In order to preserve a record of our meeting [and instead of compiling conference proceedings], we would like to make presentation slides and posters available through Zenodo, a CERN-developed platform for permanent storage of digital content. Some examples of past ESO workshops with Zenodo proceedings can be found here.
The main advantages of Zenodo are that the content will be
- citable: Zenodo will assign DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) to all submissions
- discoverable: the ESO Library will notify ADS about the conference "collection", and they will harvest the metadata
- archived: Zenodo will preserve the material permanently
If you would like the slides of your talk or your poster to be included in the Zenodo proceedings, please send us a pdf version of your presentation by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday October 19.
For the Zenodo indexing and abstract we will by default use the title and abstract which are included in our Abstract Booklet, but if you would like to change this you may include a new title and abstract in the e-mail with the pdf.
All presentations sent to us will be uploaded to Zenodo under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC-BY) which allows re-distribution and re-use of a licensed work on the condition that the creator is appropriately credited. It will also be indexed in the ADS (Astrophysics Data System) and is intended to be available permanently, so only final versions which are suitable for public distribution should be uploaded.