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Which financial/organizational aspect of journals should be the community's top priority?
Which should be the community's 2nd-highest priority?
What should the vision community do NOW?
What should the academics on the editorial boards of overpriced journals (be they subscription or open access) do?
Options for "Make a change"Which features would you like to see in a journal?
Which should be the community's 3rd-highest priority?
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1/13/2016 18:11:15Low costOpen access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
a reduction in all the additional banners, highlights, icons, namedropping, etc
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/14/2016 19:50:02
Full academic or professional society control.
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratchAbility to pay should not be a consideration when submittingNon-profit
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1/14/2016 16:13:09Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalEncourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump shipAccepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/14/2016 6:35:09Non-profitLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Support PeerJAccepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.Open access
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1/13/2016 16:35:15
Transparent financial accounts
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage JoV and ARVO to lower open-access fees and also achieve better financial transparencyAccepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.Non-profit
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1/14/2016 23:54:53
Transparent financial accounts
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/visionAccepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.Non-profit
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1/21/2016 3:03:13
Transparent financial accounts
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many., keep it simple, don't increase work and efforts for authors by adding well-meant policies.
Low cost
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1/19/2016 2:13:46
Full academic or professional society control.
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump shipCommittee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/13/2016 14:04:03Open access
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/18/2016 19:46:02
Transparent financial accounts
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
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1/14/2016 5:21:49Low cost
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Realize that it costs something to make a journal: the reaslistic expexation should be $X per article, not $zero per articleDon't tell other people what they "should" or "should not" do!
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/18/2016 15:23:59Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Refuse to submit our review papers in vision researchIn acceptance letter to author and a link to a recommended preprint siteLow cost
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1/19/2016 2:38:16
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Low cost
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1/19/2016 13:59:28
Full academic or professional society control.
Nothing, carry on as normal
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
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1/14/2016 10:59:24
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump shipOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Low cost
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1/18/2016 13:43:44Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump shipOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Low cost
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1/13/2016 15:46:28Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump shipOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/14/2016 9:54:05
Full academic or professional society control.
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratchOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Open access
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1/18/2016 15:48:39Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect submissions and support low cost non profit journals w open accessOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Low cost
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1/18/2016 17:31:10
Full academic or professional society control.
Non-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump shipOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/18/2016 20:27:59Non-profit
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump shipOpen journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.Open access
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1/14/2016 19:39:25Non-profitLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Open access
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1/13/2016 14:47:41Low costOpen access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/14/2016 12:48:02
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/14/2016 1:55:52Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/15/2016 4:05:56Low costOpen access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/19/2016 0:09:42Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfpressure the publishers
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/14/2016 3:09:20
Don't think any of these are important.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
Nothing, carry on as normal
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Quality (!!) of the reviews, which ensures a quality product. I am a bit annoyed (and surprised) by the fact that this survey did not ask about the importance of quality!
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/14/2016 10:26:59Low cost
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfLobby for publication fees to be scrapped
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Quicker turnaround to get reviewers confirmed
Open access
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1/18/2016 20:03:07Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Non-profit
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1/19/2016 3:19:18Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/21/2016 16:42:00Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfPersuade JoV and VR to change fees for OA as a collective group
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/14/2016 10:56:07
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Take a chill pill
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
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1/18/2016 22:54:49Low cost
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Signed reviews--no anonymity, or full anonymity for both authors and reviewers with coded reference list
Open access
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1/19/2016 20:35:02Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Transparent financial accounts
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1/17/2016 10:49:06
Full academic or professional society control.
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Non-profit
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1/18/2016 13:50:19Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
request transparency of costs and demand LOWER prices. Also, paying reviewers should be considered. Why should we work for free for editorials that profit so much?
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
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1/13/2016 22:09:58Low cost
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Transparent financial accounts
40
1/14/2016 12:45:02Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Non-profit
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1/18/2016 19:11:59Open access
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/19/2016 5:39:13Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.)
Non-profit
43
1/18/2016 20:25:27Non-profit
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalEncourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship, create a large decentralized reviewing community (such as github for code)
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Open access
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1/19/2016 0:24:11Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalStart setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
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1/14/2016 14:04:07Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
46
1/18/2016 15:03:00Low cost
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Open access
47
1/13/2016 18:01:50Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Non-profit
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1/18/2016 21:20:50Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Non-profit
49
1/13/2016 14:45:17Non-profitLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/18/2016 23:38:50
Full academic or professional society control.
Non-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Open access
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1/14/2016 12:09:44
Full academic or professional society control.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Boycot open-access
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/14/2016 23:39:24
Full academic or professional society control.
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Low cost
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1/19/2016 0:19:20
Full academic or professional society control.
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfencourage Elsevier and ARVO to update their models
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., consider a review format like at eLife: http://elifesciences.org/about#process
Transparent financial accounts
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1/18/2016 19:05:51Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalStart setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
55
1/14/2016 0:58:57Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Simply continue in their role at their present journal providing valuable services
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/18/2016 23:00:50Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
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1/13/2016 13:14:07Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalEncourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship, ArXiv model
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Transparent financial accounts
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1/15/2016 7:26:16Open access
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Low cost
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1/18/2016 21:13:43Low cost
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfwork to change existing journals like VR and JoV
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Non-profit
60
1/19/2016 2:43:24
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Did not understand context of 'jump ship'
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Low cost
61
1/19/2016 8:55:17
Transparent financial accounts
Non-profit
Nothing, carry on as normal
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Low cost
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1/18/2016 14:04:06Open access
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Low cost
63
1/19/2016 7:53:26Low cost
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/18/2016 19:36:04Open access
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., I worry about MDPI: http://scholarlyoa.com/?s=mdpi
Non-profit
65
1/15/2016 3:58:25
Transparent financial accounts
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage financial transparency from JoV
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
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1/18/2016 19:04:06Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Low cost
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1/15/2016 1:52:38Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Get Journal of Vision to offer a minimal-cost option where the author does all the copy editing and typesetting.
