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Re: [tor-talk] Anonbib November papers without papers
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Many thanks for taking care of this! anonbib is an important resource.
Could you please also add one more entry and include this research
paper with date September 2014? I am trying for over 1 week to find
time to do it but need to learn how to use bibtex/git.
It was announced here:
And the research paper is here:
We already have a fix for it suggested by Paul which seams fairly easy
to implement and shouldn't affect more than the load in the network
and on each relay:
On 12/22/2014 7:07 PM, Sebastian G. <bastik.tor> wrote:
> 22.12.2014, 13:35 Philipp Winter:
>> On Sat, Dec 20, 2014 at 09:12:58PM +0100, Sebastian G.
>> <bastik.tor> wrote:
>>> while there are more pressing issue, or not I had noticed
>>> previously that all papers on anonbib from November 2014 have
>>> no papers. Well November wasn't over, but now it is December.
>>> Up to August 2014 papers have papers "attached" to them. I'm
>>> referring to the PDF files.
>>> Is there any reason why there aren't any papers.
>> You are referring to the WPES and CCS papers. The reason for
>> that is that WPES and CCS are conferences whose papers are
>> published by the academic publisher ACM. ACM is one of the worst
>> offenders in open access. You can only read their research
>> papers after paying quite a bit of money. For people who are not
>> affiliated with a university, it's typically too expensive to
>> obtain more than a few research papers.
>> That said, many researchers are nice enough to put their papers
>> online by themselves so that others can read them for free.
>> Somebody just has to search for these papers and then add the pdf
>> files to anonbib.
> So I did, by looking up their tiles and sending an email to anonbib
> with updated bibtex entires.
> Just "FARB: Fast Anonymous Reputation-Based Blacklisting without
> TTPs" couldn't be found by my short search, yet.
> ACM would charge $15 for non-members, $10 for members and $5 for
> ACM student members for the paper above. Without getting much to
> know about the paper, before buying it.
> I wonder if Allegany College of Maryland, which would be ACM as
> well or if Associated Colleges of the Midwest, which would also be
> ACM, get the same discount. They are Association for Computing
> Machinery, which is ACM, their ACM I guess.
> Not exactly what I call education-friendly. It doesn't have to be
> free, though free education would be desirable, but letting people
> access them for a reasonable amount of money should be
> Reminds me of Aaron Swartz and his effort to make JSTOR papers
> freely available.
>> Cheers, Philipp
> Cheers, Sebastian
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