ICFP 2022 is organized as an in-person event. The talks schedules and social events will follow a schedule appropriate for the local time zone (Central European). Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend in person.
However, since we live in uncertain times, and because not everyone will be able to attend, we also offer virtual participation. All the talks from ICFP and all the colocated workshops will be streamed on-line in real time. On-line participants will be able to use a platform that will provide chat and virtual meetings.
If none of the authors of an accepted paper or a talk can attend in person, at least one of them should participate on-line. In such cases, the talk will be prerecorded and played during the meeting. The author should be present on-line in order to answer questions after the talk. To ensure good quality and to avoid last-minute technical problems, we will not support live virtual talks.
There are various tools available to record your talk, the easiest way is to use Zoom.
- Start a meeting
- Share your screen and enable your webcam and microphone
- Start recording your meeting locally and start your talk.
- After your talk, stop recording.
You can use tools like iMovie or ActivePresenter to edit your recording. After editing, save the video file in MP4 file format. Please make sure the audio quality of the recording is good with minimal background noise and upload it to google drive for sharing with the conference organizers.
- Make sure the video length does not exceed the allowed time limit. We will not be able to use it otherwise.
- Name the video file using the following scheme: <event_name>-<first_author>-<paper_name>.mp4 eg. ICFP-Bauer-FixedPointTheorems.mp4
- Upload your video on google drive.
- Email the video link to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and the chair of your event/workshop with an explicit consent stating that you agree the talk video to be used in the conference and be uploaded on the SIGPLAN YouTube channel.
- You should receive an email from the organizers as an acknowledgment.