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New Layout: Feb. 20, 2014

feedback by EG2014 chairs Feb. 02, 2014:

Submission page: done

  • be able to show _all_ submission on one page (not just up to 100)
  • previous/next button should be at top and bottom
  • sort submission according to the different fields: ID, reviewing status, average score, etc.
  • show more fields: number of tertiary reviewers, number of completed reviews, average score -> currentReviewStatus
  • for chairs: show the senior recommendation / final recommendation on this page

paper sort:

  • allow chairs to change IPCs selection (with a new "chair selected" category)


  • senior recommendation -> put in more prominent place done: see currentReviewStatus

paper page:

  • add/remove reviewer, why on top and not (also) below? done: see navigation left
  • 'mayor revisions' -> 'major revisions' done
  • EMails to IPC: also send a (single) copy to chairs.

requests of EG2014 chairs before Dec. 10, 2013: done

  • ordering of authors can easily be changed by clicking on up or down
  • IPC members can choose in their profile whether or not they want to get automatically created emails
  • invitation emails to reviewers – which are always sent from the SRM event email address – are now augmented with the email address of the person making the invitation
  • special email address for the chair of each event: this email address works as sender address in “send Email to IPC”, “send Email to Reviewer”, “send Email to Authors”
  • IPC specific links (to bidding and reviewing) not only on the home/ entry page, but also on the event site, so that they are easier to reach
  • interface to the bidding has been improved: expanding of abstracts and sorting by “want to review”, “could review”, “not competent”
  • “remove reviewer” link added at the top of the page as well next to the reviewer entry
  • “show my review” link for double checking and archiving instead of using the “edit review” function
  • text areas are displayed with the formatting in which they are inserted
  • hiding of the reviewer ID from authors
  • authentication cookies (two days valid) and session keys for forms (one day valid) prevent users from being kicked off and from losing their uncompleted review