"organizers" stands for people listed in the general chair, the program chair, and the executive committee members.
"attendees" stands for people who participate in the conference.
The attendees will be invited to the workspace on the 31st of May. The workspace will be available until the 18th of June. After then, your access permission will be expired and you will not able to log in anymore.
If you have never used Slack, please check the following instructions:
Please set your display name appropriately, e.g. showing your full name with affiliation.
Any inappropriate conversations, such as regarded as harassment, racism, etc., are strongly prohibited. If you find such messages, please report them to the organizers.
The organizers will not be active from 9:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. (JST).
If you have further questions, please post it #contact channel in the Slack, or send an email to email@example.com.
All attendees should be assigned to the following general-purpose channels.
#anouncement: Channel for general announcements. Only organizers can post messages, but all attendees can put comments on the thread associated with the original post.
#breakroom: Channel for free chatting. All attendees can make any conversations unless they violate the code-of-conduct.
#contact: Channel for asking questions or sending reports to organizers.
Information about the sessions should be provided in the following channels.
#session-special-talks: Channels for special talks: keynote, plenary, and invited presentations.
#session-dars-xxx: Channels for DARS sessions. These channels will not be either visible or accessible for attendees registered as "SWARM only".
#session-swarm-xxx: Channels for SWARM sessions. All attendees can access it.
When the attendees want to ask questions or make comments to the presenter for discussion, they can reply to the presenter’s video by using a "thread" as shown in the URL below. The presenter can discuss in the "thread" by replying to the questioner or commenter.