How to Contribute in General
The sources and data for this webpage are available on GitHub. It uses Gatsby for static site rendering and is hosted via GitHub Pages.
Everyone is very welcome to contribute:
- Maintain paper references, e.g. adding, updating and labeling references (see
papers/directory and syntax below)
- Add and edit further material. This page is generated from the Markdown file
src/markdown-pages/material.mdand is thus easy to modify.
- Improve layout or design, add new features.
Most contributions can be done via Pull Requests directly in the repository. For more involved suggestions or discussions, feel free to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Adding and Editing Paper References
Paper entries are based on YAML files, which are located in the directory
As an example, this is the data file for the caching paper by Lykouris and Vassilvitskii (
title: Competitive Caching with Machine Learned Advice authors: Lykouris, Vassilvitskii publications: - name: ICML year: 2018 url: http://proceedings.mlr.press/v80/lykouris18a/lykouris18a.pdf - name: arXiv year: 2018 month: 1 # optional day: 4 # optional url: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1802.05399.pdf - name: J. ACM year: 2021 url: https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3447579 labels: - online - caching/paging
If you want to add or change the entry of a paper, you can either add/edit the file via a Pull Request or send us the file via e-mail. In case you want to add a paper, please try to find a unique filename (as in the example above; but there are no strict conventions).
Automated Publication Fetching
It is also possible to only add the title and labels of a paper:
title: Competitive Caching with Machine Learned Advice labels: - online - caching/paging
We use an automated procedure to fetch the authors last names and all publications which have an (almost) matching title from DBLP and arXiv. In this example, all three publications of this paper can be added automatically.
You can start a local development instance of this webpage as follows:
First, clone this repository and install dependencies via a node package manager, e.g. yarn:
Then, install the gatsby command line interface
yarn global add gatsby-cli
and finally run