Re: Accounts created (was: Re: [jox] Plone)
- From: Mathieu ONeil <mathieu.oneil anu.edu.au>
- Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2010 22:19:47 +0200
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Hi Stefan, all
Thanks for setting this up.
I have entered a submission in the indicated part of website - more of an activist text so not realy ripe for formal review. I think what is needed is critique and comments though. The more I think about it the more I believe that responses, dialogue between authors, joint statements etc are what we can contribute to the peer production discussion, on top of peer reviewed papers natch!
I think it could be good practice to let everyone on this list know whenever people post a substantive paper / comment on the website? What do others think?
Well, you can start creating pages which are not visible to anyone.
Just make sure that they are kept "private" (i.e. don't "publish"
I'll set up accounts for every mail address on this list
weekend and put these accounts into a certain role so the "private"
page can be made visible to this role and - voila - we have a
restricted space available only to members here.
I now created an account for everyone who is currently
this list besides two persons I don't know the names of (kostakis.b
and sanjay.sharma11 both at GMail).
I think Kostakis is responsible for a site which does translations of P2P foundation texts into Greek. So he is not a reviewer per se but he is known by us so no harm in setting up an account for him, I guess.
@Michel, can you confirm this?
All of you should have got an e-mail containing a link to the CSPP
site. You have to follow the link within seven days and enter a
password to complete the account creation. You can then login
account. Lookup your name in the table below to find your account
name. I generally used the first initial and the family name for
I put all of you in the group "Reviewers".
After you logged in you should see the entry `Scientific Committee`_
in the horizontal top level navigation bar close to the top.
This is a
folder which is accessible by the group "Reviewers". Thus you should
be able to enter this folder at
.. _Scientific Committee: http://cspp.oekonux.org/scientific-committee
I added a folder `Latest Submissions`_. For our trial process the
first step would be to create a *page* there for each
the "add new..." menu and select "page". Just make sure you don't
change the "state".
.. _Latest Submissions: http://cspp.oekonux.org/scientific-
There is also the topic of receiving notification for changes. I'm
looking into a possibility to automatically subscribe a group to all
changes in a certain sub-tree but have not figured out
to do this. If you don't want to wait you can subscribe yourself by
using the "Mail subscription" portlet in the right panel. Make sure
that you subscribe "Scientific Committee" recursively so you get
notifications from the whole sub-tree.
Ah - I hope this makes sense to you and is not too much techno-babble.
If it doesn't make sense feel free to ask.
In short: no bugs so far...
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Dr Mathieu O'Neil
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Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute
College of Arts and Social Science
The Australian National University