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Posted in by In a move that I greatly support.

The ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN)

is exploring various ways to adopt a truly Golden Open Access model, by rolling out a asking your opinion, set up by.
Even though I myself am most active in ACM’s Special Interest Group on Software Engineering SIGSOFT, .

I do publish at and attend SIGPLAN conferences such as OOPSLA

And I sincerely hope that SIGSOFT will follow SIGPLAN’s leadership in this important issue.
ACM presently supports (self-archiving) and a concept called “Open TOC” in which papers are accessible via a dedicated “Table of Contents” page for a particular conference.
While better than nothing, I agree with OOPSLA 2017 program chair Jonathan Aldrich who explains in his that is much preferred.
The article processing charges of $400,- are presented as a given: They may seem in line with what commercial publishers charge, but they are certainly very high compared to what, e.g.
charges for ECOOP (which is less than $100).
These costs of $400,- come from ACM’s desire (need) to continue to make a substantial profit from their publishing activities, and should go down.
Shining examples of open access computer science conferences are the , , and events.
Full golden open access of all content, .

And no extra charges for authors — these conferences are years ahead of the ACM

Do you have an opinion on “author pays” versus “participant pays”.
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