Be Sensible: Don’t Fall for Publisher Pseudo-Legal Double-Talk and Bogus Pseudo-Distinctions

Taylor & Francis Green OA Self-Archiving Policy is just fine for OA needs:

3.2 Retained rights

In assigning Taylor & Francis or the journal proprietor copyright, or granting an exclusive license to publish, you retain:

the right to post your Author Accepted Manuscript (AAM) on your departmental or personal website at any point after publication of your article.

As for the later hedge:

Embargoes apply? if you are posting the AAM to an institutional or subject repository.

Ignore this completely.

The author?s institutional repository is the author?s institutional website. Period.

Authors and institutions: Please don?t prolong the needless, empty, pseudo-legal nonsense and subterfuge that has been holding back OA for decades. Ignore this phoney, groundless distinction and self-archive your final draft in your IR immediately upon acceptance (as HEFCE/REF2020 & EC/Horizon2020 require), and make it OA immediately.

Your Wizened & Weary Archivangelist