Time-line for run 1 publications for EPS 2015

The top group is focusing on publishing our Run1 data results, and is thus not supporting conference notes. The time-line below is given as an indication to analysers of the approval schedule in order to have preliminary plots approved after the public reading. A minimum of 1 extra week is usually needed for final sign-off and journal submission.

As a reminder: we cannot release preliminary plots for analyses who already have CONF notes on the same dataset. Those analyses will thus need to take into account a minimum of 1 week extra for final sign-off and journal submission.

  • 18 May week: Last minute pre-approval in subgroup (warning: TopLHCWG meeting on 20-21st, plan accordingly!)
    • ~2 weeks to address comments + finalise INT note
  • 29 May: Distribution of supporting documentation for Top group approval (need to warn top conveners of intent to come for approval 2 days earlier: i.e. 27th May)
    • Min. 3 working days before top approval
  • 3 June: last realistic date for Top group approval. Assuming paper draft already in good shape and iterated with EB
    • ~2 weeks to address comments and get paper draft out
  • 18 June: Distribution of first paper draft to ATLAS
    • 1 week circulation assuming short paper [exact calculation needs to use PubComm formula]
  • 26 June: Open presentation
    • ~2 weeks to address comments and get draft 2 out
  • 9 July: Distribution of second draft to ATLAS
    • 1 week circulation
  • 17 July: Last day for public reading
    • 3 working days to address plot comments from draft 2 and public reading
    • assuming no journal submission but plot conversion after public reading
  • Thursday 23rd July: EPS starts

-- MarkOwen - 2015-03-19

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