Is there any particular committer who likes to update papers page?
Our groups writes a lot of papers and so we are constantly tracking the literature There are lot of Accumulo papers that aren't on this page. I think one of the strengths of Accumulo is that its capabilities are significant enough that one can generate high quality peer-reviewed papers. On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 12:49:00PM -0700, Billie Rinaldi wrote:
If you send me a list of links to papers I would be happy to put them up. Also, if you (and anyone else) have a model that you like for organizing that page send me a link and we can work on that too. Given the amount of content that's out there now it probably makes sense to spend some more time organizing our site's links.
I just pushed your HPEC 2014 paper and some links to the AccumuloSummit slides.
On Sun, Jul 13, 2014 at 11:44 AM, Jeremy Kepner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi Adam, Thanks. I think as categories fill up in the main page you could break them out into separate pages that appear in the Documents drop down menu on the main page. It would be good to add a category called "Competitive Peer Reviewed Papers". To the best of my knowledge, the papers that should appear in that category are:
Looks good. While you are updating the web page, can we put a link on the left menu to our own blog? From: "Adam Fuchs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 21, 2014 11:22:29 AM Subject: Re: web master?
The "showing x of y" div and pagination div are also not aligned with each other. You can probably fix that easily by float:left'ing the "showing x of y" div. (the pagination div already has float:right)
You might have to add a CSS class to the data tables invocation so you can do that, IIRC.
For the pagination text, is it supposed to actually be "buttons" there? Looking at the datatables site, they have nice, spread out buttons. Maybe you just missed an extra CSS file?