New Quantum Foundations Journal

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Not sure if this was posted but I came across a fairly recent online journal specializing on Quantum foundations that some might find interesting:
International Journal of Quantum Foundations (ISSN 2375-4729) is devoted to all aspects of the foundations of quantum theories, including conceptual and mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum field theory and quantum gravity. Its aim is to promote quantum foundations research by providing a problem-oriented and debate-encouraged forum for researchers. The journal includes publication of normal papers and reviews, research notes, discussion notes, reminiscences, and book reviews.
http://www.ijqf.org/wps/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/IJQF-flyer1.pdf
http://www.ijqf.org/

Some topics issues that will be published/discussed:
  • Protective Measurement and Quantum Reality
  • Quantum Nonlocality and Reality - 50 Years of Bell's theorem
  • PBR Theorem and Beyond
  • 90 Years of Quantum Mechanics
  • Meaning of the wave function
 
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This looks both interesting and promising. One question: is it closed circle? or behind paywall?
 
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This looks both interesting and promising. One question: is it closed circle? or behind paywall?
It appears to be open without a paywall. This includes the articles, blogs and discussion. And some of the big names in quantum foundations participate in the discussion/blogs/papers:
http://www.ijqf.org/members
 
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Nice line-up of contributing bloggers. :-)
 
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So basically I saw it like some sort of a blog, in which *usually famous* people propose a paper to the available audience (much like arxiv.org), get comments (from subsribed members) and get the final go-ahead from the referees *editorial board*. But it's really interesting to follow on the 'kostenlos' part. It would be a pity if they were to charge money to Joe Does like me.
 

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