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What papers are out there that people think deserved to be digitized? And I do not mean scanned, but I mean put into a reasonably searchable format.

Is there a project out there for this type of work?

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closed as not a real question by Martin Brandenburg, Mariano Suárez-Alvarez, Gjergji Zaimi, Andrés E. Caicedo, Dmitri Pavlov Jun 25 '11 at 7:00

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I meant to tag this community wiki.. fixing – Andrew Jun 25 '11 at 4:39
The first question is rather subjective. And for the second one: Well, there are many many digital journals whose goal is exactly what you have stated. – Martin Brandenburg Jun 25 '11 at 4:59
My worry with this question is that, being rather unfocused, it will lead to everyone adding their two cents' worth. Are there particular areas, or particular time periods, that you are particularly interested in? – Yemon Choi Jun 25 '11 at 5:35
Also look at this previous thread… – Gjergji Zaimi Jun 25 '11 at 6:15

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