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RePEc emerged from the NetEc group ,
created in 1992, which received support for its WoPEc project between
1996-1999 by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) of the UK
Higher Education Funding Councils, as part of its Electronic Libraries
Programme (eLib). RePEc was created in June 1997 to decentralize the
work done by WoPEc and thus make it independent of grant needs. RePEc is
then guaranteed to remain free for all parties.
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The obvious place to build such a commenting/post publication review system has always been directly in PubMed – it has everything and everyone already uses it.