Our announcement has had a bit of resonance:
- Eric Bakovic at phonoloblog declares “We Need to Do This, Too”:
It’s a great idea, and I think we can and should do something similar for phonology and phonetics for all the same reasons that David and Kai are doing this for semantics and pragmatics.
In the comments to his entry, there are interesting skeptical remarks by John McCarthy and Alan Prince, which we will respond to on this blog soon.
- Brian Weatherson links to our announcement and says:
The journal will be open access and online, and it is well and truly worth supporting. I was thinking of developing a policy of submitting all non-solicited papers (if I ever write such a thing again) to Philosophers’ Imprint, out of general support for open access principles. But perhaps the right policy is a more general support for open access.