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A basic symposium registration and management system written for the Web2Py framework. This system allows participants to submit papers to an upcoming symposium and the symposium manager to review, approve, and schedule the paper's presentation.
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Features ======== * User Accounts * Email Verification * Profiles * Symposium Management * Registration period * Event Date * Papers registered to each symposium * Scheduling Agenda * Papers * Authors * Mentors * Title * Description * File * Review Process Installation ============ Download a copy of the symposium registration system and paste into the application directory of web2py. Navigate to the site in your browser and create an account. The first account will be given full admin and reviewer rights. The site will be bare as you will need to add a symposium as well as edit some of the pages using the wiki plugin supplied in the admin panel. Workflow ======== * Admin creates symposium * Users create account * Users submit a paper (3 steps) * Fill out the paper submission form (press save and continue) * Register any author and mentor that does not have an account * Click Submit for approval * An admin with review permissions needs to review the paper and either accept or return it for further revision * Once the paper has been approved, it will be posted live on the public website * Scheduling * To Schedule, simply open the schedule manager and drag papers to the correct place. * To add/remove/rename rooms, edit the symposium settings. Rooms may be safely added and renamed, column order is preserved. Papers are locked to the column and not the room itself. So if you remove or rename a room, the papers will say in the column. If a paper is scheduled in the last room and then the room was removed the paper will default to the unscheduled state until rescheduled or a new room is added.