All contributions to ADASS 2021 have been assigned a unique identifier in the form XT-NNN, where:
- X is X for posters, O for talks, I for invited talks, B for BoFs, H for special talks (e.g. the software prize talk) and D for focus demos.
- T is the theme number (0 to 9). Contributions that specified more than one theme were assigned a core theme
- NNN is just a running three-digit number.
NB: please check that your name is given correctly, as this is how it will appear in the conference program. If you would like to change it, please adjust the “Name” field on your pretalx profile ASAP!
|Solutions for workflow management and reproducibility||0|
|Understanding and improving machine learning||1|
|Modernizing and maintaining telescopes||2|
|Building accessible and friendly user interfaces||3|
|FAIR standards for astronomical data||4|
|Teaching resources for Astroinformatics and Virtual Observatory||5|
|Image processing for the public and scientists||6|
|Big data: 5Vs||7|
|Citizen science in astronomy||8|
NB: please use SFTP as per the below! Regular FTP is not available.
We have set up an SFTP site for authors to upload videos and PDFs of their contributions. The SFTP server is available as
ftp.adass2021.ac.za. The username is just your PID, and the password is
ADASSXXXI_PID (insert PID).
We suggest using an FTP client like FileZilla that supports the Secure FTP protocol (ensure to specify port 22). Alternatively, use the
sftp utility from your Linux / Mac shell or Windows PowerShell prompt. Connections details are specified below. Please note that you cannot ssh into this machine.
Where to upload
All contributions to ADASS 2021 have been assigned a unique identifier (PID), see above. You will log in using this PID to the SFTP server using the following connection details:
<Your PID here>
ADASSXXXI_<your PID here>
Should you input the incorrect details here multiple times your IP will be rejected by the server (you will get a connection refused error) for half an hour. You may retry after this period has lapsed.
Once logged in you will be in a folder called
upload under your assigned PID. Please upload your files to this folder directly, and not the root folder.
What to upload & naming conventions
See Instructions for authors for details of materials to be uploaded. You can upload three different types of files to your SFTP folder.
- Your slides (for contributed talks) or poster in .pdf format, with filename
- A video of your talk (25m invited / 12m contributed) or poster lightning talk (1m) in .mp4 format, with filename
- Eventually, the proceedings package for your paper in .tar or .tar.gz format, with filename
Notes on overwriting files
As a (simple) security measure our SFTP site does not allow overwriting or downloading (get) files. If authors wanted to upload a new version of their files, they should specify a new version number in the file name. For instance, the first version of poster P9-999 could be P9-999.pdf; the next version after that could be P9-999_v2.pdf etc. Attempting to upload a new file with the same name would result in an error.
!!! Be warned that the get FTP command will return a zero-length file that may overwrite local contents, depending on how it is issued. We ask that you avoid using this from your prompt! !!!
Please follow these naming conventions very strictly. This file nomenclature will be used to automatically create the links in conference contributions lists or scheduling programs, as well as to process your paper contribution. If your files do not follow this nomenclature, they will not be reachable via the conference program, and your paper may end up missing the proceedings.
Here is an example upload session using the sftp utility:
$ sftp O0firstname.lastname@example.org
O0email@example.com's password: # enter "ADASSXXXI_O0-009"
Connected to ftp.adass2021.ac.za.
O0-009.pdf to /upload/
O0-009.pdf"): Permission denied # oops: we have already uploaded, can't overwrite!
sftp> put O0-009.pdf O0-009_v1.pdf # uploading under new version name
Uploading O0-009.pdf to /upload/O0-009_v1.pdf
O0-009.pdf 100% 200KB 2.3MB/s 00:00
When to upload
Authors are encouraged to upload their files to their PID directories at their earlier convenience. Deadlines can be found in the Instructions for authors page.