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  • wiml
  • May 7, 2016

Is there a code of conduct?

Yes. WiML requires all participants and reviewers to abide by our code of conduct.

Is WiML an archival venue?

No, WiML is a non-archival venue. This means that, if your contribution is accepted, we will not be asking you to submit a camera-ready version of it, nor will we publish it anywhere (neither online nor in proceedings of any sort). We will only make the title and authors’ names available in the program book.

How can I get more information on workshop logistics?

Check out the logistics page!

I want to support WiML by providing sponsorship / recruiting at the workshop. Who should I talk to?

Thank you for your support! Please contact us.

How can I join the WiML network?

Join our Google Group.

When and where do I submit my abstract?

Please see the call for participation.

I have a question that's not answered here. How do I reach you?

Is press allowed at the workshop?

Our policy is that accredited press can attend, but need to be identified (e.g., tagged or via their displayed user name) and can report on background only, unless with explicit consent of the presenter. We reserve the right to deny entry at our discretion. In the case of roundtables / mentorship sessions, due to the possibly sensitive nature of the discussions, press is not allowed.

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