Excellent work (you + others) on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:OABOT ! Would you recommend the use of https://oadoi.org/<DOI> clickable links in paper bibliographies, where journals require DOIs?
As for #Wiley, I agree that word is "obnoxious" rather than "wily":
@boud Nice word!
Yes, if you don't have much time to spend on it I think that indiscriminately linking oadoi.org is a reasonable solution. The Italian Wikipedia does so since a while ago. It can be surprisingly hard with some #latex packages to have custom URLs shown, but not too hard.
The oadoi.org URL target may vary in the future, though, so I'd preferably add a stable target like the handle URL of an institutional repository, where available.
Thanks for the feedback. I normally only see a DOI as an *extra* URL, even if that's what the journal wants - in cosmology the best URLs are the #ArXiv links, nearly universal since the mid 1990s, which the journals see as politically incorrect (https://cosmo.torun.pl/blog/arXiv_refs). We'll know in a decade or so if institutional repositories are stable... :)
@boud Institutional repositories have already existed for a couple decades, so I think we already know their track record. If you manually add a permanent URL you can pick your own preferences: often oadoi.org will point to arxiv, but that may change later.
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