The information that SHERPA provides through the RoMEO service is given freely to interested parties, with the following conditions for re-use:
- The information provided by the SHERPA RoMEO service is not for commerical re-use.
information is available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
To pass on this license to others, the following phrase and CC logo should be used:
" This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License."
- The following SHERPA/RoMEO logo should be incorporated somewhere on a
relevant public page which uses RoMEO information. There are different sizes
of logo available: wherever possible, please include the logo on the page
where the information is presented. Please make the logo an active link
to the following page: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/RoMEO.php
Just right-click on the required image and 'Save As...' to your local drive,
or set the SRC of your HTML image to the relevant link.
- If RoMEO information is re-interpreted or modified, then we ask for the following text to be used in addition to the logo in an appropriate place:
- A prototype API is available and is currently being developed for better integration into local services and m2m interaction. Details will be released on this site.
- We welcome feedback, updates and suggestions from your users regarding RoMEO information. To do so, please either provide a link to the RoMEO front page at the SHERPA site - http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo.php - and/or gather feedback locally and then forward to email@example.com.
"This information is derived from the RoMEO database which is compiled by SHERPA and has been modified for use here."
If you wish to use the data under any other conditions, then please contact us to discuss further.
Note - SHERPA cannot be held responsible for the re-use of RoMEO data, or for alternative interpretations which are derived from this information.
- eprints.org site at the University of Southampton
This site is based on a regularly updated download of RoMEO data. Southampton staff then re-interpret the conditions and apply thier own colour-catgorisation.
- Deutsche Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY)
This site extracts publishers with possible relevance to high-energy physics
- Deutsche Initiative für Netzwerkinformation E. V. (DINI)
This site provides German version of RoMEO based on regularly updated downloads of RoMEO data.
- Digital Archive of National Institute of Technology, Roukela
This site uses a locally-held reinterpretation of RoMEO data
This site uses regularly updated downloads of RoMEO data alongside locally held data on Australian publishers.
- Society Copyright Policies in Japan
This site uses RoMEO data alongside locally held data on Japanese publishers. Japanese and English interfaces.