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Talk page cannot specify co-authors #673

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ivlis opened this Issue Sep 5, 2018 · 4 comments

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ivlis commented Sep 5, 2018

It would be nice if one can add co-authors onto talk's page. It depends on the field, but in my field we usually enlist all contributors to a presentation, not only the speaker.

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Bertbk Sep 6, 2018

The template can also be used for, for example, a seminar, where the authors are not always the same, so this would be useful. If more people are interested in this option, I can propose a PR.

Bertbk commented Sep 6, 2018

The template can also be used for, for example, a seminar, where the authors are not always the same, so this would be useful. If more people are interested in this option, I can propose a PR.

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Talk authors can be specified in the same way as publication authors, it's just undocumented since it's less popular. You can add something like the following to talk front matter:

authors = ["Dave", "Bob"]

I'm just pushing an update that will enable the ability to format/link authors in talks using markdown, e.g. authors = ["**Dave**", "[Bob](http://bobs-website)"].

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gcushen commented Sep 6, 2018

Talk authors can be specified in the same way as publication authors, it's just undocumented since it's less popular. You can add something like the following to talk front matter:

authors = ["Dave", "Bob"]

I'm just pushing an update that will enable the ability to format/link authors in talks using markdown, e.g. authors = ["**Dave**", "[Bob](http://bobs-website)"].

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ivlis Sep 7, 2018

Wonderful, thanks!

ivlis commented Sep 7, 2018

Wonderful, thanks!

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Bertbk Sep 8, 2018

That's great, thanks! The authors do however not appear in the homepage talk widget. Do you think it would be relevant to add the following code in layout/partials/talk_li_simple.html?

<div class="talk-metadata">
  {{ with .Params.authors }}
    {{- delimit . ", " | markdownify -}}
  {{- end -}}
</div>

edit: path of file was wrong

Bertbk commented Sep 8, 2018

That's great, thanks! The authors do however not appear in the homepage talk widget. Do you think it would be relevant to add the following code in layout/partials/talk_li_simple.html?

<div class="talk-metadata">
  {{ with .Params.authors }}
    {{- delimit . ", " | markdownify -}}
  {{- end -}}
</div>

edit: path of file was wrong

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