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"The ESAC Registry collects, aggregates and illustrates essential information on the nature and the mechanisms of the growing body of transformative agreements in their current iterations and as they progress through the transition phase to open access, highlighting key terms and conditions of agreements to better inform institutions (libraries, consortia) and publishers in their negotiations and to improve business standards and market transparency"
The Project DEAL initiative was commissioned by the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany, with the aim of concluding nationwide licensing agreements for electronic journals from major academic publishers, such as Elsevier. A proposed "publish and read" deal would make German research output openly accessible.
The Fair Open Access Alliance includes members such as Open Library of Humanities, MathOA, and the Center for Open Science and aims "to help transform the conventions of scholarly publishing, and return control of the publication process to the scholarly community". The Alliance has published a set of Fair Open Access Principles to provide guidance on open access publishing.