like to see eventually is a wiki- like editing interface for the main content (with the ability to fork off new versions) and non-anonymous annotations, as well as voting by reviewers (+1, -1, abstain) on whether to accept an article for publication. alf.