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Re: [Swarmfest2006] (no subject)

From: Steve Railsback
Subject: Re: [Swarmfest2006] (no subject)
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 10:37:56 -0700
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Rick Riolo wrote:
as i recall that is how we did it for the swarmfest that was at um,
i.e., submissions were to the swarmfest-X list and so all
the people on the board saw it.  i think we had people volunteer
to do several papers each and we made sure we had at least
2 readers of each paper.

we can set up a separate list here at um, or we could
just open the swarmfest-2006 list for that.

Right now, anyone can send to swarmfest-2006 and I (or you, Rick) have to let it through. There's been a fairly steady stream of spam so I'm happy to keep filtering.

In fact, the call for papers tells people to send submissions to swarmfest-2006, so we can't change that.

How about if I accumulate the submittals, and as we get closer I can distribute them for review?

Greg: We should revise the Call for papers to talk about abstract approval. I forgot that some people cannot get travel funding unless their abstract is approved. Could you add something like this to the end of the paragraph that starts "Two kinds of presentation...": "In the past we have been able to accommodate most requests to present. Official acceptance decisions will be made the first week of June. If you need an earlier decision, for example to secure travel funds, please say so in your submittal."

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