CLICdp Publication Committee (PubCom)

PubCom is responsible for implementing policy with regards to all types of publications from CLICdp.

Details concerning this committee, the different types of publications, as well as the publication rules are given Annex 4 of the MoC.

If you have any questions, please contact us using clicdp-pubcom@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch (remove NOSPAM)

Drafts

List of CLICdp draft notes for review by Collaboration

After the deadline is passed and all comments have been implemented, drafts are marked as finished in this table.

Please assign a CLICdp-Draft number, next in sequence, when you add a new document to this table, for use in circulating to the Collaboration/entering in CDS.

This Twikisheet works behaves like googledocs, click in a cell and edit directly from the web page.

Hints and Tips

This section contains some helpful hints concerning CLICdp notes, proceedings, journal publications and presentations.

General hints and tips

  • It is suggested that you follow the guidelines of CERN's Scientific Text Processing Service
  • Please also take a look at the English language style guide from the CERN translation/minutes service
  • You are encouraged to use the CLICdp ROOT template for your plots (in particular for public notes and publications)

I'm giving a talk at a conference/workshop, what do I do?

  • Make sure the Speakers Committee has your talk and abstract listed on the TWiki
  • Label your plots appropriately (work in progress, preliminary, CLICdp)
  • If appropriate, your talk should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration"
  • You are encouraged to use the CLIC logo on your slides
  • You are expected to make slides available for comments two days before the talk will be given
  • The Speakers Committee may organise a rehearsal for your talk

I'm making a poster for a conference/workshop, what do I do?

  • Make sure the Speakers Committee has your poster listed on the TWiki
  • If appropriate, your poster should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration"
  • You are encouraged to use the CLIC logo on your poster
  • Your poster should contain the name and date of the conference at which it was presented

I'm writing proceedings for a conference talk I gave, what do I do?

General remarks

  • Make sure you allow enough time for the review process (see below)
  • If possible inform PubCom well before the expected draft submission date and the conference deadline
  • It is the responsibility of the author to inform the publications committee about the intended submission to a non-open access journal
  • Write the proceedings using the template provided by the conference organisers
  • If appropriate, your proceedings should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration".
    • The statement "This work was carried out in the framework of the CLICdp collaboration." should be removed in such a case.
  • Make sure the figures are marked "CLICdp"
  • Create a CLICdp front page using the template available in gitlab
  • Submit the document (including front page) to PubCom - you will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Your proceedings will be added to CDS and circulated for collaboration review on CDS for seven days
  • Submit the final copy to both PubCom and to the conference organisers
  • If the conference has a review process, please submit the final version to PubCom
  • You are encouraged to upload the final version of your proceedings to the arXiv (check conference permission)

Detailed information

  • You will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Notify PubCom when you have implemented the suggested changes
  • PubCom will then provide you with a draft number (CLICdp-Draft-2018-xxx) that you add to the CLICdp front page
  • Your proceedings will be opened for collaboration review on CDS for 7 days - you can see the deadline, etc. on this twiki page
  • Please add line numbers for the review process!
  • After you have implemented the comments, notify PubCom to receive the final number for your proceedings (CLICdp-Conf-2018-xxx)
  • Submit the final copy to PubCom (incl. updated CLICdp front page) as well as to the conference organisers (excl. CLICdp front page)
  • Donít forget to remove the line numbers at this stage
  • If you have problems with uploading your contribution to arXiv, see here for some hints concerning new TeX Live version.
    • If you are using Overleaf, there is a direct "submit to arXiv" feature

I'm writing a CLICdp note, what do I do?

General remarks

  • Make sure you allow enough time for the review process (see below)
  • Write the note using the CLICdp LaTeX template available in gitlab
  • This document contains many helpful examples and guidelines
  • Submit the document to PubCom - you will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Your note will be opened for collaboration review on CDS for two weeks
  • Submit the final copy to PubCom
  • You are encouraged to upload the final version of your note to the arXiv in which case you should include the follwing sentence on the title page: "This work was carried out in the framework of the CLICdp collaboration."

Detailed information

  • You will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Notify PubCom when you have implemented the suggested changes
  • PubCom will then provide you with a draft number (CLICdp-Draft-2018-xxx) that you add to the front page of the template
  • Your note will be opened for collaboration review on CDS for two weeks
  • Please add line numbers for the review process!
  • After you have implemented the comments, notify PubCom to receive the final number for your note (CLICdp-Note-2018-xxx)
  • Submit the final copy to PubCom
  • Donít forget to remove the line numbers at this stage
  • If you have problems with uploading your contribution to arXiv, see here for some hints concerning new TeX Live version
  • Additional information on writing CLICdp notes

-- LarsRickardStrom - 2017-03-09

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