Submission Information and Requirements for Workshop Papers
Workshop papers for WWW2007 must be submitted via the EasyChair system using http://www.easychair.org/WWW2007Workshops.
Accepted workshop papers will appear on the WWW2007 conference CD, and will also be accessible to the general public via http://www2007.org.
Workshop papers must be submitted as PDF documents. No other format will be accepted. It is the responsibility of all authors to produce PDF documents that can be read and printed on any platform. Please check to ensure that you can produce PDF documents well before the submission deadline.
Length requirements and submission deadlines vary by workshop. Please consult each workshop Call for Submissions for details. If no page limit is given in the workshop call, a maximum of 10 pages is allowed.
Workshop papers can be prepared using either LaTeX or Microsoft Word, although using LaTeX is recommended. (Other document preparation systems can be used, but are not recommended and no assistance will be provided in the case of problems. Authors using other document preparation systems are responsible for producing output completely equivalent to that produced using one of the methods below.) If using LaTex or Microsoft Word, the following style files must be used for submission of workshop papers:
- Microsoft Word:
These are modified versions of the ACM proceedings style files. More information on the style files can be found at:
Information on ACM categories, subject descriptors, and general terms is at:
Notes for LaTeX users:
- To ensure your submission is formatted for Letter paper use "dvipdf -t letter" (or equivalent).
- All authors should be listed on the front page. For instructions for more than 3 authors, see http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/sigfaq.htm#a18
- Recent versions of MiKTeX may not work with the WWW2007 styles due to a font problem in MiKTeX. More information on this problem is available at http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/sigfaq.htm#a22.
Notes for Microsoft Word users:
- Converting from Microsoft Word format to PDF depends on which version of Word and which other software you have on your system.
- One possible way to produce PDF from Microsoft Word is to use OpenOffice. (You could even use OpenOffice for the entire paper production process.) You will have to download and install a recent version of OpenOffice. OpenOffice is available at http://openoffice.org.
Inquiries about the submission process can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any inquiries should be sent well before the submission deadline.