but it also says under "considerations for video submissions": "... if you would like to be considered for a virtual presentation". Does this mean the video is not necessary if your intention is to submit a paper only?
Yes, you've been reading papers, but they are almost all associated with a Global Forum in-person presentation - typically with an associated powerpoint deck. Except for Hand-on-Workshops, where we could sit in a computer lab and get guidance through an organized set of exercises. (Hmm, will there be a analog to HoW's at SGF 2021?).
Presumably video presentations will fill exactly the role that in-person presentations had in prior SGF's.
if my submission was accepted, i would definitely have the chance to draft and publish a paper as part of the proceedings on the website? it's a little odd because this isn't mentioned anywhere, but to me it's the crucial thing because anyone who misses the talk can view the paper - i read papers on the lexjansen website that are many years old from past global forums. thanks
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