I'm concerned about the Kate Sharpley Library's policy re online version of pamphlets that they publish.
I've seen it said on these boards a couple of times that they've requested that such-and-such a pamhplet not be put online, and I've come across this myself before as well, when they asked that Gwen not distribute Dare to Be a Daniel, an excellent pamphlet which she invested a lot of effort in typing up.
Now, the KSL is a great project and the last thing I want is to see it close down, but all this seems completely self-defeating to me. The argument for keeping these texts offline, as I understand it, is that the KSL needs the revenue to be able to continue publishing more pamphlets. But surely the only reason to publish pamphlets at all is to have them read by as many people as possible. They'll be read by far more people if they're online, and digital versions of texts can be taken by any group anywhere in the world and printed out.
I'd like to hear directly from a KSL-involved person on this issue, but I also think there's a debate for the wider community about whether we should actually listen to their demands or not. Personally I think we should be putting every useful or important text we can online, even if it does tread on their toes.