Get this Jekyll theme here.
Hi there! Here’s the lazy grad student’s template for workshop webpages. I put this together to help automate mundane tasks with conventional workshop webpages - curating lists of speakers and/or organizers, schedules, and submitted/accepted papers. Here’s a completely unrelated picture adapted from “Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence” by
mikemacmarketing; licensed under CC BY 2.0:
The theme is quite easy to use if you’re familiar with Jekyll. The following collections are implemented:
- Speakers: Curate a speaker list like this one from a set of markdown files, one per speaker. Crops and displays images if available. Adds a short bio. See files in the
_speakersdirectory for examples.
- Organizers: Curate an organizer list from a set of markdown files, one per organizer. See files in the
_organizersdirectory for examples.
- Schedule: Curate a schedule like this from a set of markdown files, one per event (talk, panel, break, etc.). See files in the
_scheduledirectory for examples. Schedule items are sorted by a
- Papers: Curate a list of papers like this from a bunch of markdown files, one per paper. See files in the
_papersdirectory for examples. Papers are sorted by a
sequence_idattribute if specifed (else they are listed alphabetically).
NOTE: The best way to use these is to turn feature on or off by editing the
If you experience issues or have cool features to add, feel free to fork this template.