Various governments, universities, scientific groups and even publishing houses have been trying to make the world of dissemination of research outputs more open. Arxiv, OpenDepot, Figshare, etc., are Open Access repositories to share research. The Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) is a public statement of principles relating to open access to the research literature. It arose from a conference convened in Budapest by the Open Society Institute on December 1–2, 2001 to promote open access. What we aim at is fast change by using these already existing and vastly successful Open Access repositories as the driving engines. The main cost of running a scholarly exchange platform (journals, etc.) comes from the process of 'peer review', where a select few choose research to be published. In the Vitayard system, the researchers themselves chooses research outputs from the repositories and this makes peer review free and trule open.