[IPOL discuss] byebye workshops, hello preprints

Nicolas Limare nicolas.limare at cmla.ens-cachan.fr
Wed Feb 15 12:31:41 CET 2012


IPOL is moving towards standard journal workflow, format and
tools. This includes using a standard vocabulary.

The initial concept of "IPOL workshops" (a free space to try, update
and torture an algorithm) is now handled on dev.ipol.im. These
development demos are freely created, updated and used by IPOL users,
with or without being linked to an IPOL article.

What is remaining on www.ipol.im is articles submitted but not yet
accepted, ie papers in review, aka preprints. The IPOL website has been
updated to use this vocabulary instead of "workshops". Its short
description has been updated to:

  IPOL is a journal of image processing and image analysis. Each
  article contains a text describing an algorithm, a source code, an
  online execution facility, and an archive of all online
  experiments. The text, source code and demonstration are
  peer-reviewed. IPOL follows the Open Access and Reproducible
  Research models.
Nicolas LIMARE - CMLA - ENS Cachan    http://www.cmla.ens-cachan.fr/~limare/
IPOL - image processing on line                          http://www.ipol.im/
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