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many., I would prefer the opposite of the last point, i.e. an option for the journal to do no copy editing or typesetting - the author would do all this in return for a very low publication charge. I find that journal copy editors create more work than they save, rewording my text so that it no longer reads the way I want it to, messing up my figures, and introducing errors, particularly in equations. In some papers I have had to correct dozens of errors; in one paper that I published in PLOS ONE, I found over 100 errors in the published paper that were not in the final manuscript that I uploaded. I would MUCH rather do all typesetting and copy editing myself, and this should make the publication cost minimal.
Full academic or professional society control.
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1/15/2016 0:18:44Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Full academic or professional society control.
69
1/20/2016 1:31:54Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Full academic or professional society control.
70
1/21/2016 3:25:32Low cost
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Non-profit
71
1/14/2016 10:46:09Open access
Full academic or professional society control.
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Transparent financial accounts
72
1/16/2016 0:19:45
Transparent financial accounts
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Open access
73
1/18/2016 19:02:21Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Low cost
74
1/16/2016 8:23:25Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Full academic or professional society control.
75
1/14/2016 1:25:29
Transparent financial accounts
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Open access
76
1/14/2016 2:51:33Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Full academic or professional society control.
77
1/18/2016 23:32:58Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Transparent financial accounts
78
1/18/2016 23:59:45
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Nothing, carry on as normal
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Non-profit
79
1/14/2016 5:42:40Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Low cost
80
1/13/2016 18:17:28
Full academic or professional society control.
Non-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Low cost
81
1/18/2016 13:38:22Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Openness Badges. One way to encourage open practices is to reward authors for doing them. Journal articles making raw data and study materials available will feature Open Data and Open Materials badges in the article itself and on the journal contents page. Additionally, articles with preregistered studies will include a Preregistered badge. These badges make it easy for the community to see who is doing their science in the open. These badges have already been adopted by the Association for Psychological Science., Professional proofreading and typesetting. Improves professionalism of final product (useful if sending articles as evidence on job applications), but obviously increases cost. Soem open access journals go without this to reduce costs.
Transparent financial accounts
82
1/15/2016 1:21:22Non-profitLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship, Don;t use journals at all. Submit all work to repositories and let the community judge the quality.
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Transparent financial accounts
83
1/18/2016 14:16:41Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalPropose university policies to direct faculty to publish only in open access distributors that offer transparent peer-review/commentary at low-cost or for free.
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
84
1/19/2016 0:34:07
Full academic or professional society control.
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journal
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Open access
85
1/13/2016 23:22:47
Transparent financial accounts
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Open access
86
1/14/2016 8:13:26Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfchange policy of established journals
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Transparent financial accounts
87
1/14/2016 9:47:27Low costOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
88
1/18/2016 13:14:57
Full academic or professional society control.
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfSupport the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Non-profit
89
1/18/2016 13:26:33Low costNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfStart setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Open access
90
1/19/2016 6:38:03Low costNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full).
Full academic or professional society control.
91
1/21/2016 9:04:09
Full academic or professional society control.
Low cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many., Consider a procedure to let the author to remain anonymous, at least for the first stages of the review process: too often editors' and reviewers' decisions are biased by the popularity of the author(s)' name...
Transparent financial accounts
92
1/14/2016 9:47:14
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Start setting up a new journal from scratch, setting public journals maintained by institutuions (university, agencies, governments, research institutes)
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many., I didn't know where to write this comment but I think the institutions should prevent their researchers to work as editors/reviewers for non open access journals
Transparent financial accounts
93
1/18/2016 23:56:14Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
94
1/19/2016 0:01:52
Full academic or professional society control.
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfEncourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Don't think any of the remaining are important.
95
1/15/2016 3:45:55Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Resign and join a low-cost journalStart setting up a new journal from scratch, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Full academic or professional society control.
96
1/13/2016 21:29:46Open accessLow cost
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Encourage the VR Editorial Board to jump ship, Encourage the JoV Editorial Board to jump ship
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Transparent financial accounts
97
1/18/2016 23:24:37Open accessNon-profit
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itself
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available.
Transparent financial accounts
98
1/18/2016 18:06:31
Full academic or professional society control.
Open access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Accepts submissions in LaTeX. Desired by a minority of our community, but we don't know how many.
Transparent financial accounts
99
1/20/2016 4:19:48Non-profit
Transparent financial accounts
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Wait until a majority or supermajority of editors agree to resign, and then resign en masse, with a plan agreed among the editors to join or start something else
Redirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Open access
100
1/18/2016 20:52:17Non-profitOpen access
Make a change (choosing this will lead to some possible options)
Work with the publisher to reform the journal itselfRedirect our submissions and support to i-Perception, Support the new MDPI journal, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/vision, Start setting up a new journal from scratch
Open review, if the authors choose. (Upon initial submission of a manuscript, the authors can elect to have the reviews of the manuscript published along with the manuscript itself, should the manuscript be accepted. Reviewers could elect to sign their reviews or remain anonymous. This allows the community to judge the vetting of the manuscript after publication, as well as prevents the disappearance of the valuable information in many reviews.), Post publication review. Journal articles will have an associated forum page, in which readers can post comments on articles after publication. This allows the community to discuss papers in an immediate and transparent way. The system could additionally support numerical ratings of papers to allow automated analysis and ranking (see e.g. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fncom.2012.00079/full)., Open journal timeframes. The journal could make data on time to first review, acceptance, and time from review to publication available., Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) membership, or a commitment to follow their guidelines.
Low cost
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