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Dimitri Van De Ville



Joined: 26 Nov 2002
Posts: 38
Location: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2003 9:25 am    
Subject: Your submission to the Wavelet Digest
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Summary: New features to submit your contribution to the Wavelet Digest

Dear Wavelet Digest contributor,

The Wavelet Digest relies on the contributions of its readers. The new WEB-interface allows an easy submission procedure with new features such as Symbols and HTML.
There are mainly two ways to submit your contribution to the Wavelet Digest.

New submissions
Click on the New submission link of the navigation bar on top of each page. Enter all the requested information. You are encouraged to prepare your submission (ASCII or HTML) in your favorite text editor before, and transfer it using copy-paste into the relevant fields. Please also review your submission by using the Preview button since you will not be able to edit your contribution after submission. The Submit button finalizes your submission. In case of a submission of the type "Meeting" or "Call for Papers (CFP)", you can use the Submit and link to calendar button to propose a new record for the Calendar of Events. Kindly notice that the editor-in-chief will review all submissions before any material is published online (also for the calendar).

The complete editorial policy and information about HTML submissions can be found here.

Answers to previous submissions
Navigate to the item you want to reply to. Then click the button Digest reply. You will now automatically open a new submission which contains a link to the original item. This will allow the reader later on to easily navigate to the topic on which you reply.

Thank you for your contribution!

Best regards,
Dimitri Van De Ville
Technical Editor
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