I've published a few articles on some work I did at a previous research institute. I've recently moved to a new research institute and have continued much of the same work. The new institute wants to put up a list of publications to demonstrate the skills and expertise of their current staff there and would like to link to some of my old publications, without altering anything in them.
Now I can surely see the value in showcasing "this is what our people can do" and I don't see any harm in it since it will still clearly show the institute where the work was originally done, and is inline with the current institutions work, but it might be seen as padding an unfair attributions.
Is this a matter of opinion or are there clear guidelines here?