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Acronym *: Acronym of the event such as "ESWC 2009", if same event name exists, this event will be taken as series with existing one.
Title: Full title of the given event, e.g. "5th European Semantic Web Conference"
Series: Abbreviation of event series, in case the event belongs to a continuing series
Type *:
Select type of the event or create a new type.
Field *: Primary scientific field of the event (additional ones can be added with '[[Category:some Scientific Field]]' to the article text, or use ", " separate them here)
Superevent: Reference to a super event, in case the event is part of another event
Start date *: Start date of the event.
End date *: End date of the event.
Homepage: URL of the homepage
Twitter account: twitter account handle, e.g. @EKAWConf2014
Logo: Upload file
City:
State:
Country:
Submission deadline *: general deadline for (most relevant kinds of) submissions
Abstract deadline: deadline for abstract submissions (usually for papers that are to be submitted later)
Paper deadline: deadline for submitting papers, a special kind of submission deadline; read the note below
Poster deadline:
Demo deadline:
Workshop deadline: deadline for submitting workshops proposals
Tutorial deadline: deadline for submitting tutorial proposals
Notification: date of acceptance notifications
Camera ready: deadline for submitting the camera ready
Submission page: Page for submissions (e.g. on Easychair)

A note on the various deadlines: In general, you only need some deadlines. The submission deadline should represent the single most important deadline for an event. If there is a paper deadline, it automatically counts as a submission deadline as well. The other kinds of deadlines are just relevant for events that accept many forms of contribution (e.g. papers and demos). If an event has just one type of submission (e.g. a developer's event might only accept demos) then use submission deadline since it is the main deadline and it is clear what kind of submissions are meant.

Organizers:
General Chairs: general chair
PC Chairs: program chair
Workshop Chairs:
Panel Chairs:
Tutorial Chairs:
Demonstration Chairs: demo chair
PC members: Program Committee Members
Keynote speakers:
Attendance fee currency:
one of €, $ or input another currency
Regular attendance fee (on site): regular fee for attending the event
Regular attendance fee (early bird): early bird fee for attending the event
Student attendance fee (on site): regular student fee for attending the event
Student attendance fee (early bird): early bird student fee for attending the event
Attendance fee reduced (on site): reduced fee for attending the event (e.g. for students)
Attendance fee reduced (early bird): reduced fee for attending the event (e.g. for students)
Registration page: URL of the registration page
Submitted papers: number of submitted papers
Accepted papers: number of accepted papers
Accepted short papers: Number of accepted short papers
Proceedings link: Link to the proceedings
Proceedings DOI: DOI of the proceedings
Proceedings Bibliography: Link to the proceedings bibliography (e.g. on DBLP) and without http://
Attendees: Number of conference attendees
Tracks: Number of conference tracks

Event description:

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