CEUR Make GUI - A Usable Web Frontend Supporting the Workflow of Publishing Proceedings of Scientific Workshops

@inproceedings{Asmat2017CEURMG,
  title={CEUR Make GUI - A Usable Web Frontend Supporting the Workflow of Publishing Proceedings of Scientific Workshops},
  author={Muhammad Rohan Ali Asmat and Christoph Lange},
  booktitle={ADBIS},
  year={2017}
}
CEUR-WS.org is a widely used open access repository for computer science workshop proceedings. To publish a proceedings volume there, workshop organisers have to follow a complex, error-prone workflow, which mainly involves the creation and submission of an HTML table of contents. With ceur-make we had previously provided a command-line tool for partially automating this workflow. However, in a recent usability evaluation we confirmed that the tool is difficult to learn, highly dependent on… 

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