We do not track how users move or use our website. The website is hosted
by GitHub Pages
(their privacy statement).
We do not store any website cookies and do not use any social media cross-site trackers.
We will provide a link to a wish-list in a site hosted at
GWDG. There is no
tracking of users there, however, unless you are registered and logged in at
(their privacy statement, only available in German).
We store the contact data of authors and co-authors. And the contact
information of the presenting authors will be made public on GitHub and on
this website (this is, however, also stated separately in the Indico
Each presentation will get a dedicated site on our webpage including the abstract and
the contact details of the corresponding author. If the author requests to be
removed, the event page and all associated commits will be removed.
For published recordings which are assigned a DOI we can modify/remove the author metadata,
but we cannot remove the abstract or the DOI.
We use a Google form to submit to the topic bazaar, but this is also stated
Participants register using a Google form for events.
By registering you give consent to store your contact information.
We keep this information (participation details) until one mongth after each event.
We only store data that you have provided us via the registration form,
no derivatives based on Google Search, LinkedIn, Facebook, ORCID, etc.
Participation in an event
We do not store participants’ data or contact information (besides everything
that Zoom collects and stores).
The main Zoom room will be recorded during an event. You can avoid appearing on this
video by turning off your camera and by muting yourself during the event.
Videos of participants during a webinar will not be
recorded, unless you are the presenter. The audio will always be recorded.
We do not record the Zoom chat during an event. So one way to avoid being
recorded is to not use audio and video, but use the chat instead.