SciPy2013 Talks and Posters
Instructions for Inclusion
Here are the steps to include your presentation or poster in this repository (tutorials folks can skip steps 2 and 3, go straight to your prepped directory):
Fork the scipy2013_talks repository on GitHub.
An example talk is provided in
talks/jane_doeand an example poster is provided in
posters/jane_doe. Create a new directory in either the talks or posters directory. Call it
Copy the contents of the example directory into it.
Edit the readme.md in your directory to include the title, co-authors, date, time, your abstract, and any other information that might be archivally useful.
Fill the directory with your actual presentation materials. If all of your material is already online, just include a link in the readme.
Once you are ready to submit your materials, file a pull request on GitHub.
Please do not modify any files outside of your talk or poster directory.
Pull requests submitted soon are more likely to be included.
License conditions on images and figures must be respected (Creative Commons, etc.).
Any format is okay (html, pdf, ipynb), but we'd like to keep the total size under GitHub's suggested 5GB limit, so please only include files of a reasonable size.