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List of journals[edit]

The list of journals seems quite old. Now SciELO has 638 journals (today), so I guess it doesn't make any sense to list all of them here. I would rather enter some text about the project itself.

Sergioruizperez (talk) 08:46, 25 August 2009 (UTC)

Check perfomance of this article[edit]

In January 2014 statistics of this article's traffic the average was less tham 20 pageviews/day. After editing, and adding of links in related articles, in February and March 2014, the statistics increased:

  • more than 30 pageviews/day in March and April 2014
  • more than 40 pageviews/day in June and September 2015

Please, check the lasted 90 days average here to check the growing... And do more links (from other articles or from external sites) to this article! The traffic can grow!

--Krauss (talk) 16:15, 23 August 2015 (UTC)

Take off J. Beall propaganda[edit]

Please remove the section "Controversy": at this time there are no real controversy, the section is used to ideologic and self-promoting of J. Beall. There was a (personal) fake-news and a great disregard for the scientific community in Latin America. Preserving the memory of this fake-news at Wikipedia is a way to preserve better detractor's statistics. --Krauss (talk) 19:05, 28 May 2017 (UTC)

Please elaborate on which policy was violated by that section. Otherwise please do not censor content. -Mys_721tx (talk) 18:04, 19 October 2017 (UTC)
Jeffrey Beall is one of the top librarian and the world's foremost expert on predatory publishing. If he has something to say about something in the world of publishing, Wikipedia cannot ignore it. Invoking Trumpian logic that things that are unflattering to you amounts to fake news will not sway anyone. Headbomb {t · c · p · b} 18:08, 19 October 2017 (UTC)